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CT scan facilities soon at Indira Gandhi Hospital

With an aim to provide special treatment to each and every common resident of the national Capital, the Delhi Government on Sunday has decided to provide CT scan facilities at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi Hospital.

According to the Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain, more than 22 lakh people living in and around South-West Delhi are expected to benefit from the installation of this machine. Emergency services will be made available to the people as well, he said.

“All of these healthcare services will be provided under one roof. The machinery is expected to be made available for public use around August after all the necessary tests are carried out,” he said.

Elaborating on the developments, Jain said, “Modern machines will further strengthen the health system of Delhi Government hospitals.

People will also be able to avail various types of health facilities like consultation, check-up, and treatment, all in one day, under one roof, he said. “We will provide special VIP quality treatment to every common person in Delhi. A CT scan or computerised Tomography, is a form of X-ray, also known as computerised axial tomography. It shows images of various organs and systems in the body. Most CT scan machines are used to detect the symptoms of diseases related to different parts of the body,” he said.

With its help, soft tissue, blood vessels and bones of different parts of the body can be examined.

Crucial information related to many internal parts of body, such as head, shoulders, spinal bones, heart, stomach, knees, chest and other internal parts can be derived using a CT Scan machine, which helps doctor to understand and treat patient’s disease and provide better treatment. Daily Pioneer

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