2D-ECHO - Surya Hospitals
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Surya Hospitals is determined to provide comprehensive 2D-ECHO (Two-Dimensional Echocardiography) services in the radiology department. We provide accurate and detailed 2D-ECHO imaging to measure heart function and diagnose cardiac problems using cutting-edge technology and a team of expert cardiologists and technologists.

What exactly is 2D-ECHO?

2D-ECHO, or Two-Dimensional Echocardiography, is a non-invasive imaging technology that employs ultrasound waves to provide detailed images of the anatomy and function of the heart. It allows our cardiologists to evaluate cardiac health and detect various heart diseases by providing real-time visualization of the heart’s chambers, valves, and blood flow patterns.

Advantages of 2D-ECHO:

Assessing Heart Function: 2D-ECHO offers detailed information about the structure, size, and function of the heart. It aids in determining the heart’s pumping efficiency and evaluating valves function, diagnosing anomalies, and assessing the thickness of the heart walls.
Diagnosis of Cardiac Problems: 2D-ECHO is useful in identifying a variety of cardiac problems, including heart valve illnesses, congenital heart defects, heart muscle abnormalities, and conditions affecting the lining of the heart (pericardium). It facilitates in the diagnosis of anomalies at an early stage, allowing for timely intervention and treatment.
Monitoring the Effectiveness of Cardiac Treatments: 2D-ECHO is used to assess the efficacy of cardiac treatments such as drugs, procedures, and interventions. It aids in assessing therapy response and guiding future management decisions.
Evaluating Structural Abnormalities: 2D-ECHO provides for a thorough examination of the heart’s structures, such as chambers, valves, and blood arteries. It aids in the identification of structural anomalies such as atrial or ventricular septal defects, valve stenosis or regurgitation, and abnormalities of the heart valves. 2D-ECHO is frequently performed as part of routine health screenings or pre-operative evaluations to measure heart function and identify any underlying problems or risk factors.

Our 2D-ECHO Services Include:

TTE (Transthoracic Echocardiography): The most common type of 2D-ECHO is TTE, which is conducted by putting an ultrasonic probe on the chest. It provides a thorough examination of the heart’s structure, function, and blood flow patterns.
Stress Echocardiography: Stress echocardiography evaluates heart function under an effort by combining 2D-ECHO with physical stress or medicine. It aids in the diagnosis of coronary artery disease and the assessment of exercise-induced changes in the heart.
TEE (Transesophageal Echocardiography): TEE is a procedure that includes putting a specialized probe via the oesophagus to produce high-resolution pictures of the heart’s components. It contains thorough information on the heart’s valves, chambers, and blood flow, especially in individuals with inadequate TTE imaging.

Patient Care and Comfort:

Our team of skilled cardiologists specializes in evaluating 2D-ECHO pictures and offering reliable diagnoses. They work in tandem with our radiology department to provide comprehensive cardiac care. To collect high-quality photos and offer precise measurements, we use cutting-edge 2D-ECHO equipment. Our cardiologists analyze 2D-ECHO results quickly and send detailed reports to your referring physician. This allows for faster diagnosis and treatment planning.

Make a 2D-ECHO Appointment:

To make a 2D-ECHO appointment, please contact our specialized staff and learn more about our services. We provide various scheduling options and attempt to meet your needs as soon as possible.

Surya Hospitals’ 2D-ECHO services are designed to deliver precise cardiac exams as well as complete care. We ensure that your 2D-ECHO experience is speedy, comfortable, and focused on your heart health.

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Our Specialists

Dr Najeebuddin Patel

MBBS, DMRD, DNB in Radiodiagnosis

Consultant- Radiology

Mon to Sat: 5.00 pm to 9.00 pm