When you use 3D and 4D imaging centres, you be in an enclosed, private setting and see very life-like images of your unborn baby on a large video monitor. The reason the images are so life-like in an ultrasound scan using 3D and 4D technology, is due to the imaging capabilities. 2D images create a single image, whereas 3D and 4D scans create multiple images in a row and pattern them together to give either a 3D or 4D effect. This gives you the ability to see many of the features of your unborn baby you would never be able to see with a 2D ultrasound scan. IN COVID-19 ERA, US WORKERS SEE TECH AS EITHER SAVIOR OR DESTROYER
The benefits of private ultrasound scans using 3D and 4D imaging goes far beyond the entertainment factor. The use of this type of scan can detect birth defects that 2D may not be able to pick up. It is far more likely to see anomalies such as VACTERL association, spina bifida, cleft lip and palate and abnormalities with the heart, liver, kidneys and lungs.
The peace of mind that these advanced images can offer can be immeasurable. Should a private ultrasound scan show any abnormalities to the foetus, this would allow the expectant parents to prepare in any way possible, and talk to their obstetrician about any options they have concerning specific genetic anomalies.
Ultrasound Imaging using 3D and 4D images can offer a special way to share the pregnancy with your family. Most imaging centres will allow as many people in the room as you desire at a certain capacity. With the images on the large screen, this can be a fun way to “introduce” the baby to grandparents, aunts and uncles as well as friends. This can also be an exciting way for everyone to know the gender of the baby as it can be announced all at once.
My name is John Ross and I have spent my entire 40 + year career in health care. Specifically, my background and experience is in developing and managing evidence planning, reimbursement applications, and health economics strategies for a number of fortune 500 health care technology businesses. Introduction and Historical Perspective More Info.