X-rays is a procedure used to get imaging of internal organs and bones using radiations. It is widely used to identify fractures, fluid buildup, issues in the digestive tract, spine, arthritis, osteoporosis, tooth decay and bone density scans. Doctors use this diagnosis to discover what is inside patient’s body without any incision. It is used to prescribe corrective treatment for the problem.

What to expect?

  • Certified and experienced trained technologist takes preliminary X-rays.
  • The patient will be provided a comfortable hospital attire to make them comfortable. We ask the patient’s not to wear valuables on the day of the test.
  • The problem area defines the need of contrast dye before the exam.
  • X-rays for gastrointestinal tract might require patient to clear out bowels and avoid drinking liquids.
  • The radiologist will examine the images received with the technologist to get the best images. The patient may be asked to sit, lie or stand or change to several positions to get clear images.
  • The entire process takes 30 minutes to complete.
  • Comprehensive guidance of test to help patient understand the procedure in detail, instructions, side effects. They can ask queries if any.
  • Well-furnished infrastructure to make it comfortable for the patient to take the exam.