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Nuclear Medicine In Amrita Hospital Delhi

Nuclear medicine is a medical subspecialty that utilizes medically approved radioactive tracers, or radiopharmaceuticals, to diagnose and treat a wide range of diseases. At Amrita Hospital in Faridabad, the Department of Nuclear Medicine offers exceptional diagnostic and therapeutic services using state-of-the-art infrastructure and a team of highly trained physicians and support staff.

By employing physiological principles, nuclear medicine imaging delivers unparalleled diagnostic information, enabling physicians to initiate appropriate treatment and achieve better clinical outcomes. With the latest technological advancements and research, the management of various cancers is becoming increasingly targeted at the molecular and cellular levels through therapies tailored to individual patients.

Functional and metabolic signatures are becoming increasingly important in the assessment of disease status and response rates, surpassing morphological changes. The need for a more precise diagnosis and prognosis of diseases and personalized medicine has never been greater.

All of the investigations performed in the Department of Nuclear Medicine at Amrita Hospital are safe and can be used in patients of all ages, with the exception of pregnant patients and those who are breastfeeding, for whom there are relative contraindications.

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    • SPECT CT – Single photon emission computed tomography – computed tomography.
    • PET CT – Positron emission tomography – computed tomography.
    • Radionuclide therapy 
    1. Radio iodine therapy for benign thyroid disorders.
    2.  Lutetium DOTATATE (PRRT) therapy for neuroendocrine tumour.
    3. Lutetium PSMA therapy for prostate cancer.
    4. Radiation Synovectomy.
    5. Radionuclide Bone Pain Palliation

    What is SPECT/CT

    Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) involves acquisition of 3D images using a gamma camera. When an additional CT counterpart is attached to the SPECT system, it is known as SPECT/CT that provides additional anatomical information. Medically approved gamma emitting radiotracers are used for imaging. Most commonly used radionuclide is 99m-Technetium labelled with various organ specific tracers like sestaMIBI, DTPA, ECD, sulphur-colloid, etc. In addition, various other radionuclide labelled radiopharmaceuticals such as 131I-NaI, 131I-MIBG are also used. Nuclear medicine imaging is popularly known as Scintigraphy (imaging the scintillations). Radioactive tracer in minute amounts is injected in the arm of the patient. After injection, the tracer gets localized in the organ of interest and starts emitting gamma rays that are perceived by a dual head gamma camera and its electronics. This scanner records the physiological alterations that take place in selected organs or body systems. The images are interpreted visually and quantitatively to look for pathological changes in any organ much earlier than the conventional anatomical imaging modalities. In most diseases, physiological changes precede anatomic changes, so scintigraphic evidence of a disease process can be diagnosed at an earlier stage.

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      Amrita Hospital Faridabad

      Amrita Hospital Faridabad

      Number of beds:   2400
      ICU Beds:                  534
      Airport Distance:  43 Km

      About Hospital:

      • With a planned facility of 2,400 beds, the Amrita Hospital is poised to become one of the largest hospitals in the country.
      • State-of-the-art fully automated smart laboratories.
      • The largest paediatric super specialty centre in India.

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