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  • 1. MODERN MEDICAL TREATMENT & INVESTIGATIONS DR. AVINASH BHONDWE 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 2. Doctor & Degree 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 3. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 4. CLINICAL EXAMINATION 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 5. AMBULATORY B.P. MEASUREMENT 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 6. E.C.G. ELECTOCARDIOGRAMME 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 7. 2-D ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 8. 2 -D ECHO COLOUR DOPPLER 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 9. REPORT OF COLOR DOPPLER 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 10. COMPUTERISED STRESS TEST 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 11. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 12. HOLTER MONITORING 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 13. LABORATORY TESTS Blood Collection 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 14. BLOOD EXAMINTION 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 15. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 16. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 17. Laboratory Tests OTHER TESTS 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 18. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 19. X-RAY & Other Investigations 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 20. DIFFERENT TYPES of X-RAYS 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 21. X-Rays of Various Parts 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 22. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 23. SONOGRAPHY 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 24. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 25. Mammography 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 26. CT SCAN 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 27. MRI 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 28. PET SCAN 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 29. PET SCAN <ul><li>Positron Emission Tomography </li></ul><ul><li>Positron emission tomography, also called PET imaging or a PET scan, is a type of nuclear medicine imaging. </li></ul><ul><li>Depending on the type of nuclear medicine exam you are undergoing, the radiotracer is either injected into a vein, swallowed or inhaled as a gas and eventually accumulates in the organ or area of your body being examined, where it gives off energy in the form of gamma rays . </li></ul>17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 30. PET SCAN <ul><li>This energy is detected by a device called a gamma camera, a PET scanner and/or probe . </li></ul><ul><li>These devices work together with a computer to measure the amount of radiotracer absorbed by your body and to produce special pictures offering details on both the structure and function of organs and tissues </li></ul><ul><li>Used to diagnose or treat a variety of diseases, including many types of cancers, heart disease and certain other abnormalities within the body. </li></ul>17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 31. Modern Medical Treatment <ul><li>Tablets </li></ul><ul><li>Injections </li></ul><ul><li>Suppositories </li></ul><ul><li>Pessaries </li></ul><ul><li>Inhalers </li></ul><ul><li>Radiations </li></ul><ul><li>LASER </li></ul><ul><li>Operations </li></ul>17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 32. Modern Medical Treatment <ul><li>Tablets </li></ul><ul><li>Capsules </li></ul>17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 33. Injections <ul><li>Ampoules </li></ul><ul><li>Vials </li></ul><ul><li>Prefilled </li></ul><ul><li>Pen </li></ul>17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 34. Injection Sites 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 35. Injection Sites 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 36. Intravenous Injections <ul><li>I/V injections </li></ul><ul><li>Salines </li></ul>17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
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  • 39. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 40. Inhalers 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 41. Nebulisation 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 42. Oxygen 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 43. LASER 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 44. LITHOTRYPSY 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 45. Radiation 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 46. Operations 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 47. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 48. Laparoscopy /Endoscopy 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 49. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 50. Anesthesia 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 51. Test tube Baby <ul><li>In Vitro Fertilisation ( IVF) </li></ul><ul><li>in vitro is used to refer to any biological procedure that is performed outside the body it </li></ul><ul><li>in vivo procedure, where the tissue remains inside the living organism within which it is normally found. </li></ul>17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 52. Test tube Baby <ul><li>Once a patient has been deemed an appropriate candidate for the procedure, she undergoes an endometrial biopsy during which a small piece of her uterine lining is removed. 2. The uterine lining sample is sent to a research lab, where it is treated, purified and frozen. 3. The patient then undergoes a typical IVF cycle and is given medication to stimulate egg growth in her ovaries . 4. The patient’s eggs are retrieved and mixed with the sperm . At this time, the lab begins thawing and growing her endometrial cells. </li></ul>17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 53. Test tube Baby <ul><li>5. Once fertilization is confirmed, the patient’s embryos are placed on top of her own (and now thawed) endometrial cells. 6. Over the next two days, the embryos are closely monitored for growth and development. 7. The patient’s embryos are transferred into her uterus for implantation and pregnancy . </li></ul>17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 54. TELEMEDICINE 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 55. AMBULANCE 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA
  • 56. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA Doctors Cannot assure 100% cure. They Treat They try
  • 57. 17 Jan 2010 RC Shaniwarwada RYLA

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