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Functional MRI- Delhi

Prerequisite:

General instructions for MRI A. For All MRI (i) Fasting is routinely not required unless specified in special instructions (ii) Pace makers, Aeurysmal clips, insulin pumps & recent magnetic implants are contra indications. (iii) Pl remove jewellery at home for safety purpose. Remove eye make up before coming. (iv) If you have MRI incompatible pacemakers – MRI is not advised & is contraindicated. With MRI compatible pacemakers MRI is possible with support of yr pacemaker company engineer. Pl talk to yr pacemaker company engineer to organise with our FDO & techie team to fix appointment for MRI to make suitable changes in pacemaker mode at time of MRI. . (iv) If patient has CT scan & contrast MRI both – do CT scan before contrast MRI as Gadolinium (MRI contrast) can affect quality of plain CT especially in abdomen. (vi) appointment desirable (vii) If there is MRI brain & EEG – try to do MRI brain before EEG. If do EEG before MRI brain – then clean the paste well , otherwise it can lead to artefacts during MRI. (v) biopsy of any given part to be done after MRI study. vi Gap between MR lymphangiography and lymphoscintigraphy should be more than 4 to 5 days. vii MRCP to be done before starting oral for CT abdomen. viii Holter monitoring to be done after completing MRI study. (ix) Bring old records- text reports, films, CD. (x) Today, most ortho implants, pacemakers etc are MRI compatible. If MRI compatible then we can do MRI even on next day of surgery. However pl confirm from your doctor about MRI compatibility in writing. (xi) Coronary stents & sternal sutures ( in cardiac bye pass) are not a contra indication for MRI. B. For Pregnant patient – Bring Photocopy of doctor precription & photo ID proof (adhar card, Voter ID or driving licence) for PNDT requirements (for Delhi center only) . B. For Sedation – Required for un coopertive patients like children etc. If patient has severe cough & cold / nasal blockage, fever, kidney or liver disease, low haemoglobin – avoid any kind of sedation. There are two types of sedation – oral & IV sedation. (i) Oral sedation – Usually works well for children < 2 yrs. Keep child fasting, bring his favourite food, remove metal from his body surface & clothes. We give oral sedative followed by meal after consultation with anasthetist, child likely to go to sleep. (ii) For IV sedation - fasting is required for 5-6 hours for IV sedation in consultation with yr doctor & our techie / anasthetist team. (C) For Contrast studies – Kidney function should be normal. Under certain circumstances like age more than 60 yrs, known case of kidney disease, long standing diabetic or hypertensive. . Please bring your record of recent ( no more than 4 week old) Serum creatinine/eGFR report if already done. Else it may be done at Saral. After contrast study increase liquid intake for 24hrs after talking to your doctor. if patient is lactating mother then feeding should be stopped for 24hrs. Can store milk if indicated. If patient is pregnant then contrast study should be avoided , especially in first 3 months. In contrast study post procedure instruction to drink more fluids after consultation with dr (D) For Techie Do CT before MRI contrast injection as it may affect CT image quality.

Diagnostics Price:

14,000

Functional MRI- Delhi

Diagnostics Price:

14,000

MRI Parotid Gland / Thyroid / Submandibular Region / Mandible region- Delhi

Prerequisite:

