At Home Scans

The Society of Radiographers and British Medical Ultrasound Society have issued a position statement advising that "ultrasound equipment should only be used by properly trained professionals". This was in response to some people carrying out ultrasound scans...

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Baby loss awareness week 9th-15th October 2020

Baby Loss Awareness Week, raises awareness how pregnancy and baby loss affects thousands every year. It is a time for bereaved parents and their families and friends to commemorate their babies lives. Many Charities work to raise awareness of the issues affecting...

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Pregnancy of Unknown Location (PUL)

Written by Dr Sarah Merritt Pregnancy of unknown location can be a daunting term, which may bring uncertainty, anxiety and questions of  ‘Am I pregnant?’, ‘Why can’t my baby be seen?’ A pregnancy of unknown location means that a pregnancy cannot be seen, either inside...

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Ultrasound Myths

Written by Angela Nicholson - Nurse Practitioner Many people are unaware that the concept of ultrasound was initially realised in the 1800s. But was not incorporated into pregnancy care and gynaecology until 1958. In the 1980’s 3D ultrasound technology was developed...

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What our clients say about us

“We were both delighted with the service, in the run up to the scan, with our questions being answered reassuringly and on the actual day. You were friendly and helpful Continue Reading