We have a reputable team of Residents and Visiting Medical Consultants who are well qualified and experienced in their respective field.
They are strongly supported by a dedicated nursing team and paramedical staff in all the discipline of medicine to deliver personalised service.
The combined force provides specialised outpatient as well as inpatient services.
The unit is open 24-hours and 7 days a week providing care to more than 20,000 patients each year. All emergency cases will be attended by our very experienced Medical Officer specially trained to handle trauma and emergency cases and a team of highly experienced nurses.
Referral to specialist is done immediately when necessary.
The unit is also equipped with a minor operation theatre for minor surgeries and other emergency procedures.
At Lablink everyone of us from both the technical and administrative sections work in harmony in pursuing and meeting QUALITY STANDARDS in laboratory practice. We shall meet the needs and expectations of the medical practitioners who are our direct clients and in doing so our service will provide maximum benefits and satisfaction to the patients.
We take every opportunity given to us by our client doctors to make their already complex job easier, by providing accurate laboratory results and correct interpretations along with appropriate advice in the quickest possible "turn around" time. We work hard towards achieving this goal and helping our doctors to keep up with the continued advances in laboratory science. In providing prompt, cordial and cost effective service, patients' welfare is uppermost on the mind of our staff.
The laboratory is equipped with the latest state-of-art facilities providing services such as
- Clinical Biochemistry
- Blood Transfusion Services
Laboratory is open on Sunday/Public Holiday and after office hours. Overtime charge is charged on the tests done during these hours.
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1. General Radiography unit.
5. Computerised Tomography ( CT Scan) –64 slices
6. Magnectic Resounance Imaging (MRI) -1.5T
7. Cath.Lab Angiography.
A basic radiological imaging procedure on body parts upon clinician request
It is also called as 'breast Imaging'
Mammography is the process of using low-energy-X-rays (usually around 30 kVp) to examine the human breast and is used as a diagnostic and a screening tool.
The goal of mammography is the
1) Early detection of breast cancer,
2) Typically through detection of characteristic masses
3) Detection of microcalcifications.
A technique of using ultrasound modality to produce images within the body to diagnose and high frequency of sound wave is use instead of radiation.
Ultrasound images help in the diagnosis of a wide range of diseases and conditions, including stomach problems. During an ultrasound test, high-frequency sound waves, inaudible to the human ear, are transmitted through body tissues using an instrument called a transducer, which transmits the information to a computer that displays the information on a monitor.
It is used to create images of soft tissue structures, such as the gallbladder, liver, heart, kidneys, pancreas, bladder, thyroid gland, prostate, female reproductive organs, and even of babies in the uterus.
Ultrasound can also measure the flow of blood in the arteries to detect blockages.
Types of ultrasound examination:
- Pelvic region
- Liver, gall bladder and pancreas
-3D isotropic resolution
-Contrast enhanced MRA
-Non-Contrast MRA and Venography
Onco Suite Ortho Suite
Scientific Suite (Blade,Space,Ipat)
Also known as magnetic resonance imaging, is a pain-free non-invasive test used to produce two dimensional images of body structures by using intense magnetic fields on to patient body.
Common MRI investigation
- Brain - Lesion , bleed or looking for early detection of infarct
- Extremities and joints.
- Spines and spinal cord
- MR angio.
Cath. Lab Angiography
It is part of interventional radiography examination such as blood vessel in some organs and heart.
Some example that dedicated angio system can be use as following examination :
1. Coronary Angiogram
3. Interventional Radiology (IR) procedure
How to get our service
Request for x-ray examination must be referred by consultants and general practitioner via
1. Request form
2. Appointment via phone (need referral letter upon arrival)
3. On line request (available within hospital premises)
4. Memmo instruction by authorized qualified medical personnel.
Computed tomography or CT scan (previously known as CAT scan, the "A" standing for "axial") uses a high amount of ionizing radiation (in the form of X-rays) in conjunction with a computer to create images of both soft and hard tissues.