General instructions for MRI A. For All MRI (i) Fasting is routinely not required unless specified in special instructions (ii) Pace makers, Aeurysmal clips, insulin pumps & recent magnetic implants are contra indications. (iii) Pl remove jewellery at home for safety purpose. Remove eye make up before coming. (iv) If you have MRI incompatible pacemakers – MRI is not advised & is contraindicated. With MRI compatible pacemakers MRI is possible with support of yr pacemaker company engineer. Pl talk to yr pacemaker company engineer to organise with our FDO & techie team to fix appointment for MRI to make suitable changes in pacemaker mode at time of MRI. . (iv) If patient has CT scan & contrast MRI both – do CT scan before contrast MRI as Gadolinium (MRI contrast) can affect quality of plain CT especially in abdomen. (vi) appointment desirable (vii) If there is MRI brain & EEG – try to do MRI brain before EEG. If do EEG before MRI brain – then clean the paste well , otherwise it can lead to artefacts during MRI. (v) biopsy of any given part to be done after MRI study. vi Gap between MR lymphangiography and lymphoscintigraphy should be more than 4 to 5 days. vii MRCP to be done before starting oral for CT abdomen. viii Holter monitoring to be done after completing MRI study. (ix) Bring old records- text reports, films, CD. (x) Today, most ortho implants, pacemakers etc are MRI compatible. If MRI compatible then we can do MRI even on next day of surgery. However pl confirm from your doctor about MRI compatibility in writing. (xi) Coronary stents & sternal sutures ( in cardiac bye pass) are not a contra indication for MRI. B. For Pregnant patient – Bring Photocopy of doctor precription & photo ID proof (adhar card, Voter ID or driving licence) for PNDT requirements (for Delhi center only) . B. For Sedation – Required for un coopertive patients like children etc. If patient has severe cough & cold / nasal blockage, fever, kidney or liver disease, low haemoglobin – avoid any kind of sedation. There are two types of sedation – oral & IV sedation. (i) Oral sedation – Usually works well for children < 2 yrs. Keep child fasting, bring his favourite food, remove metal from his body surface & clothes. We give oral sedative followed by meal after consultation with anasthetist, child likely to go to sleep. (ii) For IV sedation - fasting is required for 5-6 hours for IV sedation in consultation with yr doctor & our techie / anasthetist team. (C) For Contrast studies – Kidney function should be normal. Under certain circumstances like age more than 60 yrs, known case of kidney disease, long standing diabetic or hypertensive. . Please bring your record of recent ( no more than 4 week old) Serum creatinine/eGFR report if already done. Else it may be done at Saral. After contrast study increase liquid intake for 24hrs after talking to your doctor. if patient is lactating mother then feeding should be stopped for 24hrs. Can store milk if indicated. If patient is pregnant then contrast study should be avoided , especially in first 3 months. In contrast study post procedure instruction to drink more fluids after consultation with dr (D) For Techie Do CT before MRI contrast injection as it may affect CT image quality.

Diagnostics Price:

9,000

MRI Parotid Gland / Thyroid / Submandibular Region / Mandible region- Delhi

Diagnostics Price:

9,000

MRI Parotid Gland / Thyroid / Submandibular Region / Mandible region- Delhi (With Contrast)

Prerequisite:

General instructions for MRI A. For All MRI (i) Fasting is routinely not required unless specified in special instructions (ii) Pace makers, Aeurysmal clips, insulin pumps & recent magnetic implants are contra indications. (iii) Pl remove jewellery at home for safety purpose. Remove eye make up before coming. (iv) If you have MRI incompatible pacemakers – MRI is not advised & is contraindicated. With MRI compatible pacemakers MRI is possible with support of yr pacemaker company engineer. Pl talk to yr pacemaker company engineer to organise with our FDO & techie team to fix appointment for MRI to make suitable changes in pacemaker mode at time of MRI. . (iv) If patient has CT scan & contrast MRI both – do CT scan before contrast MRI as Gadolinium (MRI contrast) can affect quality of plain CT especially in abdomen. (vi) appointment desirable (vii) If there is MRI brain & EEG – try to do MRI brain before EEG. If do EEG before MRI brain – then clean the paste well , otherwise it can lead to artefacts during MRI. (v) biopsy of any given part to be done after MRI study. vi Gap between MR lymphangiography and lymphoscintigraphy should be more than 4 to 5 days. vii MRCP to be done before starting oral for CT abdomen. viii Holter monitoring to be done after completing MRI study. (ix) Bring old records- text reports, films, CD. (x) Today, most ortho implants, pacemakers etc are MRI compatible. If MRI compatible then we can do MRI even on next day of surgery. However pl confirm from your doctor about MRI compatibility in writing. (xi) Coronary stents & sternal sutures ( in cardiac bye pass) are not a contra indication for MRI. B. For Pregnant patient – Bring Photocopy of doctor precription & photo ID proof (adhar card, Voter ID or driving licence) for PNDT requirements (for Delhi center only) . B. For Sedation – Required for un coopertive patients like children etc. If patient has severe cough & cold / nasal blockage, fever, kidney or liver disease, low haemoglobin – avoid any kind of sedation. There are two types of sedation – oral & IV sedation. (i) Oral sedation – Usually works well for children < 2 yrs. Keep child fasting, bring his favourite food, remove metal from his body surface & clothes. We give oral sedative followed by meal after consultation with anasthetist, child likely to go to sleep. (ii) For IV sedation - fasting is required for 5-6 hours for IV sedation in consultation with yr doctor & our techie / anasthetist team. (C) For Contrast studies – Kidney function should be normal. Under certain circumstances like age more than 60 yrs, known case of kidney disease, long standing diabetic or hypertensive. . Please bring your record of recent ( no more than 4 week old) Serum creatinine/eGFR report if already done. Else it may be done at Saral. After contrast study increase liquid intake for 24hrs after talking to your doctor. if patient is lactating mother then feeding should be stopped for 24hrs. Can store milk if indicated. If patient is pregnant then contrast study should be avoided , especially in first 3 months. In contrast study post procedure instruction to drink more fluids after consultation with dr (D) For Techie Do CT before MRI contrast injection as it may affect CT image quality.

