Bladder and urinary system ultrasound at Eskulap clinic in London. Offering kidney scan that can detect kidney stones, prostate problems and find the cause of changes in urine color.

Preparation for ultrasound examination of the urinary system

Ultrasonography of the urinary system requires the patient to prepare for the procedure. You should be on an empty stomach for at least 4 hours and refrain from taking meals and unclarified fluids. Two hours before the ultrasound examination, the patient drinks about two liters of non-carbonated water. The bladder as full as possible is best visible, so it is best to use an easily digestible diet two or one day before the examination. Conversely, people with flatulence should take medications to reduce the amount of gas in the intestines. Before the ultrasound examination, we do not chew gum or smoke cigarettes.

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    Indications for ultrasound of the urinary system

    • Pain in the lower abdomen
    • Burning sensation in the lower abdomen
    • Painful and frequent urination
    • Changes in the color of urine
    • Inflammation of the urinary system
    • Lower back pain
    • Assessment after kidney transplantation
    • Suspected prostate disease
    • Assessment of the renal arteries
    • Suspicion of kidney stones
    • Assessment of bladder capacity
    • Analysis of the structure of the urinary system and kidneys

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    Ultrasound examination of the urinary system

    During the ultrasound examination of the urinary system, the patient is lying on his back. However, during the examination, the radiologist may ask the patient to turn on one side or the other. We put a special gel on the stomach. Then the specialist doctor, using an ultrasound device and a special probe, will try to capture the best image of the bladder and kidneys. During the examination, your doctor may also ask you to go to the bathroom and urinate to assess the structure of an empty bladder. The ultrasound examination takes approximately 20 minutes.

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    London:
    147 Ruislip Road,
    Greenford, London
    UB6 9QQ

    Birmingham:
    Shakespear Crescent
    Hockley, Birmingham
    B18 5BT

    phone 07747 474755

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    Mon – Sat 11:00 – 19:00

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