Vital signs are measurements of the body's most basic functions. The four main vital signs routinely monitored by medical professionals and health care providers include the following: Body temperature. Pulse rate. Respiration rate (rate of breathing)
An electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) records the electrical signal from the heart to check for different heart conditions. Electrodes are placed on the chest to record the heart's electrical signals, which cause the heart to beat. The signals are shown as waves on an attached computer monitor or printer.
Very light dressings are used on a minor wound to aid healing and most have a non-adherent surface. A non-adherent dressing is often covered on one or both sides with a plastic film containing many perforations.
Drug administration via the intramuscular (IM) and subcutaneous (SC) routes is easily performed and provides relatively rapid (5 to 20 minutes) onset of effect and a longer duration of effects
Blood Sugar Random test measures the amount of sugar or glucose present in a person's blood. This test helps evaluate roughly if an individual is normal or likely to have diabetes.
Every year, flu vaccination prevents illnesses, medical visits, hospitalizations, and deaths. Flu vaccination also is an important preventive tool for people with chronic health conditions. For example flu vaccination has been associated with lower rates of some cardiac events among in people with heart disease
Reverse Transcription Polymerase Chain Reaction. RT-PCR test is used to detect the presence of the genetic material of COVID virus. The sample is collected by inserting a swab inside the nose and from the back of the upper part of the throat.
Our highly trained crew of phlebotomists will collect samples from your preferred location at a time that suits you best. Choose from a wide variety of tests or our clinically designed health packages. All the tests are done in NABL certified Medanta labs.
Enemas are injections of fluids used to cleanse or stimulate the emptying of your bowel. This procedure has been used for years to treat constipation and similar issues. Our highly trained nurses are experts at administering Enema’s at home.
A peripherally inserted central catheter (PICC) is a long, thin tube that goes into your body through a vein in your upper arm. The end of this catheter goes into a large vein near your heart. The PICC carries nutrients and medicines into your body. It may also be used to draw blood when you need to have blood tests.
IV fluids are specially formulated liquids that are injected into a vein to prevent or treat dehydration. They are used in people of all ages who are sick, injured, dehydrated from exercise or heat, or undergoing surgery. Intravenous rehydration is a simple, safe and common procedure with a low risk of complications.
Antibiotics are used to treat or prevent types of bacterial infection. The continuation or discontinuation of treatment by antibiotics should be done under supervision of a trained nurse or physician.
Dressings are usually applied to help the body heal itself. Bed sore dressings help the wound to heal faster and prevent further infection.
A suture removal is an outpatient procedure which involves the removal of non-absorbent stitches once the wound has healed enough to remain closed.
A dressing is a sterile pad or compress applied to a wound to promote healing and protect the wound from further harm.
A stoma dressing is necessary to keep the stoma clean and prevent further complications. The care and dressing for this should be done by a highly trained nurse and in a clean, sterile environment.