Narula Diagnostic offers high-end Radiology and Imaging services in majority of its satellite laboratories and diagnostic centers using the latest X-Ray and Ultrasound equipment backed by highly trained and experienced Radiologists and Ultrasonologists. A perfect balance of technology and human skill enables NARULA'S to offer a wide range of services in this domain. These include:
WHY DIGITAL X-RAY?
Making the conversion from analogue to digital could bring several benefits to X-Ray picture. These would include enhancement in comparison and other factors of picture quality through picture processing: radiological images could be in comparison more with those acquired from other picture methods, digital submission of pictures within medical centers could make distant access and preserving possible, extremely certified employees could service distant or badly booming areas from a main service through 'teleradiology' and, radiologists could use computer systems more successfully to help with diagnosis.
Digital Radiography (DR) techniques use devices just like traditional radiography except that in place of an X-Ray movie, an picture dish is used to make the electronic picture, which is then moved to a pc.
X-Ray movies are not taken to a darkroom or an automated movie processer to be designed in substance aquariums. With Calculated Radiography, the picture dish is run through a unique laser device scanning device to study the picture and moved electronically to the computer to appear on the display. The electronic picture can then be considered and be compared or color-enhanced for better visibility.
With Calculated Radiography, minimal visibility mistakes can be fixed electronically, not wasting time and the danger of extreme rays contact with the affected person.
Digital Radiography enables health workers to recreate pictures on channels other than film. Digital images can be recorded on CDs, printed on high-quality paper or simply considered on a computer observe.
- X-Rays of head / body / limbs
- Barium Studies
|1||BARIUM ENEMA||Patient should be fasting & must have good bowel prepration Laxative 1-2 nights before. Appointment preferred|
|2||BARIUM ENEMA (DOUBLE CONTRAST)||Nil.|
|3||BARIUM MEAL UGIT||Fasting Required . Prior Apponitment|
|4||BARIUM SWALLOW||No prepration. Prior Appointment preferred. Bring old records.|
|6||H.S.G.||Prior Appointment preferred. Bring old records. 4 hrs. fasting.|
|7||I.V.P. Non-Ionic Contrast Stand by Anasthetist)||Fasting Required with bowel prepration (Dulcolax 2+ Charcoal 4 the previous night).|
|8||MCU + RGU||2 hr. Fasting required. Prior Appointment preferred. Bring old records|
|9||MCU or RGU||2 hr. Fasting required. Prior Appointment preferred. Bring old records.|
|10||RGU||2 hr. Fasting required. Prior Appointment preferred. Bring old records.|
|11||SINOGRAM / FISTULOGRAM||2 hr. Fasting required. Prior Appointment preferred. Bring old records|
|12||X - Ray Coccyx AP/Lat||Fasting Required with bowel prepration (Dulcolax 2+ Charcoal4 the previous night).|
|13||X- Ray L S Spine AP/Lat||Fasting Required with bowel prepration (Dulcolax 2+ Charcoal4 the previous night).|
|14||X-Ray Abdomen||Fasting Required with bowel prepration (Dulcolax 2+ Charcoal4 the previous night).|
|15||X-Ray Chest||No Preparation.|
|16||X-Ray KUB (two films)||Fasting Required with bowel prepration (Dulcolax 2+ Charcoal4 the previous night).|