Diagnostics Price:

13,500

MRI Parotid Gland / Thyroid / Submandibular Region / Mandible region- Delhi (With Contrast)

Diagnostics Price:

13,500

MRI (Shoulder/ Thumb / scapular region/ elbow/ arm/ foot/ Wrist / Hand / ankle/ finger/ toe/ Sternoclavicular joint / TM Jt/ Sternum /Supraclavicular region / Sternoclavicular / Axilla / Pelvis with Upper thigh / Carpo Metacarpal / Scapula / Proximal thigh ( Each Study)- Delhi

Prerequisite:

General instructions for MRI A. For All MRI (i) Fasting is routinely not required unless specified in special instructions (ii) Pace makers, Aeurysmal clips, insulin pumps & recent magnetic implants are contra indications. (iii) Pl remove jewellery at home for safety purpose. Remove eye make up before coming. (iv) If you have MRI incompatible pacemakers – MRI is not advised & is contraindicated. With MRI compatible pacemakers MRI is possible with support of yr pacemaker company engineer. Pl talk to yr pacemaker company engineer to organise with our FDO & techie team to fix appointment for MRI to make suitable changes in pacemaker mode at time of MRI. . (iv) If patient has CT scan & contrast MRI both – do CT scan before contrast MRI as Gadolinium (MRI contrast) can affect quality of plain CT especially in abdomen. (vi) appointment desirable (vii) If there is MRI brain & EEG – try to do MRI brain before EEG. If do EEG before MRI brain – then clean the paste well , otherwise it can lead to artefacts during MRI. (v) biopsy of any given part to be done after MRI study. vi Gap between MR lymphangiography and lymphoscintigraphy should be more than 4 to 5 days. vii MRCP to be done before starting oral for CT abdomen. viii Holter monitoring to be done after completing MRI study. (ix) Bring old records- text reports, films, CD. (x) Today, most ortho implants, pacemakers etc are MRI compatible. If MRI compatible then we can do MRI even on next day of surgery. However pl confirm from your doctor about MRI compatibility in writing. (xi) Coronary stents & sternal sutures ( in cardiac bye pass) are not a contra indication for MRI. B. For Pregnant patient – Bring Photocopy of doctor precription & photo ID proof (adhar card, Voter ID or driving licence) for PNDT requirements (for Delhi center only) . B. For Sedation – Required for un coopertive patients like children etc. If patient has severe cough & cold / nasal blockage, fever, kidney or liver disease, low haemoglobin – avoid any kind of sedation. There are two types of sedation – oral & IV sedation. (i) Oral sedation – Usually works well for children < 2 yrs. Keep child fasting, bring his favourite food, remove metal from his body surface & clothes. We give oral sedative followed by meal after consultation with anasthetist, child likely to go to sleep. (ii) For IV sedation - fasting is required for 5-6 hours for IV sedation in consultation with yr doctor & our techie / anasthetist team. (C) For Contrast studies – Kidney function should be normal. Under certain circumstances like age more than 60 yrs, known case of kidney disease, long standing diabetic or hypertensive. . Please bring your record of recent ( no more than 4 week old) Serum creatinine/eGFR report if already done. Else it may be done at Saral. After contrast study increase liquid intake for 24hrs after talking to your doctor. if patient is lactating mother then feeding should be stopped for 24hrs. Can store milk if indicated. If patient is pregnant then contrast study should be avoided , especially in first 3 months. In contrast study post procedure instruction to drink more fluids after consultation with dr (D) For Techie Do CT before MRI contrast injection as it may affect CT image quality.

