Adverse Event

Adverse event is a healthcare term that indicates any undesirable and unintended series of events (psychological and/or physical) a patient experiences or could have undergone courtesy therapeutic goods or medical treatment such as hospitalization, surgery, medical product usage, medical test or research, etc. Any patient irrespective of his disease, medical condition, or medical diagnosis can […]

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Echocardiogram

Also called echocardiography or echo test, an echocardiogram is a type of ultrasound that doctors may suggest when they suspect issues with heart chambers or valves. In other words, an echocardiogram is an ultrasound for examining the heart. The test results usually throw light on the heart’s size, pumping strength, muscle strength and condition, and […]

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Ultrasound

Ultrasound, also called sonography, is a painless and safe imaging methodology that employs sound waves to create pictures depicting internals of a body. These waves originate from a scanning or ultrasound machine, through a corded, handheld probe called “transducer”. The sound waves enter the body and reflect back to the transducer whenever they hit a […]

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