The hospital provides specialty medical services in Cardiology, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Paediatric Cardiology, Paediatric Cardiothoracic Surgery, Neurology, Neurosurgery, Nephrology, Urology, etc. The in-patient services include intensive care, cardiac care, neurological care, pediatric care, medical care, as well as surgical, diagnostic, and emergency services.
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The Non-invasive Laboratory is one of the key components of the CARE Hospitals. Non-invasive testing allows patients to be examined using Doppler ultrasound and other techniques, free of the risks and discomforts of injections and/or other invasive manoeuvres. These tests help diagnose almost all known or suspected disorders. Testing can usually determine the severity of the problems and the course of treatment.
The Catheterization Laboratory is an examination room with diagnostic imaging equipment, which is used to visualize the arteries and chambers of the heart and treat any stenosis or abnormality that is found. The Catheterization Laboratory at CARE Hospitals, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad, helps in diagnosing and treating heart patients. Here angiographies, medicated and non-medicated stenting and ballooning is performed effortlessly, that too within the shortest possible time. (Source: www.carehospitals.com)
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Adopting a service-oriented delivery model, CARE Hospitals provides cost-effective medical care, with an uncompromising commitment to its core purpose, “To provide care that people trust.” Founded in 1997 by Dr B Soma Raju and a team of India’s leading cardiologists, the CARE Hospitals’ founders developed Asia’s first indigenous coronary stent — the ‘Kalam-Raju stent,’ named after Dr APJ Abdul Kalam, former President of India, and Dr B Soma Raju, Chairman and Managing Director, CARE Hospitals Group. This is just one of the many innovations developed at CARE Hospitals, which strives to make healthcare affordable for all, while ensuring clinical outcomes at par with international standards.
The Department of Nuclear Medicine is equipped with the most advanced state-of-the-art equipment and technology. Nuclear medicine is a medical specialty that uses small amounts of radioactive material, known as radiopharmaceuticals, for diagnostic, therapeutic, and research purposes. These radiopharmaceuticals are specific for the organ, tumour or tissue, which needs to be studied. Once injected into a patient, the radiopharmaceuticals localize in the area of interest, which is then imaged using a special camera. In simplified terms, it is like taking an X-ray from the inside out. (Source: www.carehospitals.com)