3D echocardiography

The latest diagnostic technology augments the ultrasound and enables a three-dimensional view of the heart structure and function. The accuracy of measurements is comparable to the most precise results obtained with a cardiac MRI scan. 

The advanced method provides reliable and accurate volumetric measurements, and ejection fractions of all four heart chambers.

Having the ability to view the heart in three-dimensions allows for an earlier diagnosis of possible abnormalities or pathologies, which are often not clearly visible with a traditional echocardiogram. The technology makes it possible to take treatment decisions faster, thus improving patient care and outcomes. 

Result analysis takes only about 15 minutes. The method is therefore suitable for monitoring changes in the heart and adjusting therapies based on up-to-date and reliable metrics as cardiac conditions progress. 

The diagnostic examination is performed at the outpatient clinic and is suitable for adult and paediatric patients. It is non-invasive, safe, and painless.

How does it work?

The cardiologist performs an ultrasound examination of the heart – an echocardiogram. Measurements taken are then analysed by artificial intelligence using an innovative algorithm. The result of the analysis is an accurate 3D model of the patient's heart.