- 256-slice Multi-detector CT Scan
With the latest advances in computer technology CT scanners have vastly improved patent comfort as they are now much faster and the images they yield are of a far higher resolution than ever before, allowing doctors to get the clearest possible image of what is wrong and how it can best be treated.
- 4D Ultrasound
A 3D ultrasound probe will collect a series of fetus images to obtain 3-dimensional images. These images will have the depth (volume) which is called life-like pictures of the fetus. These images will resemble the photos of newborn baby. For 4-D Ultrasound, the dimension of time is added, resulting in the movement of the fetus.
Brachytherapy, also called internal radiation therapy, allows a physician to use a higher total dose of radiation to treat a smaller area and in a shorter time than is possible with external radiation treatment.
- Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Imaging (CMR)
Cardiovascular MRI offers significant advantages over other imaging methods because it produces clear, detailed three-dimensional images of the cardiac anatomy without any distracting images caused by adjacent bone or air. Most importantly, unlike other non-invasive cardiac tests, it does not expose patients to potentially harmful radiation.
- Carto Sound
CARTOSOUND is the latest technology to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac arrhythmia. The enhanced imaging capability provides surgeons a more efficient treatment alternative for complex cardiac arrhythmia.
- Digital Mammogram
Digital Mammogram is a special x-ray from which patients receive lower radiation. It is able to tell the difference between different types of fat and layer tissue of the breast with the highest available accuracy
- Endovascular and Interventional Radiology
Endovascular and interventional radiology is the treatment for veins and arteries of organs by inserting catheter or other medical devices into the desired spot in those organs or blood vessels using DSA (Digital Subtraction Angiography)
- Gamma Knife
Gamma Knife Surgery is truly an alternative for the treatment of brain diseases, particularly for the treatment of tumors, AVM metastatic brain lesions, and functional disorders. As compared to conventional surgery, it is much safer and easier for the patient.
- Greenlight PVP Laser for Prostate Treatment
The PVP Laser Procedure (Photoselective Vaporization of the Prostate) offers a unique solution to Benigh Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) because it combines the effectiveness of TURP, with the safety, comfort and ease of minimally invasive heat treatments.
- Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT)
Intensity Modulated Radiotherapy (IMRT) minimizes acute radiation side effects and treatment-related morbidity because neighboring tissues has very low radiation exposure
- Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS)
Intravascular Ultrasound (IVUS) is a valuable tool used to determine intravascular morphology of blood vessels of the coronary and peripheral vasculature.
- Linear Accelerator (LINAC)
A linear accelerator (LINAC) is the device most commonly used for external beam radiation treatments for cancer patients. The linear accelerator can also be used in stereotactic radiosurgery similar to that achieved using the gamma knife on targets within the brain.
- Minimal Invasive Heart Surgery
At the Bangkok Heart Hospital, a comprehensive da Vinci cardiac surgery robotics program will enable our surgeons to perform better surgery while providing patients with the benefits of a minimally invasive approach.
- Mobile CCU
Each ambulance ("Mobile CCU") is equipped with monitoring devices and resuscitation equipment for immediate medical attention. The hospital's Mobile CCU is always accompanied by a cardiac medical team, reaching patients quickly and acting immediately, helping to save many lives!
- MRI (Intera Achieva 3.0T MRI)
This newest model of MRT is used for examination of internal organs without using x-ray.
Novalis is the optimal tool to effectively and safely perform the advanced techniques of 3-D CRT, high resolution intensity Modulated Radio Surgery (IMRS) and Intensity Modulated Radio Therapy (IMRT) on tumors throughout the body.
- PET / CT Scanner
PET/CT scanning is a combination of PET and CT that generates precisely co-registered functional and structural images. This can be achieved by performing both PET and CT studies on the same scanner with no necessity to move the patient. The integrated PET/CT images provide functional information on detailed organ structures in the body.
- Radiofrequency Ablation (RFA)
RFA is a medical procedure in which a special needle is inserted into a tumor. The physician is guided in the placement of the needle by images from an imaging machine, such as a CT scanner. Once the needle is in place, tines are deployed from the hollow core of the needle. These tines penetrate the tumor. RFA energy is then sent through the needle and tines, destroying the tumor.
- Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT)
Similar to X-ray Computed Tomography (CT) or Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), SPECT allows us to visualize functional information about a patient's specific organ or body system.
- Uterine Fibroid Embolization
Embolization is the method to block the red blood vessels which support the tumor. It will result in insufficient blood flow to the tumor and has to be done with care to maintain normal function of uterus wall and to avoid disturbing other red blood vessels in other organs.
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