Diagnostics Price:

9,000

MRI (Shoulder/ Thumb / scapular region/ elbow/ arm/ foot/ Wrist / Hand / ankle/ finger/ toe/ Sternoclavicular joint / TM Jt/ Sternum /Supraclavicular region / Sternoclavicular / Axilla / Pelvis with Upper thigh / Carpo Metacarpal / Scapula / Proximal thigh ( Each Study)- Delhi

Diagnostics Price:

9,000

MRI (Shoulder/ Thumb / scapular region/ elbow/ arm/ foot/ Wrist / Hand / ankle/ finger/ toe/ Sternoclavicular joint / TM Jt/ Sternum /Supraclavicular region / Sternoclavicular / Axilla / Pelvis with Upper thigh / Carpo Metacarpal / Scapula / Proximal thigh ( Each Study)- Delhi (With Contrast)

Prerequisite:

General instructions for MRI A. For All MRI (i) Fasting is routinely not required unless specified in special instructions (ii) Pace makers, Aeurysmal clips, insulin pumps & recent magnetic implants are contra indications. (iii) Pl remove jewellery at home for safety purpose. Remove eye make up before coming. (iv) If you have MRI incompatible pacemakers – MRI is not advised & is contraindicated. With MRI compatible pacemakers MRI is possible with support of yr pacemaker company engineer. Pl talk to yr pacemaker company engineer to organise with our FDO & techie team to fix appointment for MRI to make suitable changes in pacemaker mode at time of MRI. . (iv) If patient has CT scan & contrast MRI both – do CT scan before contrast MRI as Gadolinium (MRI contrast) can affect quality of plain CT especially in abdomen. (vi) appointment desirable (vii) If there is MRI brain & EEG – try to do MRI brain before EEG. If do EEG before MRI brain – then clean the paste well , otherwise it can lead to artefacts during MRI. (v) biopsy of any given part to be done after MRI study. vi Gap between MR lymphangiography and lymphoscintigraphy should be more than 4 to 5 days. vii MRCP to be done before starting oral for CT abdomen. viii Holter monitoring to be done after completing MRI study. (ix) Bring old records- text reports, films, CD. (x) Today, most ortho implants, pacemakers etc are MRI compatible. If MRI compatible then we can do MRI even on next day of surgery. However pl confirm from your doctor about MRI compatibility in writing. (xi) Coronary stents & sternal sutures ( in cardiac bye pass) are not a contra indication for MRI. B. For Pregnant patient – Bring Photocopy of doctor precription & photo ID proof (adhar card, Voter ID or driving licence) for PNDT requirements (for Delhi center only) . B. For Sedation – Required for un coopertive patients like children etc. If patient has severe cough & cold / nasal blockage, fever, kidney or liver disease, low haemoglobin – avoid any kind of sedation. There are two types of sedation – oral & IV sedation. (i) Oral sedation – Usually works well for children < 2 yrs. Keep child fasting, bring his favourite food, remove metal from his body surface & clothes. We give oral sedative followed by meal after consultation with anasthetist, child likely to go to sleep. (ii) For IV sedation - fasting is required for 5-6 hours for IV sedation in consultation with yr doctor & our techie / anasthetist team. (C) For Contrast studies – Kidney function should be normal. Under certain circumstances like age more than 60 yrs, known case of kidney disease, long standing diabetic or hypertensive. . Please bring your record of recent ( no more than 4 week old) Serum creatinine/eGFR report if already done. Else it may be done at Saral. After contrast study increase liquid intake for 24hrs after talking to your doctor. if patient is lactating mother then feeding should be stopped for 24hrs. Can store milk if indicated. If patient is pregnant then contrast study should be avoided , especially in first 3 months. In contrast study post procedure instruction to drink more fluids after consultation with dr (D) For Techie Do CT before MRI contrast injection as it may affect CT image quality.

