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Fnac & Biopsy

What is it?

Procedure in which 2 or 3 small pieces of tissue are taken with help of fine needle or biopsy needle under ultrasound guidance and local anaesthesia.

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Why (Indications)?

To ascertain the cause of illness: infection or cancer

What you are to do before procedure (Preparation)?

  1. Book prior appointment
  2. Visit us in OPD (9-5) after breakfast, take prescribed medicine and with empty bladder (*No need to hold urine)
  3. Referring Doctor prescription, previous lab results (*PT/INR), imaging etc.
  4. If you are on blood thinner like Aspirin inform during appointment.
  5. One accompanying person
  6. Need to sign a consent form for procedure

Approx. Stay in hospital?

We have very fast and competent working team (Consultant, fellow, clinical assistant, technician and ward assistant) which provide you comfortable atmosphere and ease your nerves. Usual time of stay is around one hour.

Liver, Renal, Prostate, Lung or any high risk biopsy requires continuous monitoring for which we provide day care (4-8 hrs.) facility.

Complications

These are very safe procedure with least (1%) complication done under local anesthesia. You may have minor pain after biopsy for which we provide analgesics.

Resume to work?

You can resume your work after 4 hours if existing disease allows.

Results: When and How?

FNAC: Next working day if done before 12 pm. Accuracy is about 70-80% and sometime repeat FNAC required for which you have to pay only lab charges (20%)

Biopsy: takes approx. 72 hrs.

Biopsy reports are confidential reports; we provide you personally at histopathology counter (SSRB First floor) after confirmation of patient’s unique hospital registration number.

Drain Placement

What is it?

Procedure in which a hollow long pipe known as catheter is placed into affected body organ by creating a fine tract in skin with the help of needle and wire under ultrasound guidance and local anesthesia. Catheter is connected with bag (Ohhh!!! My GOD)

**Don’t worry we have option for you If you are highly cosmetic conscious **

Drain Placement Drain Placement

Why (Indications)?

To through- out the dirty fluid from body like liver abscess, pancreatitis collection etc.

What you are to do before procedure (Preparation)?

  1. Book prior appointment
  2. Visit us in OPD (9-5) after early breakfast (before 7), take prescribed medicine and with empty bladder (*No need to hold urine)
  3. Referring Doctor prescription, previous lab results (*PT/INR), imaging etc.
  4. If you are on blood thinner like Asprin inform during appointment.
  5. One accompanying person
  6. Need to sign a consent form for procedure

Approx. Stay in hospital?

We have very fast and competent working team (Consultant, fellow, clinical assistant, technician and ward assistant) which provide you comfortable atmosphere and ease your nerves. Usual time of stay is around two hours.

Liver abscess, Renal abscess or any high risk procedure requires continuous monitoring for which we provide day care (4-8 hrs) facility.

Complications

These are very safe procedure with minor (<2%) complication done under local anesthesia. You may have mild pain for which you may require oral tablets or injections.

Resume to work?

You can resume your work after 5-7 days if existing disease allows.

Results: When and How?

Sample fluid is sent for routine exam and culture of microorganism. Routine report takes 24 hrs. and culture can take long time (up to 3 days).

Ascitic and pleural fluid aspiration:

What is it?

Procedure in which a fine needle is placed into abdomen or lung cavity to drain out body fluid under ultrasound guidance and local anesthesia.

Something more to know: Word diagnostic and therapeutic

Diagnostic in which small amount of fluid is taken and large amount is withdrawn in therapeutic.

Drain Placement Drain Placement

Why (Indications)?

To take out excess of fluid for

  • Cause of disease
  • Temporary or permanent relief

What you are to do before procedure (Preparation)?

  1. Book prior appointment
  2. Visit us in OPD (9-5) after breakfast, take prescribed medicine and with empty bladder(*No need to hold urine)
  3. Referring Doctor prescription, previous lab results (*PT/INR), imaging etc.
  4. If you are on blood thinner like Aspirin inform during appointment.
  5. One accompanying person
  6. Need to sign a consent form for procedure
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Approx. Stay in hospital?

We have very fast and competent working team (Consultant, fellow, clinical assistant, technician and ward assistant) which provide you comfortable atmosphere and ease your nerves. Usual time of stay is around two hours.

Complications:

These are very safe procedure with minor (<1%) complication done under local anesthesia. You may have minor breathing problem for which we provide oxygen support.

Resume to work?

You can resume your work after 4 hours if existing disease allows.

Results: When and How?

Sample fluid is sent for routine exam and culture of microorganism. Routine report takes 24 hrs. and culture can take long time (up to 3 days).

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