Ultrasounds are most commonly associated with pregnancy, providing an image of the baby in utero that allows the doctor and parents to see the baby, hear its heartbeat, observe its vital signs, and monitor its development. This is often one of the most exciting moments in the pregnancy journey.
Ultrasound imaging is also used in a range of other services that support female health. It uses sound wave technology to create images of your soft tissues and internal organs, allowing your doctor to examine your ovaries, uterus, vagina, cervix, bladder, endometrium, and fallopian tubes. Our new Ultrasound System adopts the integrated solutions, combining high-quality 3D/4D imaging with advanced features to support the doctor’s accurate decision regarding diagnosis and further treatment.