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LIST OF CONSULTANTS

  Dr. K Jagadeesh Babu
MBBS, MD,DM.

6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

MON- SAT
  Dr. A. Bhupesh kumar
MBBS, MRCP(UK)
9.00 AM- 10.00AM MON- SAT(ON CALL)
  Dr.Alia reddy
MBBS , DGO
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM MON- SAT
  Dr. Smitha C
MBBS, DGO, DNB, FGORS
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM MON- SAT
  Dr. Deepthi Nandan Reddy. A
MBBS, MS(ORTHO), MSc (Orth Eng),FRCS Ed, FRCS ( ORTH & Tr, UK), CCT (UK)
5.00 PM - 9.00 PM TUE , THU
  Dr. Amith Reddy P
M.B.B.S,PGD ( ORTHOPEDICS ),DNB ( ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY ) M.CH ( ORTH ), FELLOWSHIP IN ARTHOPLASTY SURGERY
5.00 PM - 9.00 PM MON , SAT
  Dr. V Ram Mohan Reddy
MBBS, MS(ORTHO), MSc (Orth Eng),FRCS Ed, FRCS ( ORTH & Tr, UK), CCT (UK)
5.00 PM - 9.00 PM WED , FRI
  Dr. G Vasundhara
MBBS, MD (GEN PHY)
9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon MON-SAT
  Dr. P. Naveen Chander Reddy
MBBS, MD (GEN PHY)
6.30 PM- 9.00 PM MON- SAT
  Dr. M. Aravind Kumar
MBBS, MD(GEN PHY)
5.30PM - 6.30PM MON- SAT (ON CALL)
  Dr Ananda Sagari(FAMILY PHY)
MBBS, MD, Fellowship in Family Medicine & Diabetology.
6.00 PM to 8.00 PM
11.00 AM- 1.00 PM
MON- THU & SAT
SUN
  Dr. E. Sunil
MBBS, MD, DM(Endo)
7.00 PM - 8.00 PM MON, WED, FRI
  Dr. Sajin Dev
BPT
6.00PM - 9.00PM All Days(ON CALL)
  Dr. Madhavi
MBBS, MHSc Diabetology
6.00PM - 9.00PM All Days(ON CALL)
  Dr. Sudheer NADIMPALLI
MD(RESP. MED) MRCP (UK)
7:30PM - 9:00PM MON- SAT
  Dr. V.V.S.S. Vinay Kumar
MBBS, MS (ENT)
5.30 PM- 6.30 PM MON- SAT(ON CALL)
  Dr. Kona Srikanth
MBBS, MD (Paediatrics)
6.00 PM- 7.00 PM

MON-SAT (Except on Wednesday)

  Dr. Praveen K. Dadireddy
MRCS, MBS(US), FIORBS(GER)
4.00PM - 5.00PM MON- SAT(ON CALL)
  Dr. Mallik Singaraju
MBBS, MD
5.00PM - 6.00PM MON- SAT(ON CALL)
  Dr. Rahul Reddy
MBBS, MS (Gen), DNB (Urology), FIAMH, Male Infertility Specialist
9.00AM - 10.00AM MON, and Thursday
  Dr. Shailaja Srivastava
MBBS, MD(Radio Diagnosis)
9.00 AM - 4.00 PM
MON- SAT
  Dr. Aakash
MBBS, MD(Radio Diagnosis)

7.00 PM- 9.00 PM

MON- SAT

  Dr. Shabana
Nutrition
6.00PM - 8.00PM MON-SAT(ON CALL)
  Dr. Pushpa Latha
MBBS, MD DCP
1.00 PM - 2.00 PM MON-SAT
  Dr Chaitanya
MBBS, MD, DNB
9.00 AM-4.00 PM MON-SAT
  Dr. K.Swaroopa
MBBS, MDDVL

12.00 PM - 1.00 PM

5.00 PM - 6.00 PM

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday.
  Dr. lakshmi Sarada .B
MBBS, DVD, DPD(UK)
7.00PM - 8PM MON-SAT
  Dr. Pratyusha .K
MBBS, MD (Dermatology)

5.00 PM - 8.00 PM

10.00 AM - 12.00 PM

MON-SAT

SUNDAY

  Dr. Sandeep Nayani
MBBS, MD, DM(Neuro)
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (ON CALL)
  Dr. Manish Dugar
MBBS, MD, FRACP
6.30PM - 7.30PM WEDNESDAY
  Dr Kavitha Gone
MRCP(U.K)CCT(U.K)
5.30 PM to 8.00 PM MON- SAT
  • Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing to your exam. 
  • Metal objects including jewellery, eyeglasses, dentures and hairpins may affect the CT images and should be left at home or removed prior to your exam.  You may also be asked to remove hearing aids and removable dental work.

