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  • Ultrasound technologists

Ultrasound technologists

  • Ultrasound technologists
  • Ultrasound technologists
  • Ultrasound technologists
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    X-Ray Ultrasound In Motion

    Our Services

    Digital X-Ray

    Holter Monitors

    Ultrasound

    Echocardiograms

    Dopplers

    Pace Maker Checks

    PICC Lines

    DMI uses direct radiography (DR). This means your patients’ images are captured on location, viewed on location and sent from on location.

    An electrocardiogram (EKG) is an electrical recording of the heart and is used in the investigation of heart disease. An EKG may be done as part of a routine physical exam or when there are questions about the working of a patient’s heart.

    Holter monitoring is a simple, noninvasive tool for evaluating and managing cardiac symptoms in patients. Two electrocardiography leads are recorded over a 24 to 48 hour period. The data provides an in-depth representation of a patient’s cardiac condition during routine activities of work, sleep, and exercise.

    Ultrasound waves sent to the part of the body being examined are reflected, refracted, or absorbed at the interfaces inside the body. Echoes that return in this way carry information about the size, distance, and uniformity of internal organs.

    An echocardiogram uses sound waves to produce images of your heart.

    A Doppler test uses reflected sound waves to see how blood flows through a blood vessel. It helps doctors evaluate blood flow through major arteries and veins, such as those of the arms, legs, and neck.

    DMI performs pace maker checks to ensure they are properly working.

    A PICC line procedure is where a thin, soft, long catheter is inserted into a vein in your arm, leg or neck. The tip of the catheter is positioned in a large vein that carries blood into the heart. The line is used for long-term IV antibiotics, nutrition or medications. It can also be used to draw blood.

    Welcome from our Leadership

    Thank you for choosing Dynamic Mobile Imaging as your provider of x-rays, ultrasounds, EKGs and more. We take our job seriously and are committed to providing you and your residents the best care possible. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to further assist your team. Thank you!

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