Patient Ultrasound

A picture of health

Ultrasound uses sound waves to create a picture of heart, thyroid, kidneys, or any part of your body. Ultrasound is one of the safest and most common procedures in the United States. Your physician may recommend ultrasound for a variety of reasons, but two of the most common are to check the function of your heart, or to locate any blockages in your vascular system.
An Echocardiogram is an ultrasound that evaluates the function of your heart and helps your doctor identify any damage that may have occurred. It serves to identify congestive heart failure, myocardial infarction, cardiomyopathy, or many other diseases that may effect your heart. It also may be used to routinely check on your recovery after a heart attack.

Understanding why your doctor has ordered
an echocariogram of your heart

Ultrasound is also routinely used to identify plaque buildup throughout your peripheral vascular system. Left untreated, plaque can build up obstructing blood flow, or even breaks off for the vascular wall traveling to the brain and causing a stroke.


Understanding why your doctor has ordered
an ultrasound for your carotid artery

Save Time, Save Money, Save your life

Most physicians refer you to a specialist, diagnostic facility, or hospital for your ultrasound, however Biosensor provides these services right at your doctor’s office. It saves your time. It saves you money. And it might just save your life. By keeping the test at your physician’s office we eliminate specialist copay’s, the time and expense of going to a separate facility, and in most cases save you significantly over what you would pay at a Hospital or diagnostic facility.