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Welcome to Oxymed Hospital's 24x7 Lab Services

At Oxymed Hospital, we prioritize your health and well-being above all else. That's why we're proud to offer round-the-clock access to our cutting-edge laboratory services. Our 24x7 lab operates tirelessly to provide you with accurate and timely diagnostics, ensuring that you receive the care you need, whenever you need it.

Key Features of Our 24x7 Lab:

Timely Results: Our dedicated team of laboratory professionals works around the clock to process samples swiftly and accurately. Whether it's day or night, you can count on us to deliver results promptly.

Comprehensive Testing: Our lab is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and offers a wide range of diagnostic tests to meet your healthcare needs. From routine blood work to specialized assays, we provide comprehensive testing services to support your treatment plan.

Emergency Services: Medical emergencies can happen at any time, and our 24x7 lab is prepared to handle urgent cases without delay. Our swift turnaround times help healthcare providers make informed decisions and initiate timely interventions.

Quality Assurance: We adhere to stringent quality control measures to ensure the accuracy and reliability of our test results. Our laboratory staff follows standardized protocols and participates in regular proficiency testing to maintain the highest standards of quality assurance.

Accessibility: Accessing our lab services is convenient and hassle-free. Whether you're an inpatient, outpatient, or emergency room visitor, our facility is equipped to accommodate your testing needs at any time of the day or night.

Expert Team: Our team of skilled laboratory technicians, scientists, and pathologists are committed to excellence in diagnostics. With their expertise and dedication, we strive to provide superior clinical laboratory services to our patients and healthcare partners.

Advanced Technology: We invest in cutting-edge laboratory technology to enhance efficiency, accuracy, and productivity. Our advanced instrumentation enables us to perform a wide array of tests with precision and speed.

Patient-Centric Approach: At Oxymed Hospital, patient care is our top priority. Our 24x7 lab services are designed with your convenience and well-being in mind. We prioritize compassionate care and strive to make your laboratory experience as comfortable and stress-free as possible.

About The Test
The ankle-brachial index test is a quick, non-invasive way to check for the risk of Peripheral Artery Disease(PAD). Peripheral artery disease is a condition in which the arteries in your legs or arms are narrowed or blocked. People with Peripheral Artery Disease are at a high risk of heart attack, stroke, poor circulation, and leg pain. The ankle-brachial index(ABI) test compares your blood pressure measured at your ankle with your blood pressure measured at your arms. A low ankle-brachial index number can indicate narrowing or blockage of the arteries in your legs, leading to circulatory problems, heart disease, or stroke. The ankle-brachial index test is sometimes recommended as part of a series of three tests, including the carotid ultrasound and abdominal ultrasound, to check for blocked or narrowed arteries. The Ankle-Brachial Index (ABI) indicates the existence or nonexistence of stenosis for the lower extremity artery.

Echocardiography: Seeing the Heart in Action
Echocardiography, often called an "Echo," is a safe and painless imaging technique used to visualize the heart's structures and function. By emitting high-frequency sound waves, a transducer captures detailed images of the heart's chambers, valves, and blood vessels in real time.


Non-Invasive: No needles or incisions are involved, making it comfortable for patients.
Detailed Imaging: Provides clear and comprehensive images of the heart's anatomy and movement.
Diagnostic Versatility: Assists in diagnosing various heart conditions, including valve abnormalities, congenital defects, and heart failure.
Safe for All Ages: Suitable for patients of all ages, including infants and pregnant women.
Real-Time Results: Immediate visualization of heart function allows for prompt diagnosis and treatment planning.
No Radiation Exposure: Unlike some imaging techniques, echocardiography does not involve radiation.
Monitoring Tool: Helps monitor the effectiveness of treatments and track changes in heart health over time.
Enhances Patient Care: Enables healthcare providers to deliver personalized care and improve patient outcomes.

Treadmill Stress Test (TMT)
A Treadmill Stress Test (TMT) is a form of stress test conducted while the patient walks on a treadmill during an Electro Cardiogram (ECG).
The Treadmill Stress testing compares blood circulation in the patient’s heart during rest and under the influence of optimum physical pressure.

Oxymed houses the best equipment to conduct the test.
-The test can identify irregular heart rhythms.
-This test is cost-effective while identifying cardio problems.
-Does not involve any risks, and no hospitalization is required.

An Electro Cardiogram detects cardiac abnormalities by measuring the electrical activity generated by the heart. An ECG recommended if the patient is experiencing Arrhythmia (abnormal heart rhythm), chest pains, or palpitations, is a medical test that is painless and non-invasive. An abnormal ECG result can be an indicator of several different heart conditions.

Oxymed has the latest facilities to provide the best and accurate results for the ECG.
-The test is painless.
-It is non-invasive.
-The test can identify cardiac abnormalities without causing any risks or pain.