Diagnostics Price:

13,500

MRI (Shoulder/ Thumb / scapular region/ elbow/ arm/ foot/ Wrist / Hand / ankle/ finger/ toe/ Sternoclavicular joint / TM Jt/ Sternum /Supraclavicular region / Sternoclavicular / Axilla / Pelvis with Upper thigh / Carpo Metacarpal / Scapula / Proximal thigh ( Each Study)- Delhi (With Contrast)

Diagnostics Price:

13,500

MRI Leg / Thigh/ Femur/ (each study)- Delhi

Prerequisite:

General instructions for MRI A. For All MRI (i) Fasting is routinely not required unless specified in special instructions (ii) Pace makers, Aeurysmal clips, insulin pumps & recent magnetic implants are contra indications. (iii) Pl remove jewellery at home for safety purpose. Remove eye make up before coming. (iv) If you have MRI incompatible pacemakers – MRI is not advised & is contraindicated. With MRI compatible pacemakers MRI is possible with support of yr pacemaker company engineer. Pl talk to yr pacemaker company engineer to organise with our FDO & techie team to fix appointment for MRI to make suitable changes in pacemaker mode at time of MRI. . (iv) If patient has CT scan & contrast MRI both – do CT scan before contrast MRI as Gadolinium (MRI contrast) can affect quality of plain CT especially in abdomen. (vi) appointment desirable (vii) If there is MRI brain & EEG – try to do MRI brain before EEG. If do EEG before MRI brain – then clean the paste well , otherwise it can lead to artefacts during MRI. (v) biopsy of any given part to be done after MRI study. vi Gap between MR lymphangiography and lymphoscintigraphy should be more than 4 to 5 days. vii MRCP to be done before starting oral for CT abdomen. viii Holter monitoring to be done after completing MRI study. (ix) Bring old records- text reports, films, CD. (x) Today, most ortho implants, pacemakers etc are MRI compatible. If MRI compatible then we can do MRI even on next day of surgery. However pl confirm from your doctor about MRI compatibility in writing. (xi) Coronary stents & sternal sutures ( in cardiac bye pass) are not a contra indication for MRI. B. For Pregnant patient – Bring Photocopy of doctor precription & photo ID proof (adhar card, Voter ID or driving licence) for PNDT requirements (for Delhi center only) . B. For Sedation – Required for un coopertive patients like children etc. If patient has severe cough & cold / nasal blockage, fever, kidney or liver disease, low haemoglobin – avoid any kind of sedation. There are two types of sedation – oral & IV sedation. (i) Oral sedation – Usually works well for children < 2 yrs. Keep child fasting, bring his favourite food, remove metal from his body surface & clothes. We give oral sedative followed by meal after consultation with anasthetist, child likely to go to sleep. (ii) For IV sedation - fasting is required for 5-6 hours for IV sedation in consultation with yr doctor & our techie / anasthetist team. (C) For Contrast studies – Kidney function should be normal. Under certain circumstances like age more than 60 yrs, known case of kidney disease, long standing diabetic or hypertensive. . Please bring your record of recent ( no more than 4 week old) Serum creatinine/eGFR report if already done. Else it may be done at Saral. After contrast study increase liquid intake for 24hrs after talking to your doctor. if patient is lactating mother then feeding should be stopped for 24hrs. Can store milk if indicated. If patient is pregnant then contrast study should be avoided , especially in first 3 months. In contrast study post procedure instruction to drink more fluids after consultation with dr (D) For Techie Do CT before MRI contrast injection as it may affect CT image quality.

Diagnostics Price:

9,000

MRI Leg / Thigh/ Femur/ (each study)- Delhi

Diagnostics Price:

9,000

MRI Leg / Thigh/ Femur/ (each study)- Delhi (With Contrast)

Prerequisite:

