Doppler echocardiography

What is Doppler echocardiography?

Use of Doppler ultrasonography techniques to augment two-dimensional echocardiography by allowing velocities to be registered within the echocardiographic image.

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My son is 7 and he is a rather slender boy some can easily see his ribs. I can also see his heart beat through his ribs under his nipple . I first...

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Thanks for seeking guidance through HCM,
Visibility of the pulsating heart by naked eyes is common in skinny children.That should not...

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Hello. Our 6 3/4 month old baby boy: He sweats only while nursing. Other wise we haven't noticed any blueness anywhere, and he doesn't seem to get...

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Hi Dear.

Welcome to the Health care magic.

Things to be ruled out for sweating during feeds;

Most Important-- Nasal blockage--use saline drops...

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Based on the attached Echo test report, please confirm if you will suggest pacemaker implant to the patient or not?
Also please confirm why you...

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Brief Answer:
The echo is near normal , indication of pacemaker is not present inecho

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Hello XXXXXXX ,
I went through the report...

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Based on the attached Echo test report, please confirm if you will suggest pacemaker implant to the patient or not? Also please confirm why you...

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Hello. Our 6 3/4 month old baby boy: He sweats only while nursing. Other wise we haven't noticed any blueness anywhere, and he doesn't seem to get...

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My son is 7 and he is a rather slender boy some can easily see his ribs. I can also see his heart beat through his ribs under his nipple . I first...

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