"Radiology is the science which deals with the use of radiant energy for the diagnosis and treatment of a disease. A minimally invasive form of medicare, it allows the doctor to study a patient's internal system, without making any cuts on the body".
The Department of Radiology and Imaging, at PULSE, is one of the most well equipped and state of the art departments, in the country today.
All imaging procedures are performed, keeping the patient safety in mind, and care is taken to ensure that results of the highest quality are obtained while minimizing the patient exposure to radiation.
Every procedure is undertaken under the supervision of our team of highly qualified and experienced Radiologists, to ensure that the results are clinically relevant and enable better diagnosis.
We have on board a group of qualified and trained Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist who have completed their Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy & Occupational Therapy .
All lab reports are given the same day. Hormones and other special tests are given out in 3 hours time. Whereas all other labs give reports only by late evening. Pulse has fully automated lab equipment; hence the accuracy levels are very high.
CT Scanner at Pulse helps you increase your diagnostic confidence and enhance the care of patients.
Direct Radiology is the form of Radiography that uses X-Ray sensitive place to directly capture data during the patient examination, immediately transferring to computer system without using cassettes.
Direct Digital X-Ray allows instant display of images, while the lack of artifacts and image loss allows radiologists to make quick and confident diagnoses. Patient X-Ray doses are reduced and retakes are elimanated.
Mammography is a process of using Low Energy X-Ray to examine the human breast for diagnosis and screen.
The Goal of Mammography is the early detection of the breast cancer and microcalcification .
Some growths are very small or lie deep in the breast tissue making it hard to detect. While some growths are benign (non cancerous); others may be malignant (cancerous). Mammography can pick up thiese growths before they are large enough to be felt. When cancer is found in this early stage, it is easier to treat and can be cured.
Ultrasound (also term Sonography, Ultrasonography and Doppler Study) is a non invasive diagnostic medical technique that uses High- frequency sound waves to produce imgaes of the internal structural of the body. This sound waves are not detected by human hearing.The Difference between 3D & 4D is that the 4D is like a video showing motion of a 3D image.
Knowing you have all the information you need for definitive answers. As much as the machine the man behind the machine is also important. Together, Pulse has transformed patient care using ultrasound in brand new ways.
Radiologist at Pulse have good imaging skills , an experienced eye and extensive medical knowledge to do your ultrasound.
Sonography of Pelvis
Sonography of Pregnancy
X-rays use radiation to take pictures of bones and other parts inside the body. An OPG is a panoramic X-ray of the upper and lower jaws, including the teeth. The OPG unit is specifically designed to rotate around the patient’s head during the scan. An OPG will take approximately 20 seconds.
An OPG can be used to look for
It can also be used for surgical planning.Preparations