The ultrasound midwife has midwifery training from the college in Akershus and has taken special training in ultrasound examination of pregnant women for the midwives at NTNU in Trondheim.
Piroozeh has extensive experience as a midwife in pregnancy care, childbirth and maternity as well as ultrasound from the fetal medicine outpatient clinic and pregnancy outpatient clinic at Rikshospitalet, Ullevål hospital, Drammen, Bærum hospital and Bærum municipality. She strives for good care on the premises of the pregnant woman.
All my services and examinations are carried out in line with current laws and guidelines and according to good ethical and midwifery standards. Piroozeh is a member of the Norwegian Association of Midwives (DNJ) and the Norwegian Association for Ultrasound Diagnostics (NFUD).
Karin is a midwife with extensive experience in obstetrics, prenatal care and ultrasound from both maternity and Rikshospitalet women's clinics. She has special expertise in early ultrasound
Dr. Negar Barazandeh is a specialist in General Medicine and has practiced as a GP since 2013 with, among other things, his own practice in Oslo. She has broad experience from individual and systemic therapeutic work with children, young people and their families - both as a school doctor and as a doctor at a health center for young people.
The ultrasound machine we use is called Voluson E8, a machine from General Electric Healtcare that creates very good 2, 3 and 4D images, and so-called HDlive views.
This device is considered to be one of the best and by far the most advanced on the market
HDlive is an extraordinary rendering method that generates incredibly realistic images of fetuses from sonographic data.