General instructions for MRI A. For All MRI (i) Fasting is routinely not required unless specified in special instructions (ii) Pace makers, Aeurysmal clips, insulin pumps & recent magnetic implants are contra indications. (iii) Pl remove jewellery at home for safety purpose. Remove eye make up before coming. (iv) If you have MRI incompatible pacemakers – MRI is not advised & is contraindicated. With MRI compatible pacemakers MRI is possible with support of yr pacemaker company engineer. Pl talk to yr pacemaker company engineer to organise with our FDO & techie team to fix appointment for MRI to make suitable changes in pacemaker mode at time of MRI. . (iv) If patient has CT scan & contrast MRI both – do CT scan before contrast MRI as Gadolinium (MRI contrast) can affect quality of plain CT especially in abdomen. (vi) appointment desirable (vii) If there is MRI brain & EEG – try to do MRI brain before EEG. If do EEG before MRI brain – then clean the paste well , otherwise it can lead to artefacts during MRI. (v) biopsy of any given part to be done after MRI study. vi Gap between MR lymphangiography and lymphoscintigraphy should be more than 4 to 5 days. vii MRCP to be done before starting oral for CT abdomen. viii Holter monitoring to be done after completing MRI study. (ix) Bring old records- text reports, films, CD. (x) Today, most ortho implants, pacemakers etc are MRI compatible. If MRI compatible then we can do MRI even on next day of surgery. However pl confirm from your doctor about MRI compatibility in writing. (xi) Coronary stents & sternal sutures ( in cardiac bye pass) are not a contra indication for MRI. B. For Pregnant patient – Bring Photocopy of doctor precription & photo ID proof (adhar card, Voter ID or driving licence) for PNDT requirements (for Delhi center only) . B. For Sedation – Required for un coopertive patients like children etc. If patient has severe cough & cold / nasal blockage, fever, kidney or liver disease, low haemoglobin – avoid any kind of sedation. There are two types of sedation – oral & IV sedation. (i) Oral sedation – Usually works well for children < 2 yrs. Keep child fasting, bring his favourite food, remove metal from his body surface & clothes. We give oral sedative followed by meal after consultation with anasthetist, child likely to go to sleep. (ii) For IV sedation - fasting is required for 5-6 hours for IV sedation in consultation with yr doctor & our techie / anasthetist team. (C) For Contrast studies – Kidney function should be normal. Under certain circumstances like age more than 60 yrs, known case of kidney disease, long standing diabetic or hypertensive. . Please bring your record of recent ( no more than 4 week old) Serum creatinine/eGFR report if already done. Else it may be done at Saral. After contrast study increase liquid intake for 24hrs after talking to your doctor. if patient is lactating mother then feeding should be stopped for 24hrs. Can store milk if indicated. If patient is pregnant then contrast study should be avoided , especially in first 3 months. In contrast study post procedure instruction to drink more fluids after consultation with dr (D) For Techie Do CT before MRI contrast injection as it may affect CT image quality.

Diagnostics Price:

13,500

MRI Leg / Thigh/ Femur/ (each study)- Delhi (With Contrast)

Diagnostics Price:

13,500

MRI Liver / liver multiphasic- Delhi

Prerequisite:

always done with contrast

Diagnostics Price:

10,000

MRI Liver / liver multiphasic- Delhi

Diagnostics Price:

10,000

MRI Liver / liver multiphasic- Delhi (With Contrast)

Prerequisite:

always done with contrast

Diagnostics Price:

15,000

MRI Liver / liver multiphasic- Delhi (With Contrast)

Diagnostics Price:

15,000

MRI Oral Cavity / Face / Tongue - Delhi

Prerequisite:

General instructions for MRI A. For All MRI (i) Fasting is routinely not required unless specified in special instructions (ii) Pace makers, Aeurysmal clips, insulin pumps & recent magnetic implants are contra indications. (iii) Pl remove jewellery at home for safety purpose. Remove eye make up before coming. (iv) If you have MRI incompatible pacemakers – MRI is not advised & is contraindicated. With MRI compatible pacemakers MRI is possible with support of yr pacemaker company engineer. Pl talk to yr pacemaker company engineer to organise with our FDO & techie team to fix appointment for MRI to make suitable changes in pacemaker mode at time of MRI. . (iv) If patient has CT scan & contrast MRI both – do CT scan before contrast MRI as Gadolinium (MRI contrast) can affect quality of plain CT especially in abdomen. (vi) appointment desirable (vii) If there is MRI brain & EEG – try to do MRI brain before EEG. If do EEG before MRI brain – then clean the paste well , otherwise it can lead to artefacts during MRI. (v) biopsy of any given part to be done after MRI study. vi Gap between MR lymphangiography and lymphoscintigraphy should be more than 4 to 5 days. vii MRCP to be done before starting oral for CT abdomen. viii Holter monitoring to be done after completing MRI study. (ix) Bring old records- text reports, films, CD. (x) Today, most ortho implants, pacemakers etc are MRI compatible. If MRI compatible then we can do MRI even on next day of surgery. However pl confirm from your doctor about MRI compatibility in writing. (xi) Coronary stents & sternal sutures ( in cardiac bye pass) are not a contra indication for MRI. B. For Pregnant patient – Bring Photocopy of doctor precription & photo ID proof (adhar card, Voter ID or driving licence) for PNDT requirements (for Delhi center only) . B. For Sedation – Required for un coopertive patients like children etc. If patient has severe cough & cold / nasal blockage, fever, kidney or liver disease, low haemoglobin – avoid any kind of sedation. There are two types of sedation – oral & IV sedation. (i) Oral sedation – Usually works well for children < 2 yrs. Keep child fasting, bring his favourite food, remove metal from his body surface & clothes. We give oral sedative followed by meal after consultation with anasthetist, child likely to go to sleep. (ii) For IV sedation - fasting is required for 5-6 hours for IV sedation in consultation with yr doctor & our techie / anasthetist team. (C) For Contrast studies – Kidney function should be normal. Under certain circumstances like age more than 60 yrs, known case of kidney disease, long standing diabetic or hypertensive. . Please bring your record of recent ( no more than 4 week old) Serum creatinine/eGFR report if already done. Else it may be done at Saral. After contrast study increase liquid intake for 24hrs after talking to your doctor. if patient is lactating mother then feeding should be stopped for 24hrs. Can store milk if indicated. If patient is pregnant then contrast study should be avoided , especially in first 3 months. In contrast study post procedure instruction to drink more fluids after consultation with dr (D) For Techie Do CT before MRI contrast injection as it may affect CT image quality.

