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Ensure the well being of your young one during pregnancy with Level II Ultrasound 

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Obstetric Ultrasound

Obstetric ultrasound is essential for monitoring fetal growth, ensuring proper development, and detecting any abnormalities early in pregnancy, providing crucial information for prenatal care. Scans like Level ii scan are instrumental during pregnancy and we ensure you get the most comprehensive results.

Provides detailed anatomical assessment of the fetus, often performed around 18-22 weeks of pregnancy.

Screens for chromosomal abnormalities, such as Down syndrome, in early pregnancy.

Utilized during pregnancy to monitor fetal growth, position, and well-being.

Assesses fetal health by evaluating fetal movements, muscle tone, breathing, and amniotic fluid levels.

Ultrasounds during pregnancy : A window into the future

Along with the Joy of welcoming a new member of the family comes the worry of about the little one’s health! Pregnancy is a miraculous journey, and ultrasound tests play a crucial role in monitoring the health and development of the growing baby. Pregnancy Ultrasound Tests give an insight to the baby’s condition and warn of any anomalies that may come. East Delhi Medical Centre wants to welcome all mothers for this important step, we want to ensure that you can get a complete assessment of the baby’s health and rule out any congenital (present from birth) conditions.

These non-invasive imaging techniques provide Doctors with a comprehensive view of the fetus, let’s understand the Major Scans associated with expecting mothers.

Obstetrics Ultrasound

Throughout the nine months of pregnancy, Obstetric ultrasound serves as a trusted test, guiding both parents and us healthcare professionals to keep track of the pregnancy and ensure the well being of mother and child.

Obstetric ultrasound is a non-invasive, painless diagnostic imaging scan that uses high-frequency sound waves to create detailed images of the developing fetus during pregnancy. This scan is now an unavoidable part of contemporary prenatal care, providing Doctors with a wealth of crucial information about the unborn child’s growth, development, and overall well-being.

  1. Fetal anatomy: Obstetric ultrasound provides a detailed evaluation of the fetus’s anatomical structures, such as the brain, heart, lungs, and limbs, enabling the early detection of potential congenital abnormalities or malformations.

  2. Fetal growth: With precise measurements of the fetus during various stages of pregnancy, we can monitor the baby’s growth rate and ensure that it falls within expected parameters.

  3. Placental examination: The placenta, which serves as the lifeline between the mother and the developing fetus, can be thoroughly examined using obstetric ultrasound, allowing for the identification of any placental abnormalities or complications.

  4. Amniotic fluid assessment: The amount and quality of the amniotic fluid surrounding the fetus can be evaluated through obstetric ultrasound, as abnormal levels may indicate potential complications.

The test has to be done in consultation with you gynecologist. Additionally, Obstetric Ultrasound or (OBS USG) is a also a general term used as an umbrella term for other pregnancy related ultrasound scans, we need not confuse it to be exclusive to level 2 scans which are done in the later stages of pregnancy.

Nuchal Translucency Scan

At around 11 to 13 weeks of gestation, expectant mothers may undergo a “nuchal translucency scan” or a “12-week sonogram.” Popularly known as NT Scan, this is a specialized ultrasound which measures the amount of fluid accumulation at the back of the Baby’s neck during the first trimester of pregnancy. A small amount of fluid is perfectly normal, an increased measurement can potentially indicate the presence of chromosomal or genetic conditions. The tests have to be done in consultation with your gynecologist.

When we combine the results of the NT scan with blood tests, we can obtain a more accurate assessment of your baby’s risk for congenital conditions. This comprehensive approach, known as the “first-trimester screening” or “combined sequential screening,” empowers us to make well-informed decisions about further testing or monitoring.

Level 2 Scan (Level II Sonogram) or Anomaly Scan

One of the most important ultrasound scans during pregnancy is the Anomaly Scan, known as the level 2 ultrasound or level ii sonogram. Level 2 Scan is a comprehensive examination which is usually performed between 18 and 22 weeks. At EDMC too, Level 2 scan is the most requested scan among our patients.

The objective of the level 2 ultrasound is to evaluate and understand anatomical details of the developing fetus, placenta, and maternal pelvic organs. This scan detects potential congenital malformations, fetal growth abnormalities, and placental pathologies, enabling us to provide the best possible care for both mother and child. Baby’s anatomy, including the brain, heart, kidneys, and other vital organs, get a complete assessment to detect any potential structural abnormalities or birth defects.

Biophysical Profile

The biophysical profile (BPP) is a comprehensive prenatal test done in the last trimester of pregnancy- It may be done after 24 weeks, but is usually done after 28 or 32 weeks. It is used to assess fetal well-being, particularly in high-risk pregnancies or when complications are suspected. This non-invasive evaluation combines ultrasound imaging and fetal heart rate monitoring to evaluate five key parameters

Areas of Assessment by the scan

  • Fetus’ Muscle tone: The fetus opening/Closing its hands or bending and extending its arms or legs.
  • Baby’s Body movement – Fetus moving its body or Limbs
  • Breathing movements: Presence of continuous, rhythmic breathing.
  • Amniotic fluid volume: Volume of Amniotic Fluid in fetus in amniotic fluid pocket

Let's Understand Ultrasound Tests!

Ultrasound Test is a medical test that uses high-frequency sound waves to create images of the inside of the body. It helps doctors see organs, tissues, and structures in real time and helps in diagnosing various issues in body.

During an ultrasound, a small device called a transducer sends sound waves into the body. These waves bounce off organs and tissues, creating echoes. The transducer picks up these echoes and turns them into images on a screen.

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Preparation for an ultrasound depends on the type of exam. For some, you might need to fast for a few hours, while for others, you might need to drink water and have a full bladder. Your healthcare provider will give you specific instructions.

Ultrasounds are typically performed by trained technologists or sonographers who specialize in using ultrasound equipment to create images. Doctors then interpret these images to make diagnoses.

Ultrasounds are used for various reasons, like checking the growth of a baby during pregnancy, examining organs like the heart, liver, or kidneys, detecting abnormalities, guiding medical procedures, and more.

Yes, ultrasounds are considered safe because they use sound waves instead of radiation. There are no known risks to the patient during a standard ultrasound procedure.

No, ultrasounds are painless. You may feel some pressure from the transducer as it’s moved over your skin, but it’s not uncomfortable.

Yes, there are different types of ultrasounds based on the area of the body being examined. For instance, there are abdominal ultrasounds, pelvic ultrasounds, fetal ultrasounds during pregnancy, and more.

The duration of an ultrasound can vary depending on the type of exam and what’s being examined. Generally, an ultrasound takes between 20 to 60 minutes.



Hear from our patients

Every ultrasound test i have taken, they are in a rush to get finish and move on with the next task. But here the Radiologist inspects everything properly and then asks me questions about routine and everything. I feel like I am truly being treated. I
Nihar Singh
The staff were incredibly professional and made sure I felt comfortable throughout the entire process and Doctor Sir - his knowledge and expertise is so reassuring. Level II scan or any pregnancy related ultrasound, I would say come to EDMC
Ms Monica
Service Industry
जब भी मैं EDMC से अल्ट्रासाउंड स्कैन कराता हूं, तो मुझे ऐसा लगता है जैसे मैं पहले ही किसी डॉक्टर के पास जा चुका हूं! डॉक्टर साहब सिर्फ टेस्ट के नतीजे ही नहीं बल्कि उससे जुड़ी हर बात बताते हैं। मैं अपने पूरे परिवार को यहीं लेकर आता हूं, जब तक डॉक्टर साहब से जांच न हो जाए, मुझे संतुष्टि नहीं होती
Mr Raghav