Ultrasound of the lungs / BLUE protocol
Ultrasound of the lungs as an alternative to X-rays
- without irradiation
BLUE protocol - urgent lung sonography in acute respiratory failure.
Ultrasound examination (ultrasound) is widely used in clinical practice for the diagnosis of many organs and systems. Clinical research data show high diagnostic efficiency in assessing pathological conditions in the lungs.
This technique has no contraindications.
Clients of UNIVERSUM.CLINIC can undergo an ultrasound examination of the lungs directly at the clinic, or order this service at your location (at home/office examination).
The BLUE protocol, according to which ultrasound of the lungs is performed, has been used in the United States and many other countries in hospitals since 2000, as a quick diagnostic method (less than 3 minutes) to determine, first of all, respiratory failure.
Ultrasound of the lungs (lung sonography) makes it possible to assess the vascular lesions of the lungs, which are characteristic, including in complications of the coronavirus COVID-19.
The lung ultrasound protocol, used in UNIVERSUM.CLINIC is an adapted BLUE protocol taking into account the requirements of the diagnosis of coronavirus complications.
Ultrasound examination of the lungs differs from other diagnostic methods:
- lack of radiation exposure;
- the ability to simultaneously study various organs and systems;
- high diagnostic efficiency
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