Diagnostics Price:

9,000

MRI Oral Cavity / Face / Tongue - Delhi

Diagnostics Price:

9,000

MRI Oral Cavity / Face / Tongue - Delhi (With Contrast)

Prerequisite:

General instructions for MRI A. For All MRI (i) Fasting is routinely not required unless specified in special instructions (ii) Pace makers, Aeurysmal clips, insulin pumps & recent magnetic implants are contra indications. (iii) Pl remove jewellery at home for safety purpose. Remove eye make up before coming. (iv) If you have MRI incompatible pacemakers – MRI is not advised & is contraindicated. With MRI compatible pacemakers MRI is possible with support of yr pacemaker company engineer. Pl talk to yr pacemaker company engineer to organise with our FDO & techie team to fix appointment for MRI to make suitable changes in pacemaker mode at time of MRI. . (iv) If patient has CT scan & contrast MRI both – do CT scan before contrast MRI as Gadolinium (MRI contrast) can affect quality of plain CT especially in abdomen. (vi) appointment desirable (vii) If there is MRI brain & EEG – try to do MRI brain before EEG. If do EEG before MRI brain – then clean the paste well , otherwise it can lead to artefacts during MRI. (v) biopsy of any given part to be done after MRI study. vi Gap between MR lymphangiography and lymphoscintigraphy should be more than 4 to 5 days. vii MRCP to be done before starting oral for CT abdomen. viii Holter monitoring to be done after completing MRI study. (ix) Bring old records- text reports, films, CD. (x) Today, most ortho implants, pacemakers etc are MRI compatible. If MRI compatible then we can do MRI even on next day of surgery. However pl confirm from your doctor about MRI compatibility in writing. (xi) Coronary stents & sternal sutures ( in cardiac bye pass) are not a contra indication for MRI. B. For Pregnant patient – Bring Photocopy of doctor precription & photo ID proof (adhar card, Voter ID or driving licence) for PNDT requirements (for Delhi center only) . B. For Sedation – Required for un coopertive patients like children etc. If patient has severe cough & cold / nasal blockage, fever, kidney or liver disease, low haemoglobin – avoid any kind of sedation. There are two types of sedation – oral & IV sedation. (i) Oral sedation – Usually works well for children < 2 yrs. Keep child fasting, bring his favourite food, remove metal from his body surface & clothes. We give oral sedative followed by meal after consultation with anasthetist, child likely to go to sleep. (ii) For IV sedation - fasting is required for 5-6 hours for IV sedation in consultation with yr doctor & our techie / anasthetist team. (C) For Contrast studies – Kidney function should be normal. Under certain circumstances like age more than 60 yrs, known case of kidney disease, long standing diabetic or hypertensive. . Please bring your record of recent ( no more than 4 week old) Serum creatinine/eGFR report if already done. Else it may be done at Saral. After contrast study increase liquid intake for 24hrs after talking to your doctor. if patient is lactating mother then feeding should be stopped for 24hrs. Can store milk if indicated. If patient is pregnant then contrast study should be avoided , especially in first 3 months. In contrast study post procedure instruction to drink more fluids after consultation with dr (D) For Techie Do CT before MRI contrast injection as it may affect CT image quality.

