Cece wrote:Over on Facebook, it was mentioned that BNAC is certifying
thornyrose76 wrote:Where in the Mid-West did this individual get an improper dopplar ulitrasound, out of curiosity?
CaptBoo wrote:Lanie, I hope when you get time you will post a long missive answering a bunch of questions I have and I bet others do too. First off, what do you call yourself, a sonographer, an ultrasound technician, a voodoo priestess skilled in the use of Zamboni's magic wand?
What is the training required to be a regular sonographer? What conditions are you trained to see? What is involved in the BNAC training? What equipment do you use and or there any equipment options? Maybe others have more questions.
I'd like to get a little primer on what you are looking for and seeing. If you want, you can use my images before and after and show us what you see as reflux, abnormal valves and stenosis. Are you up for it?
CD wrote:I am not sure if this is true, but I heard it has to be on a the new Siemens Ultrasound Machine with special software, for the CCSVI protocol testing. Is this true?
Hooch wrote:The technician in Barrie told me that she had a way of checking that the azygous was open using the doppler ultrasound. I am a Dr Siskin patient and he couldn't find my azygous but Angela said I did have one and that I had bloodflow through it!
Cece wrote:Hooch wrote:The technician in Barrie told me that she had a way of checking that the azygous was open using the doppler ultrasound. I am a Dr Siskin patient and he couldn't find my azygous but Angela said I did have one and that I had bloodflow through it!
That is something!! They check the vertebral veins (I was told at AAC Brooklyn that I had beautiful verts, during the ultrasound) and if there is reflux in the verts, that indicates there may be reflux in the azygous. It's indirect but at least it's information. For Angela to be able to say that you had an azygous with bloodflow through it, she must have been seeing the verts flowing and they have to be flowing somewhere, which is the azygous...I hope I've got this right.
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