Mathura-based Nayati Multi-super Specialty Hospital has launched their diagnostic and imaging services in the region. The Diagnostic centre was inaugurated by patients who have suffered because of unavailability of comprehensive diagnostic services.
Dr R K Mathur, Senior Advisor, Radiology & Imaging, Nayati multi-super-Specialty Hospital, Mathura stated, It is for the first time in this region that such a unique combination of hi-end diagnostic and imaging equipment have been set-up under one roof. Our mission is to provide precise and timely diagnosis to facilitate medical treatment to the people at affordable costs. The installation of this state-of-art diagnostic equipment in the hospital further strengthens our commitment to provide the highest standards in patient care. These equipment will enable our doctors to get best quality images and interpretation by expert radiologists to base their treatment on.
The Radiology and Imaging department will offer highly advanced neuro, cardiac, spinal, chest, abdominal and whole body diagnostic services to support the clinical departments with better outcomes. One additional facility will be interventional radiology which is now an integral part of any diagnostic and therapeutic service in a hospital with active cancer department.
The department will be equipped with high-end equipment radiology department that includes – 1.5 Tesla MRI “ with complete neuro and cardiac capabilities. This modality without the use of ionizing radiation has the capability of simultaneously imaging any patients organs in multiple planes, with split second image reconstruction. Whole body imaging, angiography and other advanced techniques and procedures can also be performed on this MRI scanner in a short duration; 128 Slice CT scanner, a unique ultra-fast multi-slice CT scanner that can image patients with equal ease for trauma, chest, vascular, abdomino – pelvic and coronary angiography, with exquisite digital quality; Mammography “ essential for screening and follow-up for breast cancer, as a state-of-the-art imaging modality which is targeted specially for womens healthcare especially between vulnerable age groups of 35-60 years. The imaging modality also provides a road map for treating surgeons when any suspicion lesion needs to be biopsied or surgically removed. Digital radiology – which provides high-quality x-rays at very low radiation dose; PET CT- A cutting edge technology for uation and follow-up for cancer; PACS ( Picture archival & communication system) is a digital platform integrating the hospital information system with the multiple departments and clinicians using radiology services in the hospital. It also enables viewing of the images on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones.