Gamma Camera – The Brightview X Dual Head Gamma Camera from Philips is one of the most versatile dual Head Gamma Cameras available in the industry. Allowing a range of detector movements and a range of protocols the system is capable of performing all nuclear medicine procedures with superior patient ease and comfort.
The department performs all routine Nuclear Medicine Procedures like Bone Scans, Renal Scans, Stress Myocardial Perfusion Scans, Parathyroid Scans, Brain SPECTS, Ventilation Perfusion Scans, Venographies and Lymphangiography etc. In addition the department also offers some extremely sophisticated studies not available at most centres in the region including in-vitro studies like plasma GFR assessment, Labelled leucocyte scans and Trodat Imaging.
Radioiodine Probe: The department is equipped with a dedicated radioiodine Uptake Probe used for Iodine Studies.
Nuclear Medicine Therapy Unit: The department of Nuclear Medicine has a dedicated Therapy Unit where a host of Radioisotope therapies are routinely performed. The centre is the primary referral centre for Iodine therapy for thyroid cancer in the region. The Department is one of the pioneers in Lutetium based therapies for Neuroendocrine tumour and was the first in the country to start Lutetium PSMA therapy. The centre is also at present the only centre in the country offering myeloablative MIBG therapy for high risk neuroblastomas in children. The Centre is also the first centre to offer Targeted alpha therapy for neuroendocrine tumours, prostate cancer and certain brain tumours. What sets the Nuclear Medicine Experts apart is their ability to personalize therapies while maintaining the highest safety ethical and quality standards