General medicine is in constant evolution, and today is going through a revolution both at the level of the practice of medicine and with the expectations of patients. Ultrasound in General Medicine contributes to this evolution of clinical practice.
Ultrasound enables you:
- to achieve a better diagnosis and in doing so, provide better service to your patients
- to have better communication with your patient, as an ultrasound is a good communication tool that implicates the patient
- to go further than a simple palpation, an ultrasound is complementary to a clinical exam and a natural extension to your hands
- to help ward off the medical deserts and evaluate emergency situations. For example, if you suspect a thrombosis, you can easily establish a diagnosis, start adequate treatment and take better charge of your patient by indicating the need to see a Specialist, if you deem necessary.