Diagnostic & Intensive Care Services


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Diagnostic & Radiology Services

Body Composition Analysis is a tool used to evaluate a person's weight by showing the calculation of fat, protein, mineral, and body water. This tool can provide more accurate picture of the condition of your body. Body Composition Analysis can also accurately show changes in fat mass, lean muscle mass, and body fat percentage.

CT scan is a tool that scans the head, lungs, heart, stomach, bones. This tool can provide more detailed and accurate information for purposes such as:

  • diagnose disorders of muscles, bones, joints
  • detect the location and size of the tumor
  • detect and monitor cancer and heart disease conditions
  • detects the location of infection and blood clots
  • detect the location of internal bleeding

Catheterization Laboratory is also known as cardiac catheterization and angiography is an invasive diagnostic cardiology medical procedure. The benefits of cardiac catheterization are:

  • Determine the location of the narrowing or blockage in the blood vessels
  • Measure the pressure and oxygen levels in each cavity of the heart
  • Knowing the pumping power of the heart
  • Perform a biopsy, which is taking a tissue sample from the heart
  • Look for abnormalities in the heart valves
  • Diagnose congenital heart defects in newborns (congenital heart disease)
  • Treating coronary heart disease

Medical actions that can be taken to correct heart defects through the cardiac catheterization method include:

  • Angioplasty with or without stent placement
  • Closing heart leaks
  • Repair or replace damaged heart valves

Ultrasound is used to identify the condition of the fetus, uterus, amniotic fluid, placenta, and so on during the pregnancy period using Ultra Sound Wave. 2D ultrasound is a standard tool used by obstetricians to monitor fetal growth. Meanwhile, 4D ultrasound is a tool that can display live images of the moving fetus.

Thyroid ultrasound is a commonly used imaging procedure for the detection of thyroid nodules, thyroid cancer and their metastases, as well as for evaluation after thyroid surgery.

Cardiac ultrasound or also known as echocardiography (ECG) is an imaging procedure to examine the structure and function of the heart using ultrasound waves. With cardiac ultrasound, doctors can examine parts of the heart to help make a diagnosis for patients who have heart disease.

Abdominal ultrasound is an imaging procedure used to diagnose conditions such as gallstones, kidney stones, abdominal aortic aneurysms, liver tumors, and pancreatic cancer.

Electroencephalography (EEG) is a technique used to measure electrical activity in the brain. It is often used to diagnose disorders, such as epilepsy and Alzheimer's disease. An EEG can also be used to monitor the patient during surgery or during sleep.

Gastroscopy is a diagnostic procedure that uses a small endoscope to look inside the stomach and small intestine. This can help diagnose problems with the stomach, small intestine, or both.

Gastroscopy is used for purposes such as:

  • diagnosing disease such as GERD
  • evaluate whether a person has Crohn's disease or other types of inflammatory bowel disease
  • check for damage caused by Helicobacter pylori (a bacterium that can cause gastritis and other stomach problems)

Colonoscopy is a procedure that is often used to diagnose and treat certain diseases of the intestines. A colonoscopy is performed to identify sores, irritation, polyps or cancer in the colon and rectum. During a colonoscopy, a long thin tube called a binocular is passed through the rectum and down the anus. The scope allows the doctor to see the inside of the colon and any abnormalities that may be present.

Audiometry is a hearing test to measure hearing ability. The test can be used to diagnose conditions such as hearing loss, tinnitus, and Meniere's disease, as well to monitor the progression of hearing loss. Audiometry is done by listening to a certain sound, tone, or frequency to the patient.

Treadmill is a device that allows a person to walk or run in place while remaining in the same place. Treadmill examination for medical purposes, usually done to detect the presence of diseases related to the heart such as diagnosis of Arrhythmia, Coronary Artery Disease and heart treatment guide.

Treadmills are also often used as a form of physical therapy for people with injuries or conditions that prevent them from walking or running on their own. The machine helps the person to regain movement and strength in their legs and lower body. Treadmills can also be used for people recovering from surgery.

Colposcopy is a procedure to look at your cervix, which is the opening of your uterus in more detail. A colposcopy may be recommended by a doctor if you have an abnormal Pap smear.

With colposcopy, the doctor will get an enlarged view of the cervix and look for any abnormal areas.

Body Mass Index is a way for you to find out your ideal weight as measured by your weight and height. Use the BMI formula to calculate your BMI score, which can reveal whether you are in the normal weight, underweight, overweight or obese categories.

Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive surgical procedure or in other words surgery with a 1cm incision. This operation is performed using cameras, monitors and special instruments to perform surgery through a monitor screen without seeing and touching the patient's limbs. Laparoscopy is a more comfortable and safe method for the patient because the surgical wound is minimal. Since it was first introduced, this surgical technique has shown its advantages over conventional surgery and has grown rapidly up until now.

This surgical technique can be used for surgery:

  • Inflammation of the appendix
  • Hernia
  • Gallstones
  • Intra-abdominal biopsy
  • Intra-abdominal adhesions
  • Diagnostic intra-abdominal abnormalities

echocardiography (ECG) is an imaging procedure to examine the structure and function of the heart using ultrasound waves. With cardiac ultrasound, doctors can examine parts of the heart to help make a diagnosis for patients who have heart disease.

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