Equipment and Systems
- Laparoscopic OT-2
- Orthopaedic OT-1
- Neurosurgery OT-1
- ENT OT-1
- Ophthalmic OT-1
- Gynec OT & IVF Centre
- Well-equipped, ultra-modern operation theatres WITH HDU (High Dependency Unit).
- Eight operation theatres equipped with highly sophisticated equipments (anesthesia workstations, multi-parameter monitor, laparoscopes, defibrillator, C-arm, LED LIGHTS & important life saving devices to carry out all types of complicated surgeries). Operating Microscope for spine & Neurosurgery operations with separate modular laminar flow operation theater for joint replacements and other sophisticated surgeries.
- Minimal Access Surgery headed by Dr A K Bansal and Dr Vandana Bansal along with his team of surgeons carry out advanced laparoscopic Surgery using high definition image system by KARL STORZ with all latest energy source equipments like HARMONIC SCALPEL, VESSEL SEALING SYSTEMS (MARTIN MAXXIUM/LIGASURE FORCE TRIAD).
All advanced laparoscopy procedures are done including single incision Lap. Surgery (SILS) & NOTES (National Orifice Trans-Endoscopic Surgery).
- ENDO-UROLOGY – PCNL for kidney stone disease
- URETERO-RENOSCOPY USING RIGID & FLEXIBLE SCOPES- for Ureteric stone removal.
- TURP/RURF-For Prostatic enlargement & Bladder Tumours.
- OIU-For Stricture urethra Management
Some important instruments of OT:
- 6 Operation theaters
- Endoscopy Camera (Digital) - Stryker/Bhandari
- Sonosurge Machine – Olympus
- CO2 Electronic Laproflator – Karl Storz
- Liga Sure Machine – Valley Lab
- B.V. Image Intensifier (C-Arm) – Philips
- C-Arm image intensifier machine (HF-49) Frame Memory 15" with Monitor (Ortho) - Allengers
- CO2 Electronic Laproflator Machine – Frontline [W.O.M.]
- Camera – Frontline
- Light Source – Lamkexon
- Hysteroscopy system with T.V. Camera Standard Set - Olympus
- Agilent 71034, M-1205A [Modular] Viridia 24 [Option-A] – Philips
- Olympus Occuflex – Olympus
- Ureteroscope B/9, 8 FRX 430 MM – Olympus
- Coloposcope Machine with Camera – JDS Medison
- Life Care Equipment – Life care
- Xennon Light Source – Olympus
- Agilent [NBP Monitor] A-3 Patient Monitor – Philips/Scorpia
- Agilent [NBP Monitor] A-3 Patient Monitor – Philips/Scorpia
- Ventilator (Anaesthesia) – Detex-Ohmeda
- Multi Para Monitor – BPL
- Light Source – Frontline/Richard Wolf
- Telescope [1.0-10mm] – Karl Storz
- Olympus [0-10mm]
- Harmonic Scalpel Generator 300 – Johnson & Johnson
- Microscope Medical Equipment – Towa sales
- TURP Set – R.S. Surgical
- Hysteroscope Set Consisting Machine – R.S. Surgical
- RMS Corus 9" HF Mobile C-Arm Image Intensifier Machine - RMS
Our department provides the necessary training to meet the total range of patient care responsibilities involved in preventing disabilities and promoting restoration of function to the physically impaired, including Musculoskeletal, Neuromuscular disorders that interfere with the physical function.
Our management includes prescription of Exercise Therapy with the aid of continuous Passive movement device, Electronic Cervical and Lumbar Traction Unit, Moist Heat Therapy and Paraffin Wax Bath, Manual Therapy, Electrotherapy treatment - Short Wave Diathermy, Interferential Therapy, Infrared Radiation Therapy, Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve stimulation Therapy and Laser Probe.
We are specialized in treating
Neck and Back Problems, Sciatica, Mobility/Gait problems, Frozen Shoulder, Tennis/Golfers Elbow, Fasciitis/Heel Spurs, Sports Injuries, Acute Muscle and Tendon Sprains, Acute Joint and ligament Strains, Overuse Strain & Sprain Injuries, Arthritic pain, stiffness & weakness, General Respiratory Conditions, Pre surgery advice, Post Surgery Rehabilitation i.e knee replacements, hip replacements, ligament tears, joint dislocations/subluxations, etc.
