Eco cardiography

Cardiac sonar imaging is one of the most accurate and suitable diagnostic methods for diagnosing heart diseases.
In this method, the sound waves are sent to the heart through the probe, and depending on the contents of the whole part of the heart, certain amounts of these waves are reflected and an image is created.
Echocardiography using the Doppler technique can also determine the speed of blood flow between the cavities of the heart and the large arteries. In this way, the shapes are drawn based on the difference in the acoustic reflection of the red blood cells that are in the probe and away from it.

Also, to improve the clarity of the image, the cardiac sonar device displays the blood flow in different colors, for example, the blood approaching the probe is shown in red and the blood moving away in blue.
Patients with congenital heart defects generally suffer from narrowing or dilation of the heart valves, or blood passing through inappropriate holes in the heart, all of which can be seen in the heart sonar scan.
Valve diseases that occur in adulthood, such as; Aortic valve stenosis or mitral valve insufficiency can also be checked by echocardiography.
This unit in Razavi Hospital, having advanced VV3 echocardiography devices, is able to perform color echocardiography, Doppler, tissue Doppler imaging and contract echoes for patients who need these services.
Valve diseases that appear and develop in adulthood, for example; Such as the narrowing of the al-Sharian al-Abhar or the insufficiency of the vald al-Taji, it is also possible to make evaluations and statements through the sonar of the heart.
This unit in Razavi Hospital, with its advanced equipment model VV3, is able to perform color ECG, and Doppler technology, and Doppler imaging of tissues, and contract ECG, and these services are available to patients who need them.