When to arrive - Please arrive 20 minutes before your appointment
Clothing – Please wear loose, comfortable clothes. You will have the option to change into a gown depending on the part of your body we plan to study
Valuables – We suggest you leave your valuables at home so you don’t have to worry about them. You can keep your things with you during your exam.
Medical leave – Please note that no medical leave will be issued on the day of exam. An excuse chit can be given upon request.
Preparation – Please select the examination from the list below for more information on the preparation required.
You are required to drink water at the following interval:
If you have a urinary catheter, please ensure that the catheter is clamped.
Please do not go to the toilet or empty your bladder before the scan. We need to perform the scan when your bladder is full.
There is typically no special care required following an ultrasound.
For specialised procedures, such as Contrast-enhanced Ultrasound and Penile Doppler Ultrasound, post-procedural instructions will be given by the Radiographer/Radiologist on the day of exam.
The radiology report will be ready for your doctor to review on the day of your clinic appointment.