What should be paid attention to in B-ultrasound examination

Time : 2022-12-01

Things to pay attention to in B-ultrasound examination are related to the location of B-ultrasound. For example, in abdominal B-ultrasound, you should pay attention to diet adjustment and keep an empty stomach; in urinary B-ultrasound, you should drink a lot of water to fill your bladder; Empty your bladder.

1. Abdominal B-ultrasound: One day before the abdominal B-ultrasound examination, the subject should avoid eating radish, beans and other gas-producing foods, so as to avoid gas in the abdominal cavity and interfere with the examination. Fasting is required during the examination, and strict fasting is required within 8 hours before the examination, so that the examination will not be disturbed by the contents of the gastrointestinal tract.

2. B-ultrasound of the urinary system: Before the B-ultrasound examination of the urinary system, the subject needs to drink a lot of water and hold back urine to fill the bladder so that the doctor can clearly observe the specific conditions of the examination site.

3. Vaginal B-ultrasound: Since vaginal ultrasound needs to insert the ultrasound probe into the vagina to check the condition of the uterus and its appendages, the examinee should avoid the menstrual period to avoid vaginal bleeding from interfering with the examination. If vaginitis, genital itching, leucorrhea increase, etc. occur, B-ultrasound examination should be performed after the lesions are cured. In addition, the subject needs to empty the bladder before the examination to prevent the full bladder from compressing the uterus and accessories and interfering with the examination.

4. Other preparations: You should wear loose clothes during the B-ultrasound examination so that the examination site can be fully exposed. Women should try to wear separate clothes and avoid wearing dresses and one-piece socks to avoid inconvenience. Consciously remove the ornaments from the inspected parts. During the examination, the medical staff may require the subject to adjust his body position or breathing, and the subject should actively cooperate with the action.

B-ultrasound has certain limitations, and the disease cannot be diagnosed by B-ultrasound alone. If the examination report indicates that the subject has suspected lesions, he should seek medical treatment as soon as possible, and cooperate with other examinations to further clarify the diagnosis; if the B-ultrasound results are normal, but the patient has clinical symptoms or other abnormal examination results, it is also necessary to seek medical treatment in time.

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