For examination for kidneys, pelvis and urinary bladder, full bladder is mandatory for examination or drink 3 glasses of water prior to one hour of examination

For examination of gallbladder, pancreas and abdomen, patient is supposed to fast at least for 6 hours.

  • On the day of your examination, do not apply underarm deodorant or powder from neck to waist( if used let us know)
  • Please wear a 2 piece garment for your ease of changing and comfort.
  • Please get your previous records which may be used for comparison.

Women should schedule this test within the first ten days of your last menstrual period. Count the ten days starting from the first day of your last menstrual period. If it has been more than ten days since your last menstrual period (for ladies who have not yet gone through menopause), please let your physician know.

If you have had any form of contrast studies (barium enema, Upper GI, CAT scan or MRI with contrast, Nuclear Medicine Scan, angiograms, or heart studies), schedule your BMD at least five days after those studies.

Don't take any vitamins or calcium supplements before 24 Hours of your BMD. If you wish, you may take them after your exam.You may take your regular medications.You may eat before the exam

***Pregnant woman should not have a CT exam or any X-ray examination, especially if the woman is in her first trimester (first three-month period of pregnancy).

  • Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing to your exam.  You may be given a gown to wear during the scan.
  • Metal objects including jewellery, eyeglasses, dentures and hairpins may affect the CT images and should be left at home or removed prior to your exam.  You may also be asked to remove hearing aids and removable dental work.
  • You may be asked not to eat or drink anything for several hours before your scan, especially if a contrast material will be used in your exam. 
  • Chest/Abdomen/Pelvis 

The patient is required to fast for 8 hours prior to their C.T. scan.   

  • Brain, Neck, Spine or Extremities

Patients do not need to fast for C.T. scans of Brain, Neck, Spine or Extremities

  • You should inform your physician of any medications you are taking and if you have any allergies, especially to contrast materials.Also inform your doctor of any recent illnesses or medical conditions, and if you have a history of heart disease, asthma, diabetes, kidney disease or thyroid problems.  Any of these conditions may increase the risk of an unusual adverse effect.
  • Please bring a list of your current medications:  prescriptions, over the counter medications, and vitamins.
  • Women should always inform their physician or technologist if there is any possibility that they are pregnant.
  • If your infant or young child is having a spiral CT, there are measures that can be taken to ensure that the test will not cause anxiety for either the child or parent.

Contrast material
A special dye called a contrast material is needed for some CT scans, to help highlight the areas of your body being examined. The contrast material blocks X-rays and appears white on images, which can help emphasize blood vessels, intestines or other structures.
Contrast material can enter your body in a variety of ways:

  • Oral. If your esophagus or stomach is being scanned, you may need to swallow a liquid that contains contrast material. This drink may taste unpleasant.
  • Injection. Contrast agents can be injected through a vein in your arm, to help view your gallbladder, urinary tract, liver or blood vessels. You may experience a feeling of warmth during the injection or a metallic taste in your mouth.
  • Rectal. A contrast material may be inserted in your rectum to help visualize your intestines. This procedure can make you feel bloated and uncomfortable.

PLEASE INFORM IF YOU’RE ALLERGETIC TO ANY CONTRAST SUBSTANCE.


Preparing your small child for a scan
If your infant or toddler is having the CT scan, the doctor may recommend a sedative to keep your child calm and still. Movement blurs the images and may lead to inaccurate results
After CT scan:
After your CT scan is completed, you may resume all of your normal activities. There should be no ill-side effects and you will be able to drive.

The only thing we recommend is that you drink plenty of liquids/water after your test is complete (if given contrast).  This is so that the contrast dye can be quickly flushed from your body and you do not become dehydrated.