Heart handheld ultrasound color doppler can play an important role in early diagnosis, treatment decision-making, evaluation of treatment effect and prognosis of heart disease patients, and this examination has many advantages.
The process of wireless ultrasound device examination is safe, does not require injection of contrast agents, isotopes or other dyes, ultrasound instruments do not emit radioactive substances, the operation method is simple, suitable for patients to be repeatedly examined, the examination instrument can be moved and suitable for bedside examination.
Heart color doppler wireless ultrasound device can conduct multi-plane and multi-directional ultrasound imaging to examine each cardiac cavity, comprehensively evaluate the anatomy and function of the whole heart, and evaluate myocardial contractility and heart function by evaluating the increase rate of systolic wall thickness of the ventricle and changes in ventricular cavity size.
The incidence rate of arrhythmia is often controversial, and the correct answer is: when sinus arrhythmia is included or not calculated, the incidence rate is 100%. This means that arrhythmia is common, but the age of occurrence, time, type, duration, and severity of accompanying symptoms are different. Some people use continuous 7-day Holter electrocardiogram to screen the general population, and 70%-75% of the examined subjects are recorded with ventricular premature beats. If atrial premature beats, short-term atrial fibrillation and atrial fibrillation recorded for 7 days are also statistically analyzed, the incidence rate of arrhythmia for 7 days will be higher. Arrhythmia refers to abnormalities in the frequency, rhythm, origin, conduction speed and impulse sequence of cardiac impulses, which are divided into impulse formation abnormalities and impulse conduction abnormalities. Coronary heart disease, rheumatic heart disease, myocarditis and many diseases and drugs can cause or induce arrhythmias, and these diseases may also lead to changes in heart structure or function.
Arrhythmia is a symptom of heart disease, and the primary cause should be investigated thoroughly. When arrhythmia is suspected, auxiliary examinations that need to be performed include electrocardiogram, Holter electrocardiogram, esophageal pacing, electrophysiological examination, and cardiac color doppler ultrasound examination. The use of a handheld vascular doppler ultrasound is particularly important in cardiac ultrasound examination as it is an indispensable tool for diagnosing primary heart diseases.
Heart color doppler wireless ultrasound device plays an important role in the etiological investigation of arrhythmias. However, cardiac ultrasound mainly focuses on the examination of cardiac structure and function, and for patients with arrhythmias, it is not necessary to make a specific diagnosis of arrhythmias, but rather to find the underlying cause as much as possible.