The pathology laboratory attempts to provide less than one roof, a range of tests, numbering over 3000, based on 95 technologies, covering most diseases known to man. The tests menu includes Clinical and Special Chemistry, Hematology, Blood Coagulation Studies, Microbiology, Infectious Disease Serology, Autoimmune Disorders, Endocrinology, Surgical Pathology, Cytology, Oncology, Molecular Diagnostics, Cytogenesis, Immuno-histochemistry (IHC), Radioimmunoassay, Chemiluminescence and Polymerase Chain Reaction.
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|All Types of pathological blood investigation are done in this pathology.|
Diagnostic sonography (ultrasonography) is an ultrasound-based diagnostic imaging technique used to visualize subcutaneous body structures including tendons, muscles, joints, vessels and internal organs for possible pathology or lesions. Obstetric sonography is commonly used during pregnancy and is widely recognized by the public. There are a plethora of diagnostic and therapeutic applications practiced in medicine.
Ultrasound examinations: Patients will be required to follow pre-examination preparation procedures prior to undergoing an ultrasound examination.
Most people are familiar with x-rays. Detailed images of the muscles, bones, joints, and organs are created when a small amount of radiation passes through the body to expose sensitive film on the other side.
Patients stand next to a digital imaging board or lie on a table, depending on the part of the body being studied. The images take just seconds to produce (you may be asked to hold your breath and lie still). The tests are painless.
X-rays penetrate the composition and mass of the tissues and bones to construct the image. Your technologist will make sure the image is clear before you leave.
Electrocardiography (ECG) is a basic test that is . It may be normal in several patients at rest between attacks of Angina. However, during the episodes of pain there may be depression of the ST segment and a T wave inversion in several leads, indicating Ischemia. In cases of Infarction (heart attack), there will be ST segment elevation in the ECG, which may gradually evolve. An Echocardiogram may help in showing any functional abnormalities in the various cardiac chambers and in assessing the pumping efficiency of the heart.
Exercise, being a physiological stress, can unmask abnormalities of the heart, not present at rest. Treadmill test assesses the heart function in patients with suspected or proven disease by means of ECG & BP monitoring during walking at progressive speeds & gradients. In other words, TMT is exercise ECG and observation of patient during a graded stress. This is the easiest, popular and common test performed on heart patients to determine the severity of the heart disease. Taken at an interval, this test can also show the improvement or deterioration of patient's angina. In other words, this test is helpful for quantifying disability, diagnosis & prognosis of disease.
The Intensive Care Unit has been upgraded to International Standards, equipped to treat all kinds of cardiac and Non-Cardiac diseases.
The Multipara Monitors give the intensivist (the doctor-in-charge) information starting from the pulse to the pulmonary capillary wedge pressure (PCWP) – a crucial parameter required in the management of serious patients. These monitors are also able to records information, specially the cardiac rhythms of the patients that enable the intensivist a retrospective study of the case.
The control monitor is an essential factor in the ICU enabling the Intensivist to monitor every single patient just sitting at his/her desk.
Staffed by exprienced physicians and nurses equipped to handle the most critical patient needs.
Centralized Oxygen supply and backup power generator.
Facilities of ventilator, multi-pera monitor with these equipments we have well qualified doctors and staff for saved thousands of life.