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An electrocardiogram — shortened as EKG or ECG — is a test that estimates the electrical movement of the heartbeat. With each beat, an electrical drive (or “wave”) goes through the heart. This wave makes the muscle press and siphon blood from the heart. A typical heartbeat on ECG will show the planning of the top and lower chambers.

An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a medical test that detects cardiac (heart) abnormalities by measuring the electrical activity generated by the heart as it contracts. The machine that records the patient’s ECG is called an electrocardiograph


Whole-Body Checkup

Well being is the best blessing we can receive,but our bustling life and furious timetable can deny us of this blessing.

Our different Health Checkup bundles offer wide scope of tests which can give understanding into your present wellbeing status. It can prompt early identification of major and minor ailments and early mediation to spare valuable time in treatment arranging.

Whole-Body Checkup

Gene Xpert Test

A person suspected of having TB needs to give a sputum sample, which the health care worker than places in a small tube. From the tube, the sample is fed into the machine, and then biochemical reactions are started to see if the sample contains the TB bacterium. The machine looks for the DNA specific to the TB bacterium. If there are TB bacteria in the sample, the machine will detect their DNA and automatically multiply it. This technique is called PCR (polymerase chain reaction), and allows the machine to also look at the structure of the genes. This is important to detect if a TB bacterium has developed resistance to drugs. 

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Free Tuberculosis Medicine

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Ascitic Fluid Aspiration

An ascitic tap is a medical procedure where a needle is used to drain fluid that is trapped in an internal body cavity, most commonly the abdomen (belly). Fluid may have to be drained from the abdomen for different reasons, such as if the fluid is stretching the abdomen and causing pain; if the fluid is infected; or if a doctor needs to analyse the fluid in a laboratory for the presence of any disease.

A radiologist (specialist doctor) uses ultrasound to show images or pictures of the inside of the abdomen on a screen to guide the needle to where the fluid is situated.

Ascitic Fluid Aspiration

Pleural Fluid Aspiration

Pleural fluid is defined as the fluid that is found between the layers of the pleura, the membranes of which line the cavity and surround the lungs. The space containing the fluid is referred to as the pleural cavity or pleural space.

Changes in the volume of pleural fluid can be caused by infection, trauma, or other causes and can lead to respiratory problems and other adverse conditions. Extraction of pleural fluid allows doctors to diagnose causes of these changes or to investigate for signs of infection or disease. When a large amount of pleural fluid is present, it is usually removed due to symptoms. Often times, however, the fluid recurs, and procedures to prevent further recurrences are then needed.

Nebulization / Oxygen

nebulizer machine is a portable medical device used to deliver medication to the respiratory tract and lungs. It does so in the form of mist. Oxygen, compressed air or ultrasonic power create aerosol droplets from the medication, and the user then inhales this into the lungs. Often this involves wearing a mask.

When using a nebulizer for inhalation therapy with medication to be administered directly to the lungs, it is important to note that inhaled aerosol droplets can only penetrate into the narrow branches of the lower airways if they have a small diameter of 1–5 micrometers. Otherwise they are only absorbed by the mouth cavity, where the effect is low.

Nebulization / Oxygen

Spirometry / PFT


Pulmonary function tests (PFTs) are noninvasive tests that show how well the lungs are working. The tests measure lung volume, capacity, rates of flow, and gas exchange. This information can help your healthcare provider diagnose and decide the treatment of certain lung disorders.

There are 2 types of disorders that cause problems with air moving in and out of the lungs:

  • Obstructive. This is when air has trouble flowing out of the lungs due to airway resistance. This causes a decreased flow of air.

  • Restrictive. This is when the lung tissue and/or chest muscles can’t expand enough. This creates problems with air flow, mostly due to lower lung volumes.

Bronchoscopy test


A bronchoscopy is a procedure that allows a doctor to examine the inside of the lungs, including the bronchi, which are the main pathways into the lungs.

During a bronchoscopy, a doctor inserts a thin tube containing a light and camera into the lungs through the nose or mouth. The doctor can use the findings to diagnose infections, tumors, or diseases in the lungs.

It is a relatively quick and painless procedure, it requires little preparation, and people tend to recover quickly.

In this article, we describe what to expect before, during, and after a bronchoscopy. We also discuss the uses of this procedure and associated complications.

Diabetes & Thyroid Scan

Thyroid physiology is based on a regulatory feedback system typically found in endocrine systems. The hypothalamus secretes thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH), which stimulates the anterior pituitary gland to secrete thyrotropin or TSH. TSH increases iodide uptake and oxidation that leads to organification and coupling, which are necessary steps to produce the thyroid hormones T4 and triiodothyronine (T3). TSH also stimulates growth and vasculature of the thyroid that could potentially lead to a goiter if excessive. Of the thyroid hormone secreted, 90% is T4, and 9% is T3. T3 derives from deiodination of T4; therefore, 80% of circulating T3 is from T4. During serious debilitating illness or starvation, T3 production is reduced, possibly as a control mechanism to reduce the metabolic rate, which may be useful during recovery.

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