Training of the female doctors by Mr. Kalemba from GE

At this point, I must devote a little time to technology - or more precisely, to the medical technology at the heart of the practice. Because what would our prenatal diagnostics without a high-tech ultrasound machine? From the very beginning, high-level ultrasound diagnostics have been part of our practice's central range of services. What began with the "Voluson E8" and several predecessor models has meanwhile evolved into the "Voluson E10" - a device of the latest generation, specialized in fine diagnostics in gynecology and prenatal medicine, a sonographic jack-of-all-trades.

There are regular updates in hardware and software - as was the case a few weeks ago with the arrival of our brand new ultrasound machine with the associated training for the female physicians. To adequately appreciate the innovations of the ultrasound machine (faster, more accurate, clearer), one would have to delve into the intricacies of medical technology. At this point, we will stick to the functions that are particularly important for our patients:

- early and accurate diagnosis is possible due to particularly good imaging
- detailed diagnostic reports can be created and edited quickly
- the 3D and 4D ultrasound for images and videos has a high image quality
- Data exchange of ultrasound images and findings with the patient FetView with the patients is fast and secure.