These images look as though the patient was sliced like bread (thus, "tomography"-- "tomo" means "slice"). The machine looks similar to an MRI machine, but is not related.
The exams are generally short, most lasting only as long as a breath-hold.
A CT scan can be used to study all parts of your body, such as the brain,chest, abdomen, pelvis, or an arm or leg. It can take pictures of body organs, such as the liver,pancreas, intestines, kidneys, bladder, adrenal glands, lungs, and heart. It also can study blood vessels, bones, and the spinal cord.
It combines many x-ray images with the aid of a computer to generate cross-sectional views and, if needed, three-dimensional images of the internal organs and structures of the body. A CT scan is used to define normal and abnormal structures in the body with high resolution images.
Our high end facility
64 Multislices CT ( MDCT):
What is an advantages of 64 multi slice CT or (64MDCT)
- Syngo CT CaScoring
- Syngo CT Coronary Analysis
- Syngo CT Cardiac Function
- Syngo CT Vascular Analysis
- Syngo CT Colonography
- Syngo CT Lung CAD
- Syngo CT Osteo
CT Scan is used to diagnose such as:
- Brain defect of bleed
- Bone defect
- Lung defect
- Bleed in other organs
- Vertebral defect
- CT Angiography (CTA)
- 3D reconstruction
- Dental MPR scan
What you need to do for CT examination.
- Patient must be in the department 15 minute earlier .
- Patient with medication must inform the radiographer on duty.
- Radio opaque should be removed
Note : Liquid diluted gastrografin (contrast media) to be taken orally 20-30 minutes before examination (as required).
An Imaging procedure for dynamic study which specialization examination area examined by doctors.
Fluorocopy (Special Examination)
Special examination is an imaging procedure involving difference of positive contrast (Barium sulphate solvent or organic iodine suspension). The contrast media is given to the patient through tube, injection or oral.
Types of examination & the contrast used
Dissolved Barium sulphate
2. Urinary System
IVU (Intravenous Urogram)
Organic iodine suspension
3. Nerve System
Myelogram - organic Iodnie Suspension
4. Vascular System
Organic Iodine suspension
- HSG (Hysterosalphingogram)
( Please inform the nurse or radiographer if you are allergic to any drugs before examination on during the booking of appointment ).
Cardiac MRI, with or without contrast, offers unprecedented clarity of cardiac structure and accurate assessment of cardiac function. With its 3-dimensional scanning nature, it is the most accurate tool for the evaluation of LV and RV function. For more information, please contact our Diagnostic Imaging Dept at 03- 3377 7843 / 7844 during office hours.
Flow Chart Of Haemodialy
-To monitor patient's blood profile and response to treatment regularly
-To provide a safe and conducive environment for patients undergoing dialysis treatment
-To provide counseling to patients with active participation from family members
• The Haemodialysis Service provides dialysis treatment to all patients that required treatment as prescribed by the Nephrologists.
• A patient roster is done by the Nephrologists / trained staff of the unit to accommodate the patient.
• The service is open from:
o 6:30am to 9:00pm on Monday, Wednesday and Friday
o 6.30am to 6.00pm on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
The closing hours may change according to patient needs and schedule
A staff is placed on call after closing hours and in case of an emergency dialysis, the on-call staff will be paged to come to the Hospital. A patient requires urgent dialysis is usually done in the Intensive Care Unit / Coronary Care Unit (ICU / CCU).
Patients that come for dialysis are treated as outpatients and after each treatment, payment will be made at the Haemodialysis Service and Accounts Service. Call for inquiries or appointment: 03-33 777895
- Hand function training
- Early intervention programme
- Activity of daily living training
- Cognitive & attention training
- Fine & gross motor training
- Sensory integration treatment
- Oral-facial muscle training
- Visual perception training
- Social interaction skills training (Group therapy)
- Behavioural modification
- Pressure garments
- Sensory stimulations
- Stress management
- Pre & post prosthesis training
After working hour service (for in patients):