The Department of Interventional Radiology at Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute stands at the forefront of modern medical practice, revolutionizing patient care through minimally invasive procedures. With a team of highly skilled Interventional Radiologists, cutting-edge technology, and a commitment to advancing healthcare, the department is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art solutions for a diverse range of medical conditions.
The Department is equipped with state-of-the-art imaging technology that enables Interventional Radiologists to perform procedures with unparalleled precision. High-resolution X-ray machines, fluoroscopy units, ultrasound machines, and advanced CT scanners are among the cutting-edge tools used to guide interventions. Many Interventional Radiology procedures are performed on an outpatient basis, allowing patients to return home shortly after the procedure. This minimizes hospital stays, reduces recovery times, and enhances overall patient comfort.
The department's success lies in its team of expert Interventional Radiologists. These specialists are extensively trained in using imaging techniques like X-rays, CT scans, and ultrasound to guide procedures. Their proficiency in image-guided interventions ensures accurate and targeted treatments, leading to improved outcomes for patients.
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Interventional Radiology is a medical subspecialty that uses image-guided procedures to diagnose and treat various conditions inside the body. It involves the use of minimally invasive techniques to access and treat organs and tissues.
Interventional Radiology can be used to treat a wide range of conditions, including blocked blood vessels, aneurysms, tumors, uterine fibroids, varicose veins, kidney and liver diseases, and more. It is also used for certain biopsies and drainages.
Common procedures in Interventional Radiology include angioplasty and stenting (to open narrowed or blocked blood vessels), embolization (blocking blood flow to tumors or aneurysms), radiofrequency ablation (for tumor treatment), and catheter-directed therapies, among others.
>Interventional Radiology is minimally invasive, meaning it often involves smaller incisions, less pain, and shorter recovery times compared to traditional open surgery. Many procedures are performed using tiny instruments guided by imaging technology.
While Interventional Radiology offers many benefits, not all patients or conditions are suitable for this approach. The decision depends on the specific diagnosis, location of the problem, and the patient's overall health. A skilled interventional radiologist can determine the best course of action.