Ultrasound, a widely used diagnostic imaging technique, employs high-frequency sound waves to create real-time images of the body's internal structures. It's a non-invasive, safe, and painless procedure that offers valuable insights into various medical conditions.


Non-Invasive: Ultrasound imaging is non-invasive, meaning it doesn't require any surgical incisions or injections, making it comfortable for patients.

Safe and Painless: Unlike some imaging techniques that involve radiation, ultrasound uses sound waves, posing no known risks to patients. It's safe for people of all ages, including pregnant women and infants.

Versatility: Ultrasound can visualize a wide range of organs and tissues, including the abdomen, pelvis, heart, blood vessels, muscles, tendons, and even developing fetuses during pregnancy.

Real-Time Imaging: One of the significant advantages of ultrasound is its ability to provide real-time images. This enables healthcare providers to observe organ function, blood flow, and movement as it happens, aiding in diagnosis and treatment planning.

Guided Procedures: Ultrasound can also be used to guide medical procedures such as biopsies, aspirations, and injections. By providing real-time visualization, it helps ensure precision and accuracy during these interventions.

No Radiation Exposure: Since ultrasound uses sound waves instead of ionizing radiation, there's no radiation exposure associated with the procedure, making it a safer option for frequent or repeated imaging studies.

Portable Equipment: Ultrasound machines come in various sizes, including portable units. This flexibility allows healthcare providers to perform ultrasound examinations at the bedside or in remote locations, enhancing access to medical care.

Dynamic Imaging: Ultrasound captures dynamic images, meaning it can visualize movement and changes in real time. This is particularly useful for assessing cardiac function, fetal development, and musculoskeletal injuries.

Cost-Effective: Compared to other imaging modalities such as MRI or CT scans, ultrasound tends to be more cost-effective, making it a preferred choice for many diagnostic purposes.

Doppler Ultrasound: Unveiling Blood Flow Dynamics
Doppler ultrasound is an advanced imaging technique that utilizes sound waves to assess blood flow within the body's arteries and veins. Named after Austrian physicist Christian Doppler, this non-invasive procedure provides crucial insights into vascular health and function.


Principle of Doppler Effect: Doppler ultrasound operates on the principle of the Doppler effect, where the frequency of sound waves changes when reflected by moving objects. In the case of blood flow, Doppler ultrasound detects changes in the frequency of sound waves reflected by red blood cells as they move through vessels.

Assessment of Blood Flow: Doppler ultrasound allows healthcare providers to assess the speed and direction of blood flow within arteries and veins. It provides valuable information about circulation, helping diagnose conditions such as arterial blockages, venous insufficiency, and blood clots.

Color Doppler Imaging: Color Doppler imaging is a technique used in conjunction with Doppler ultrasound to visualize blood flow patterns. It assigns colors to different flow velocities, allowing healthcare providers to easily identify areas of turbulence, stenosis, or abnormal flow within blood vessels.

Duplex and Triplex Ultrasound: Doppler ultrasound can be combined with traditional B-mode ultrasound to create duplex or triplex imaging, providing both anatomical and functional information simultaneously. This comprehensive approach enhances diagnostic accuracy and aids in treatment planning.

Evaluation of Cardiac Function: Doppler ultrasound is also used to assess cardiac function by measuring blood flow through the heart's chambers and valves. It helps detect abnormalities such as valve regurgitation, stenosis, and congenital heart defects.

Peripheral Vascular Studies: Doppler ultrasound is frequently used to evaluate peripheral vascular diseases affecting the arteries and veins of the arms and legs. It helps identify narrowing (stenosis), blockages, or abnormalities in blood flow that may contribute to conditions like peripheral artery disease (PAD) or deep vein thrombosis (DVT).Non-Invasive and Painless: Like conventional ultrasound, Doppler ultrasound is non-invasive and painless, making it safe and comfortable for patients of all ages.

Dynamic Monitoring: Doppler ultrasound provides real-time monitoring of blood flow dynamics, allowing healthcare providers to assess changes in circulation during various conditions, such as exercise or post-surgical recovery.

X Ray
Oxymed Hospital has state-of-the-art X Ray equipment to serve patients who face injuries or need to diagnose a wide range of conditions involving different organs. The results are interpreted by radiologists or the respective specialists.

For example, cardiologists can interpret chest X-rays and diagnose conditions such as pericarditis, cardiomegaly and the like. Orthopedists can detect broken bones, or osteoarthritis. Pulmonologists diagnose COPD, pneumothorax and other conditions.

X Rays are painless tests which produce images of structures in body, especially bones using high energy electromagnetic waves. It usually takes 10-15 mins and the results are available within an hour.

