ARE YOU FREE TO EAT OR DRINK BEFORE THE EXAMS?
In the case of tests involving the biliary system and intestines, the fluid and gas content is disturbing, so you must come on an empty stomach, 6-7 hours of fasting is necessary, 3-4 hours of fasting is sufficient for children. So, in this case you should not eat! Pelvic examinations can be performed with a full bladder. The patient should drink non-carbonated soft drinks, water, tea, and not go to the toilet 1 hour before the examination. In other words, in this case, liquid consumption is directly recommended!
IS IT NECESSARY TO PRESENT THE OLD FINDINGS TO THE EXAMINING PHYSICIAN?
In addition to discussing the complaints, it is also very important to review the previous ultrasound examination results and laboratory findings before the examination, as the examining doctor can extract a lot of information from them.
I RECEIVED THE EXAMINATION RESULT, NOW HOW TO PROCEED?
If necessary, the examining doctor - in consultation with the patient - recommends additional imaging tests or sends the results back to the specialist. In all cases, this is brought to the patient's attention verbally, but it can also be found at the bottom of the report.
I'M GOING FOR A GENETIC ULTRASOUND; DO I NEED TO BRING A PENDRIVE WITH ME?
You do not need to bring any data carrier with you to the genetic ultrasound examination, because the recordings made during the examinations will be sent online to the e-mail address you provided after the examination.