There is one connection that effortlessly beats all others in human history. It is the bond between a mother and her child. A mother’s impulse to protect her children begins the moment she discovers she is pregnant. When she first senses the baby, it is as small as a peanut, and her love grows organically over the course of the pregnancy. This overwhelming experience of seeing their unborn baby for the first time and feeling its heart beats can be achieved by the radiology test- pregnancy imaging test that allows clinicians to see inside your womb.
As you are aware, radiation has the ability to both save and harm lives. Radiologic technologists employ radiation to deliver high-quality medical imaging, but they must be cognizant of the dangers of radiation exposure. Dangerous exposure levels can be prevented by using proper timing, appropriate radiation dose, and shielding procedures. When it comes to pregnancy, protection procedures are even more crucial.
The good thing is that most medical imaging examinations are typically safe to have while pregnant. Furthermore, if you are pregnant, it is permissible to undergo an imaging scan if your doctor believes it is required to establish your future course of medical care. Remember that your health is crucial to the health of your baby.
MedPiper Technologies and JournoMed are conducting a Mother’s Day Special Webinar in Association with IRIA Kerala where the various facets of radiology techniques in pregnancy. The event will be held on 10th May, 2022, Tuesday at 7pm. Participants can register here and they will receive e-certificates. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. For more details contact you can contact Soumya at email@example.com / 9080078447
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The most frequent imaging tests are ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), X-rays (with a low dosage of radiation), and computed tomography (CT scan). The webinar will demonstrate these imaging tests in detail as well as the advantages and risks associated with pregnancy.
- Dr.Rijo Mathew Choorakuttil
Secretary, IRIA, Kerala, Founder, IRIA Samrakshan
Chairman, Insta Specialty Hospitals, Kochi.
Chairman & Chief Radiologist Amma Centre for Diagnosis & Preventive Medicine Pvt. Ltd, Kochi Mentor, Amma Healthcare Research Gurukul, Kochi
- Dr. Avni Skandhan K. P
MD EDiR FRCR
Lead Consultant Radiologist, Aster MIMS Kottakal
This webinar will predominantly address a comprehensive variety of diagnostic pregnancy scanning, covering the most widely performed, such as early pregnancy (before 12 weeks), nuchal translucency (between 12-13 weeks), morphology (between 18 and 20 weeks), and third trimester scans (after 27 weeks). Each fetal imaging test will provide unique, specific information about the baby’s health, and by understanding these approaches, we may learn a lot about the baby’s well-being at this phase of pregnancy.