We now offer locally the latest and most promising non-invasive imaging technology to our patients. The 64-slice CT scan provides dramatically detailed images of your organs.With 64 Slice CT Scan coronary and peripheral angiography is a matter of minutes. Heart disease can be detected in just minutes, and without requiring an invasive and expensive methods. Ground-breaking advances in imaging technology are now within reach, making possible early and rapid diagnosis of diseases.
A Siemens 1.5 Tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging technique has been installed in Jindal Hospital, by which we are able to obtain high definition images instantly, practically from every angle. This enables doctors to see the body configuration with utmost clarity and detail. The imaging process takes at least 25-30 minutes and is useful in diagnosing various diseases related to orthopedics, neurology and other systems. At Least for diagnosis of the patient's disease, there is no need of invasive radiological procedures, biopsies, exploratory surgery or other diagnostic procedures. MRI helps in knowing the disease in less money. It reduces risk and pain of the patient.
An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test used to find problems related to electrical activity of the brain. At jindal hospital, we can get a computerised EEG and Lab which are highly efficient and time saving.
A nerve conduction velocity (NCV) studies are helpful to diagnose any nerve damage and dysfunction. At Jindal Hospital, we conduct these studies for further diagnosis and determining the course of treatment.
Digital X-ray is a diagnostic method in which digital X-ray sensors are used instead of photographic films. At Jindal Hospital, we are using detailed imaging solutions and digital x-ray which leads to less radiation exposure and the contrast of the image is being improved.
An ambulance is always available which is equipped with multipara monitor, ventilator, external pacemaker, defibrillator, and emergency medicines. It helps to ensure timely medical attention to neurological emergency cases and makes away with the need to transport them to bigger cities, by making excellent treatment facilities available.