Diagnostics Price:

13,500

MRI Oral Cavity / Face / Tongue - Delhi (With Contrast)

Diagnostics Price:

13,500

MRI Abdominal wall /Both Kindneys/ Adernals / Umbilical region / Lower abdomen (pelvis) / Penis / Fistulogram/ Perianal / Ano - Rectal / perineum Region / Gluteal region / Sinogram / TESTIS (SCROTUM) / Popliteal fossa each study- Delhi

Prerequisite:

General instructions for MRI A. For All MRI (i) Fasting is routinely not required unless specified in special instructions (ii) Pace makers, Aeurysmal clips, insulin pumps & recent magnetic implants are contra indications. (iii) Pl remove jewellery at home for safety purpose. Remove eye make up before coming. (iv) If you have MRI incompatible pacemakers – MRI is not advised & is contraindicated. With MRI compatible pacemakers MRI is possible with support of yr pacemaker company engineer. Pl talk to yr pacemaker company engineer to organise with our FDO & techie team to fix appointment for MRI to make suitable changes in pacemaker mode at time of MRI. . (iv) If patient has CT scan & contrast MRI both – do CT scan before contrast MRI as Gadolinium (MRI contrast) can affect quality of plain CT especially in abdomen. (vi) appointment desirable (vii) If there is MRI brain & EEG – try to do MRI brain before EEG. If do EEG before MRI brain – then clean the paste well , otherwise it can lead to artefacts during MRI. (v) biopsy of any given part to be done after MRI study. vi Gap between MR lymphangiography and lymphoscintigraphy should be more than 4 to 5 days. vii MRCP to be done before starting oral for CT abdomen. viii Holter monitoring to be done after completing MRI study. (ix) Bring old records- text reports, films, CD. (x) Today, most ortho implants, pacemakers etc are MRI compatible. If MRI compatible then we can do MRI even on next day of surgery. However pl confirm from your doctor about MRI compatibility in writing. (xi) Coronary stents & sternal sutures ( in cardiac bye pass) are not a contra indication for MRI. B. For Pregnant patient – Bring Photocopy of doctor precription & photo ID proof (adhar card, Voter ID or driving licence) for PNDT requirements (for Delhi center only) . B. For Sedation – Required for un coopertive patients like children etc. If patient has severe cough & cold / nasal blockage, fever, kidney or liver disease, low haemoglobin – avoid any kind of sedation. There are two types of sedation – oral & IV sedation. (i) Oral sedation – Usually works well for children < 2 yrs. Keep child fasting, bring his favourite food, remove metal from his body surface & clothes. We give oral sedative followed by meal after consultation with anasthetist, child likely to go to sleep. (ii) For IV sedation - fasting is required for 5-6 hours for IV sedation in consultation with yr doctor & our techie / anasthetist team. (C) For Contrast studies – Kidney function should be normal. Under certain circumstances like age more than 60 yrs, known case of kidney disease, long standing diabetic or hypertensive. . Please bring your record of recent ( no more than 4 week old) Serum creatinine/eGFR report if already done. Else it may be done at Saral. After contrast study increase liquid intake for 24hrs after talking to your doctor. if patient is lactating mother then feeding should be stopped for 24hrs. Can store milk if indicated. If patient is pregnant then contrast study should be avoided , especially in first 3 months. In contrast study post procedure instruction to drink more fluids after consultation with dr (D) For Techie Do CT before MRI contrast injection as it may affect CT image quality.

Diagnostics Price:

9,000

MRI Abdominal wall /Both Kindneys/ Adernals / Umbilical region / Lower abdomen (pelvis) / Penis / Fistulogram/ Perianal / Ano - Rectal / perineum Region / Gluteal region / Sinogram / TESTIS (SCROTUM) / Popliteal fossa each study- Delhi

Diagnostics Price:

9,000

5/5
Good service in a cost effective manner. Doctor consultation was very good, she explained my test report one by one in detail and suggested for having healthy diet and exercise. The person who collected the sample was also very good, he came on time, collected the sample with cleanliness and in a good manner. Overall nice experience. Keep up the good work Saral team!
Kumari Nutan, 10/01/19, Google Review

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