An Operation Theatre is a facility within a hospital where surgical operations are carried out in a sterile environment. At Nalanda Bone & Spine Centre, we have world class Operation Theatres and Team of highly trained and experienced doctors to go for any possible treatment. The Operation Theatre department pride themselves on delivering high quality of care in a clean and friendly environment, delivered by teams with a vast range of expertise, for each specialty. All members of the team understand that you may be anxious or nervous prior to an operation and will do all that they can to put you at ease.
Trauma and orthopedics
Within each surgical specialty there is a team comprising of theatre staff, operating department practitioners, nurses and theatre assistants all of them are also supported by the sterile services staff, theatre porters and theatre administrators. These support teams work closely with the surgeons and anesthetists to ensure the best possible quality of care for patients.
There is also a close working relationship with the critical care complex which is situated in the theatre area for those patients requiring intensive care post-operation.
Our Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is a specialised facility dedicated to patients who require intensive monitoring, nursing care and complex respiratory support. The ICU is staffed 24 hours a day by board-certified specialists and seasoned critical care nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants, who are committed to providing quality clinical care.
This facility leverages advanced technology to ensure patient safety. Patients vital signs are transmitted to a central nursing station manned around the clock by our qualified nurses, so the ICU team is able to respond to any changes in time.
With a ceiling-mounted service unit to deliver critical power and house medical equipment, the beds in our ICU are no longer tethered to the wall. This allows the beds to be rotated and positioned freely to the most optimum environment. The ICU is also positioned in close proximity to the operating theatres so patients can receive emergency treatment as quickly as possible.
Pathology & Laboratory
As a comprehensive provider of clinical & diagnostic laboratory services, the Department of Pathology at Nalanda Bone & Spine Centre plays a vital role in providing holistic and quality laboratory tests to support the needs of doctors and clinicians in the diagnosis, management and prevention of various diseases. The team of pathologists and laboratory scientists work in close collaboration with clinical colleagues for optimum patient care.
All policies and procedures integral to the quality of services are developed, validated and reviewed by the current standards of practice and the requirements of the regulatory authorities.
Laboratory Tests Offered
The Department of Pathology uses state-of-the-art equipment to offer a comprehensive range of laboratory tests for diagnosis, management and prevention of a wide variety of diseases. They offer a full and extensive range of diagnostic testing and provide comprehensive explanations of results to respective healthcare professionals.
Clinical Pathology- urine, body fluids etc.
Histopathology- neoplastic, non-neoplastic, skin biopsies, etc.
Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology (FNAC)
Radiography is the term for a general X-ray exam that captures clear, precise images. It is a painless, noninvasive, and common imaging exam that uses radiation, a form of energy that emanates from the atmosphere and earth. As with many naturally occurring substances, it is considered harmless in moderation.
X-ray beams can pass through the human body and produce a picture when they strike a detector, such as bone. These images are most often captured digitally, rather than on traditional film, so that results can be viewed in seconds.
X-rays can be used to examine most areas of the body. They're mainly used to look at the bones and joints, although they're sometimes used to detect problems affecting soft tissue, such as internal organs.
Problems that may be detected during an X-ray include:
bone fractures and breaks
tooth problems, such as loose teeth and dental abscesses
(abnormal curvature of the spine)
non-cancerous and cancerous bone tumours
lung problems, such as pneumonia and lung cancer
dysphagia (swallowing problems)
heart problems, such as heart failure
Some Images Of X-RAY
KNEE WITH LEG X-RAY
EMERGENCY CARE & 24 X 7 AMBULANCE SERVICES
Nalanda Bone & Spine Centre offers 24 hours round the clock ambulance services, geared to meet any emergency - surgical or medical. An ambulance that can take care of the patient, right from the site of the accident, or illness, and can make available to him, at his doorstep all the medical expertise and advances in patient care.
The ambulance, which is a Mobile Critical Care Unit, provides the patient, the same care as would be available in any well-equipped intensive care unit, during his / her transit to the hospital. Designed along the lines of the modern hi-tech ambulances, it has all the fitments for an emergency unit including a two-way communication system.
It is manned by a doctor and trained para-medical personnel. A telescopic stretcher, which doubles as a trolley, minimizes the effort for transfer of the patient. Special shock absorbers on the vehicle allow for a smooth journey. Moreover, the unit being air conditioned, it provides maximum comfort to the patient while travelling. Following are some of the unique facilities available with the Ambulance -