How long does it take to report an echocardiogram?
Once uploaded, our echo reading services will interpret and report your echocardiograms within 12 hours, ensuring no delays in patient care. Echo reading takes place around the clock.
How to interpret your cardiovascular image reports ( echo )?
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How does remote cardiology services interpret echocardiograms?
Remote Cardiology Services specializes in the remote, online interpretation of transthoracic echocardiograms (TTE). Once echos performed, studies are uploaded to our secure, cloud based servers by your staff. Once uploaded, our echo reading services will interpret and report your echocardiograms within 12 hours, ensuring no delays in patient care.
Where can I get an echocardiogram reading?
Our echocardiogram reading services is utilized be hospitals and clinics across the country. Once an echocardiogram is performed, it is uploaded to our secure, cloud based servers by your staff.
What does an echocardiogram tell the Doctor?
An echocardiogram (echo) provides a large amount of information about the heart to the doctor. It tells him or her many things, including the size of the heart, the function, how thick the walls of the heart are, how the valves are working, if the valves appear normal or thickened and if there is any fluid around the heart.
What does my echocardiogram result report indicate?
If your echocardiogram results indicate that you have an enlarged heart, it may indicate the presence of disease, such as coronary artery disease. Your heart may also be enlarged without a serious underlying cause, such as stress on your body or pregnancy.
What is a bad result for an echocardiogram?
There are no risks of a resting echocardiogram. If you have an exercise echo, you might develop chest pain during the test. Because this is a sign that your heart isn’t getting enough oxygen and could be in danger of damage, it’s important that you alert the medical staff immediately so that the test can be stopped.
What can I expect during an echocardiogram?
An echocardiogram exam usually includes a Doppler recording of the blood movement or flow within the heart. When color flow Doppler is used in the exam, it will appear as different colors moving within the white and black images on the monitor. The different colors represent the different speeds and directions of blood flow in the heart.