Routine Sonography or Ultrasound during pregnancy care.
3D / 4D Sonography which shows your baby’s face and body and live movements.
Anomaly Scan to detect any abnormality in the growth of your baby.
Foetal Echocardiography to detect any abnormality in the structure and function of the developing heart of your baby.
Like regular ultrasounds, 3D and 4D ultrasounds use sound waves to create an image of your baby in your womb. What’s different is that 3D ultrasounds create a three-dimensional image of your baby, while 4D ultrasounds create a live video effect, like a movie — you can watch your baby smile or yawn.
3D and 4D ultrasounds let you see your baby’s face for the first time. 3D and 4D ultrasounds can show certain birth defects, such as cleft palate, that might not show up on a standard ultrasound.
Studies suggest that 3D and 4D ultrasounds are safe. Plus, the images can help doctors spot a problem with your baby and make it easier for them to explain it to you.
Fetal echocardiography is a test used to view your unborn baby’s heart, similar to an ultrasound.
This exam allows your doctor to view the structure and function of the fetus’s heart. It is typically done in the second trimester, when a woman is 18 to 24 weeks into her pregnancy. Fetal echocardiography is much like an ultrasound. It uses sound waves that “echo” off the structures of the heart. A machine analyzes these sound waves and creates a picture (echocardiogram) of the heart’s interior, which provides information on how your baby’s heart has formed and whether it is working properly. It also allows your doctor to see the blood flow through the heart and detect any defects or abnormalities in the blood flow or heartbeat.
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