B-Level Ultrasound

 

B-Level Ultrasound: When and how important it is

 

 

"When does the beta-level ultrasound?", "How long does the beta-level study take?", "Why is the beta-level ultrasound?" To these and all the questions that torture you about the topic "Ultrasound B- level, "the answers given by his gynecologist

CENTER OF EMBRYOMETRIC MEDICINE «ELEFTHO OE» BATAKIS HARALABOS EXPERIMENTATED IN EMBROYMETRIC MEDICAL AND PREGNANCY CONTROL

 

 

 

Mr. BATAKIS HARALABOS IS

CERTIFIED

 

AT THE EXERCISE OF EXTRAORDINARY CONTROL
LEVEL B

 

FROM GREECE: BY A DECISION OF THE CENTRAL HEALTH COUNCIL (KESY)

 

FROM FRANCE: THE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE SCHEME PARIS HOSPITALS
THE HOSPITAL “COHIN TARNIER LA ROCHEFOUCAULD”

 


FROM ITALY: THE PRENATAL CONTROL CENTER OF THE UNIVERSITY "SAPIENZA" OF ROME WITH A SCHOLARSHIP OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE

 

 

Ultrasound examination of the fetus has been the main way of monitoring pregnancy for several years now. This check is made for the complete survey of the fetus within the protected uterus environment. It refers to its anatomical dilatation of the growth rate of the fetus and if it corresponds to the pregnancy weeks in which the pregnant woman is present.

 

 

 

When does the beta-level ultrasound occur?

In pregnancy there are some "date ranges" that the pregnant woman needs to undergo specific examinations, ie examinations that take place at a particular stage of pregnancy and provide us with important information. Such a "STATION" is also the B-level ultrasound.
In this ultrasound check, the mother undergoes intercourse between the 21st and 25th weeks of pregnancy and aims to control the anatomy of the fetus

 

 

How is the beta level tested?

 

B-level ultrasound is done from the abdomen. However, it is advisable to do a vaginal ultrasound as this gives us reliable measurements of the length of the cervix. The length of the cervix is ​​a very useful indicator, which gives us data on the likelihood of premature birth. If this test finds an increased chance of premature labor, then we have the opportunity to intervene and minimize these chances.
B-Level Ultrasound is an extremely important test, which takes place between the 21st and 25th weeks of pregnancy, and gives us important information about the anatomy of the fetus.

How long does the B-level ultrasound last?

B-level ultrasound lasts from 30 minutes to 50 depending on the body of the pregnant woman. During the ultrasound, we check the organs of the fetus, which in that time look good. For example, we check the stomach, heart, bladder, kidneys, and the limbs as well as the brain. During this check, your baby's gender is clearly shown!

I will be happy to answer any of your questions

 

BATAKIS CHARALAMPOS
OBSTETRICIAN-GYNECOLOGIST
SPECIALIZED IN FETAL MEDICINE AND PRENATAL CONTROL
RESPONSIBLE IN THE DEPARTMENT OF FETAL MEDICINE OF ELEFTHO OE.

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