M.D. Diagnostics Centre strives for excellence in patient care with its highly efficient and accuracy-oriented processes. Our advanced state-of-the-art technology helps the patients in achieving a detailed and progressive inference.
All types of Digital X-rays are taken at Accura Diagnostic Centre. The various special procedures that we carry out are
X-rays are taken on a high-powered, 300ma X-ray unit, with a fully motorized table and dark fluoroscopy.
Sonography is a non invasive imaging modality using sound waves and is extremely safe even in pregnancy as it does not involve any radiation.
Sonography has applications for the entire body from head to toe. Male or femal, from infant to adult, throughout your lifetime, sonography can play an important role in your healthcare.
Indeed, versatile, safe, non-invasive and yet effective, the importance of ultrasonography in medicine cannot be underplayed.
Color Doppler is an important complement to the two-dimensional image. It provides a visual multicolor display of the blood flow within the heart. Doppler ultrasound is based upon the Doppler Effect. When the object reflecting the ultrasound waves is moving, it changes the frequency of the echoes, creating a higher frequency if it is moving toward the probe and a lower frequency if it is moving away from the probe. How much the frequency is changed depends upon how fast the object is moving. Doppler ultrasound measures the change in frequency of the echoes to calculate how fast an object is moving. Doppler ultrasound has been used mostly to measure the rate of blood flow through the heart and major arteries. Color Doppler complements 2-D echocardiography and conventional Doppler techniques by providing color flow maps that improve the spatial characterization of flow disturbances.
We have a well organized pathology collection centre for routine Hematology, Biochemistry, Clinical pathology, Microbiology, Serology, Profiles & Special Tests like Elisa Tests, Western Blot, Glycosylated hemoglobin and Specialised Cardiac Markers.We are affliated to Metropolis & Wellspring Phadke Pathology Labs.
An electrocardiogram (ECG / EKG) is an electrical recording of the heart and is used in the investigation of heart disease.
It is a graphic display of the electrical activity of the heart.
An ECG may be done as part of a routine physical exam. It may be repeated any time there are questions about the working of your heart.
The technician will ask you to take off your clothing from the waist up, put on a gown, and lie down on a small bed. The technician will place a small electrode (a small self-sticking plastic patch) on each of your arms and legs and across six areas on your chest. You need to lie still for the minute or two that it takes the machine to make a record.