Coupled with the utmost care and protection and constant close monitoring support from experts, the patients receive the best diagnosis and treatment. Different types of equipment to tackle varying difficulties and medications are all available under one roof at Oxymed Hospital.


Advanced gadgets and technology to support any treatment.
-Futuristic facilities to tackle any emergency.
-All prerequisites at hand to rise to emergencies.
-Monitored by professionals who are experts in the field.

Ankle-Brachial Index
ABI, or Ankle-Brachial Index, is a simple yet valuable diagnostic test used to assess peripheral arterial disease (PAD) and evaluate the blood flow in the lower extremities. It measures the ratio of blood pressure in the ankles to that in the arms, providing crucial information about the circulation in the legs.


Non-Invasive Assessment: ABI is a non-invasive test that involves using blood pressure cuffs and a Doppler ultrasound device. It does not require any needles or injections, making it safe and painless for patients.

Detection of Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD): ABI is primarily used to diagnose PAD, a condition characterized by the narrowing or blockage of arteries in the legs due to atherosclerosis. PAD can lead to leg pain, cramping, and reduced blood flow, increasing the risk of complications such as ulcers and amputation if left untreated.

Simple Procedure: During the ABI test, blood pressure cuffs are placed around the arms and ankles, and a Doppler ultrasound device is used to measure blood flow and pressure in these areas. The systolic blood pressure is recorded at both the brachial artery in the arm and the posterior tibial and dorsalis pedis arteries in the ankles.

Calculation of Ankle-Brachial Index: The ABI is calculated by dividing the highest systolic pressure in the ankle by the highest systolic pressure in the arm. A normal ABI value is typically between 0.90 and 1.30. Values below 0.90 indicate reduced blood flow in the legs, suggestive of PAD.

Risk Assessment: ABI not only helps diagnose PAD but also assesses the severity of the disease and predicts the risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke. Lower ABI values are associated with a higher risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes.

Early Intervention and Management: Early detection of PAD through ABI testing allows healthcare providers to initiate timely interventions and implement strategies to manage the condition effectively. Lifestyle modifications, medication, and supervised exercise programs are among the treatments used to improve blood flow and reduce symptoms associated with PAD.

Monitoring Progress: ABI can also be used to monitor the effectiveness of treatments and track changes in blood flow over time. Regular ABI measurements help healthcare providers evaluate the progression of PAD and adjust treatment plans accordingly.

CT angiography (CTA)
CT angiography (CTA) is a specialized medical imaging technique that combines computed tomography (CT) scanning with the use of contrast material to visualize the blood vessels throughout the body. It provides detailed images of the arteries and veins, allowing healthcare providers to evaluate blood flow, detect abnormalities, and diagnose a wide range of vascular conditions.


Non-Invasive Imaging: CT angiography is a non-invasive procedure that does not require any surgical incisions. It utilizes X-rays and contrast material to create detailed images of the blood vessels, offering a safer alternative to traditional catheter-based angiography.

High-resolution Images: CTA produces high-resolution, three-dimensional images of the vascular system, providing healthcare providers with clear and detailed views of blood vessel anatomy and pathology.

Evaluation of Arterial and Venous Circulation: CTA can assess both arterial and venous circulation throughout the body. It is commonly used to evaluate blood flow in arteries supplying the brain, heart, lungs, abdomen, and extremities, as well as to detect venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolism.

Diagnosis of Vascular Diseases: CT angiography is instrumental in diagnosing various vascular diseases and conditions, including:

Atherosclerosis: Narrowing of the arteries due to plaque buildup.
Aneurysms: Abnormal bulging or ballooning of blood vessels.
Dissections: Tears in the walls of blood vessels.
Stenosis: Narrowing of blood vessels.
Vascular Malformations: Abnormalities in blood vessel structure.

Preoperative Planning: CTA plays a crucial role in preoperative planning for vascular surgeries and interventions. It helps surgeons visualize the anatomy of blood vessels and identify potential complications before procedures such as endovascular stent placement, angioplasty, or vascular bypass surgery.

Emergency Diagnosis and Management: In emergency situations, such as stroke or acute trauma, CT angiography can quickly assess blood flow and identify vascular abnormalities that require immediate intervention. Rapid diagnosis and treatment initiation can significantly improve patient outcomes in these critical scenarios.

Guidance for Interventional Procedures: CTA images can be used to guide minimally invasive interventional procedures, such as embolization or thrombolysis, by providing precise anatomical details and localization of vascular abnormalities.

Contrast Material Considerations: While CT angiography is generally considered safe, the use of contrast material may pose risks for individuals with kidney problems or allergies. Healthcare providers carefully evaluate patients' medical history and assess the risks and benefits of contrast administration before performing CTA.