Our physiotherapy Centre caters to the rehabilitation needs of in-patients as well as of out-patients. The Physiotherapy department also serves as an advance training centre for Physiotherapists from Jeevan Jyoti Institute of Medical Sciences affiliated and recognized by the state government.
We have 2D ultrasound machines which are also on regular use listed below. Ultrasound machines are available for diagnostic purpose.
3D ultrasound is a medical ultrasound technique, often used in obstetric ultrasonography (during pregnancy), providing three-dimensional images of the fetus. 3D Ultrasound or also referred to as Phased Array Ultrasonics is also used extensively in the Non Destructuve Evaluation of materials for purity and failure assesment. Very useful in flaw detection and morphology.
There are several different scanning modes in medical and obstetric ultrasound. The standard common obstetric diagnostic mode is 2D scanning. In 3D fetal scanning, however, instead of the sound waves being sent straight down and reflected back, they are sent at different angles.
4D fetal ultrasounds are similar to 3D scans, with the difference associated with time: 4D allows a 3-dimensional picture in real time, rather than delayed, due to the lag associated with the computer constructed image, as in classic 3-dimensional ultrasound. We have provided such facilities.
If the system is used only in the Obstetrics Application, the ultrasound energy is limited by the manufacturer below FDA limits for obstetrical ultrasound, whether scanning 2, 3 or 4 dimensionally. (The FDA limit for obstetrical ultrasound is 94 mW/cm.) While there has been no conclusive evidence for harmful effects of 3D ultrasounds on a developing fetus. 4D Ultrasound 4D ultrasound is like a sneak peek into a secret world. It's miles ahead of those fuzzy ultrasound pictures that show the baby as a faint white blob. We have 4D Ultrasound also for patients care.
Duplex Ultrasonography & Colour Doppler
Duplex ultrasonography (more commonly but less correctly known as duplex ultrasound) is a form of medical ultrasonography that incorporates two elements:
- Grayscale ultrasound to visualize the structure or architecture of the body part. No motion or bloodflow is assessed. This is the way plaque is directly imaged in a blood vessel, with the reader typically commenting on cross-sectional narrowing (greater than 70% is typically considered worthy of treatment).
- Color-doppler ultrasound to visualize the flow or movement of a structure, typically used to image blood within an artery. Blood flow velocities increase through a region of narrowing, like a finger pressing up against the end of a running garden hose. Increased velocities indicate a region of narrowing or resistance (velocities greater than 250 cm/s are typically considered worthy of treatment).
Both displays are presented on the same screen ("duplex") as overlapping images to facilitate interpretation.
In our centre we have 10 ultrasound machines:
- 1. Aloka SSD 4000 Plus 2D
- 2. Medison System India (P) Ltd. SA X-1 2D
- 3. Aloka/Trivetron SSD-900 2D
- 4. SIEMENS Acuson X-300 3D
- 5. Medison System India (P) Ltd. SA-X1 3D
- 6. Aloka Micrus-SSD-500 3D
- 7. Wipro Ge Logiq P5 3D
- 8. Ultrasound Machine Acuson X-300 Unit System along with accessories & probes SIEMENS Accuson X-300 3D
- 9. DC-7 Color Doppler System with Convex Probe, Endocavity Probe, Linear Probe & Volume 4D Convex Probe MEDISON DC-7 Color Doppler System
- 10. USG Voluson 730 Pro colour Doppler with accessories, M.Console & Probes Wipro GE 730 PRO 4D
In Jeevan Jyoti Hospital Doppler echocardiography is a procedure that uses ultrasound technology to examine the heart or blood vessels. An echocardiogram uses high frequency sound waves to create an image of the heart while the use of Doppler technology allows determination of the speed and direction of blood flow by utilizing the Doppler effect.
An advantage of Doppler echocardiography is that it can be used to measure blood flow within the heart without invasiveprocedures such as cardiac catheterization.
2D Doppler Imaging
Unlike 1D Doppler imaging, which can only provide one-dimensional velocity and has dependency on the beam to flow angle, 2D velocity estimation using Doppler ultrasound is able to generate velocity vectors with axial and lateral velocity components. 2D velocity is useful even if complex flow conditions such as stenosis and bifurcation exist. There are two major methods of 2D velocity estimation using ultrasound: Speckle tracking and crossed beam Vector Doppler, which are based on measuring the time shifts and phase shifts respectively. These facilities are available in our centres.
MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) is similar to Ultrasound, MRI is a non invasive, non ionizing radiation modality. The biggest advantage of our machine is that it is an open type of MR machine having unique “C” shaped magnet which creates an open & free atmosphere which gives a feeling of spaciousness & relaxation & a boon for the claustrophobic patients. In this machine there is no fear of closed space & going inside the duct like structure. Another advantage of this machine is, that it allows MRI of patients with implants which is not possible with other heavy magnate machines.
Hospital is providing 50% discount to poor patients on MRI test to encourage patients to get their MRI test done without extra burden on their pocket.
Siemens state-of- the-art MRI scanner is installed which provides high quality images at reduced scan times which is very important for patients who find it difficult to remain still for long periods of time. High work flow (patient output), convincing image quality and patient comfort are the salient features of MAGNETOM C MRI Machine at our hospital. Low operating cost allows for studies at affordable charges to the patients being lowest and most affordable to the patients. Multichannel imaging allows for simultaneous placement of 4 coils for faster head to toe (whole body) scan.
All systems of the body imaged through MRI. This include Neurological scans (brain & spine),Abdominal and Pelvic scans -including MRI scans of Liver, MRCP, MR Enterography, MRI prostate, MRI rectum, MRI of female pelvis, Cardiovascular (heart and blood vessels) system, breast and musculoskeletal (bones and joints) system.
A CT scan, also called X-ray computed tomography (X-ray CT) or computerized axial tomography scan (CAT scan), makes use of computer-processed combinations of many X-ray images taken from different angles to produce cross-sectional (tomographic) images (virtual 'slices') of specific areas of a scanned object, allowing the to see inside the object without cutting.
As X-ray CT is the most common form of CT in medicine and various other contexts, the term computed tomography alone (or CT) is often used to refer to X-ray CT, although other types exist (such as positron emission tomography[PET] and single-photon emission computed tomography [SPECT]). Older and less preferred terms that also refer to X-ray CT are computed axial tomography (CAT scan) and computer-aided/assisted tomography. X-ray CT is a form of radiography, although the word "radiography" used alone usually refers, by wide convention, to non-tomographic radiography.
CT produces a volume of data that can be manipulated in order to demonstrate various bodily structures based on their ability to block the X-ray beam. Although, historically, the images generated were in the axial or transverse plane, perpendicular to the long axis of the body, modern scanners allow this volume of data to be reformatted in various planes or even as volumetric (3D) representations of structures. Although most common in medicine.
That the CT Scan is very much prominent in Allahabad so we are approved by North Central Railway for there patients for diagnosis by our CT Scan department.
Dexa Scan Bone density scanning, also called Dual-Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DEXA) or bone densitometry, is an enhanced form of x-ray technology that is used to measure bone loss. DEXA is today's established standard for measuring bone mineral density (BMD). Ultrasound Scanner DPXNT Medical Equipment BONE-DEXA Machine.
DEXA is most often used to diagnose osteoporosis, a condition that often affects women after menopause but may also be found in men. Osteoporosis involves a gradual loss of calcium, as well as structural changes, causing the bones to become thinner, more fragile and more likely to break.
DEXA is also effective in tracking the effects of treatment for Osteoporosis. The DEXA test can also assess an individual's risk for developing fractures. The risk of fracture is affected by age, body weight, history of prior fracture, family history of osteoporotic fractures and life style issues such as cigarette smoking and excessive alcohol consumption. These factors are taken into consideration when deciding if a patient needs therapy.
Mammography is a simple X-ray process. It passes low doses of X-rays through the breasts. No dyes have to be injected or swallowed, and no instruments will be put in body.
Some growths are very small or lie deep in the breast tissue. These growths can be hard to detect. Some growths are benign (not cancer); others may be malignant (cancer). Mammography is a good way to find cancerous growths before they are large enough to be felt. When cancer is found in this early stage, it is easier to treat. Caught early enough, breast cancer often can be cured.
Mammography is also useful for checking growths that have been felt during a physical exam by a doctor or a breast self-exam. Women aged 40–49 years should have mammography done every 1–2 years. Women aged 50 years and older should have it done every year. At certain risk factors the test at a younger age may be recommended