Vascular Ultrasonography

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Vascular Ultrasonography

Vascular ultrasonography uses sound waves to assess the body’s circulatory system, helping to identify blockages in the arteries and veins and detecting blood clots. A Doppler ultrasound, a technique that assesses blood flow through a blood vessel, is usually part of this exam. It uses no ionizing radiation, has no known harmful effects, and provides images of soft tissue that one cannot see on X-rays. Ultrasound is a non-invasive medical test. Helps doctors diagnose vascular problems and treat her.

It’s safe and painless.
Ultrasound imaging is also known as sonography. The probe picks up sounds that are reflects back back. A computer uses these sound waves to create an image. Ultrasound does not use radiation (X-rays). The images can also show the blood flowing through the blood. Cups. Vascular ultrasound provides images of the body’s veins and arteries. A Doppler ultrasound is usually part of a vascular ultrasound.

Advantages of vascular ultrasonography

  • Most ultrasound scans do not require needles or injections.
  • Occasionally, an ultrasound may be temporarily uncomfortable but should not be painful.
  • Ultrasound is widely available, easy to use, and less expensive than most other imaging modalities. extremely safe and uses no radiation.
  • Ultrasound provides a clear picture of soft tissues that are not easy to see on x-rays.

Purpose of Ultrasonography

Doppler Ultrasound Helps the Doctor See and See Ultrasound is a useful way to assess the body’s circulatory system. Vascular ultrasound helps:

  • Monitor blood flow to organs and tissues throughout the body.
  • Locate and identify blockages (stenosis) and abnormalities such as plaque or embolism and help plan their effective treatment.
  • Detects blood clots (deep vein thrombosis (DVT) in the main veins of the legs or arms).
  • Determine if a patient is a good candidate for a procedure such as angioplasty.
  • Evaluate the success of procedures that involve transplanting or bypassing blood vessels.
  • Determine if there is an enlarged artery (aneurysm). Evaluate varicose veins.
  • Blockages in blood flow (eg blood clots).
  • Narrowing of blood vessels tumors and birth defects.
  • Reduced or no blood flow to various organs such as the testicles or ovaries increased blood flow, which can be a sign of infection.

The process of vascular sonography Course

For most vascular ultrasonography exams, firstly patients lie supine on an exam table that can be tilted or moved. Patients may have to rotate to either side to improve image quality. Secondly, You may move them back and forth across the area of ​​interest to capture the images you want.

The gel also helps eliminate air pockets between the transducer and the skin. It can block sound waves from entering the body. The technician or radiologist places the transducer at different locations on the skin. And pet the area of ​​interest. You can also tilt the beam from a different position to get a better look at an area of ​​interest.

Things to know about vascular sonography

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Things to know about vascular ultrasonography

Before you begin your journey to becoming a vascular sonographer, you need to know how it works. When a doctor performs a Doppler ultrasound, they may hear pulse-like sounds that change in pitch as they monitor and measure blood flow. Once the image is complete, the technician wipes the clear ultrasound gel off the patient’s skin. The remaining portions dry quickly. The ultrasound gel does not usually stain or stain clothing. After an ultrasound, the patient can usually resume normal activities immediately.

Ultrasound is very sensitive to movement, and an active or crying child can prolong the scanning process.

To ensure that everything runs smoothly, it often helps to explain the procedure to the child before the test. Your skills in dealing with children can be of great help in such situations. Ask parents to bring books, small toys, music, or games to distract themselves. It can help to let your child and time pass quickly. The exam room may have a television. Just ask what the kid’s favorite channel is. The transducer sends inaudible high-frequency sound waves into the body and listens for the returning echoes.

The technician applies a small amount of gel to the area to be examined and places the transducer there. The ultrasound image is immediately viewed on a video monitor. The computer creates the image based on volume (amplitude), pitch (frequency), and the time it takes for the ultrasound signal to return to the transducer.

It also takes into account what type of body structure and/or tissues sound goes through. In an ultrasound, a transducer emits the sound waves and records the echo waves (return waves). When the transducer is pressed against the skin, it emits short, high-frequency, inaudible sound waves into the body. As sound waves bounce off internal organs, fluids, and tissues, the transducer’s sensitive receiver registers small changes in the pitch and direction of the sound. A computer immediately measures these characteristic waves and displays them as real-time images on one screen Advertisement.

If you are interested in medical ultrasound or medical sonography, AIHST BD has online certificate and associate degree programs in this field. After completing the course, you will learn about various procedures that help diagnose certain diseases using an ultrasound machine.

AIHST uses high-frequency sound waves to generate images for evaluation. It is mainly used with ultrasound imaging during pregnancy. However, ultrasound technology goes much further and has many other uses in the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions.Within an ultrasound school you can choose from many special areas of ultrasound technology: abdomen, echocardiography, obstetrics/gynecology or vascular technology. Students attending our courses learn that ultrasound can examine many parts of the body including the abdomen, prostate, heart, superficial structures and blood vessels.

In addition to working directly with patients, we prepare medical ultrasound technicians for the demands of the profession. We also teach how to organize work schedules or evaluate equipment purchases.A small transducer creates images when placed on areas of interest on the patient’s skin. While most of our graduates find jobs in hospitals, others find comfortable careers in private medical practices or medical laboratories. In addition to great career opportunities, sonographer salaries are extremely competitive when compared to other professionals with a similar level of education.

“I moved abroad after completing the sonography Technician course at AIHST Bangladesh. It has helped me catch better jobs here and I’m so thankful I did it."
Doglas Kim
“I absolutely recommend AIHST Bangladesh’s courses. In conclusion, they’re the best Medical Technological School in Bangladesh.”
Mike Edward

Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

The Vascular Ultrasonography Course at the AIHST BD is open to anyone and everyone who is interested. You do not need any additional knowledge for this course.


Career opportunities for graduates of the ultrasound school are good since ultrasound is an excellent alternative to radiological procedures.

It’s not difficult, but it can certainly be challenging. Also, It requires a lot of work and this profession is very dynamic. Moreover, communication skills can help you succeed in this workspace.

The ultrasound machine consists of a computer console, a video monitor, and a transducer (a small handheld device that looks like a microphone). Ultrasound images use the same principles as sonar. It can also detect changes in organs, tissues, vessels, and masses such as tumors.

A radiologist, a physician trained to monitor and interpret vascular ultrasonography exams, analyzes the images. The radiologist sends a report to the doctor. The doctor will review them and inform the patient of the results. Although, sometimes the radiologist discusses the results with the patient after the exam.

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