Laboratory medicine has witnessed rapid advancements in the last few decades with new breakthrough in diagnostic procedures, analytical techniques, tools and technology. All these developments have made rapid and accurate diagnosis possible today.
We have been quietly leading the diagnostic industry revolution from the front for over 50 years, by embracing advanced diagnostic methods, analytical processes and leading edge technology, much ahead of others.
Digital radiography / Xray
Digital radiography is a filmless xray image capture technique, where digital x-ray sensors are used instead of conventional photographic film.
Digital radiography delivers instant Xray image (there is no waiting time like the conventional film image) and delivers high quality digital images that can be viewed on a computer or tablet devices. Images can be zoomed, brightened and visually inspected with better accuracy than traditional xray images.
At Anand Lab we have invested in the latest digital radiography equipment from Fuji Film, who first pioneered the digital xray system in 1983.
3D-4D Ultrasound scanning
An ultrasound investigation is sought for a variety of issues ranging from gynacological issues in women to prostate gland examination in men. As ultrasound works by bouncing sound waves off of organs and other tissues, it can be effectively used to look for gallstones, liver damage and kidney dysfunction.
At Anand Labs, we have invested in the latest 3D – 4D ultrasound equipments to deliver real time moving images. 4-D ultrasound uses 3-D ultra sound images and connects them like a film sequence. The result is a real time moving 3D image of what is being scanned.
Electro cardiograph (ECG)
ECG is a fairly well established non invasive diagnostic procedure and often used as a preventive healthcare measure to assess the general health of the heart.ECG is used to measure the rate and regularity of the heart beats, the size of the heart chambers and to assess any possible damage to heart tissues.
ECG is a test that records the electrical activity of the heart, as detected by the electrodes that are placed on the chest, ankle and other points that help pick up these signals.
At Anand Lab, we use current, state of the art ECG equipments that deliver accurate results.
An echo cardiogram uses ultrasound imaging techniques to help doctors visually see the cardio vascular system to provide additional insights into the functioning of the heart. It is often used in conjunction with an ECG report particularly when doctors notice any abnormality in the ECG reports.
Echo cardiograms provide an accurate assessment of the functioning of the heart valves, blood flow velocity, health of heart tissues and more.
Latest echo cardiography equipments produce 3D real time imaging like the latest ultrasound machines that come with 3D-4D capabilities.
A treadmill test, also called as ‘Cardiac stress test’ is another non invasive test done to examine how the heart responds when subjected to external stress such as physical exercise. It gives insights into the heart health by comparing the circulation of the blood in the blood vessels of the heart when the person is in resting state versus when the person is subjected to physical exertion.
Treadmill tests should be done only under the supervision of a qualified nurse or a cardiac physician.
– What are the various sample cut off time?
– What are the days on which special tests are done?
– How should specimens be collected and transported to ensure the samples will not be rejected?
– When are reports available for various tests.. and so on.
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