Infant cardiac ultrasound

Beside inspecting the anatomy of the heart, infant cardiac ultrasound is capable of monitoring the heart tissue, the valves, the flow and the rhythm of the heart which enables us to identify major developmental disorders. Examining the heart of the fetus during pregnancy is recommended, but echocardiography is indicated in the postnatal period as well. In 4 to 6 weeks of age, there is an option of cardiac examination (physical, ECG and ultrasound) of the infant in order to rule out any problem that could not be identified during pregnancy.


Krisztina Kádár, Ph.D., M.D.

professor, pediatric cardiologist, pediatrician, neonatologist

Consulting hours
Krisztina Kádár, Ph.D., M.D. Tuesday 9:00-18:00