DIALYSIS Dialysis ( Greek dialusis ,"διάλυσις", meaning dis solution, dia, meaning thr ough, and lysis, meaning loosening or splitting) is a process for removing waste and excess water from the blood, and is used primarily to provide an artificial replacement for lost kidney function in people with renal failure.
It can assist people with paralysis, problems with balance, muscle pain and difficulty with mobility. Orthopaedic. Physiotherapy is often used to treat conditions and injuries that affect bones, joints and muscles, such as sports injuries and Arthritis. It is also used to assist rehabilitation after orthopedic surgery.
ECG, ECHO, TMT
A stress echocardiography, also called an echocardiography stress test or stress echo, is a procedure that determines how well your heart and blood vessels are working. During a stress echocardiography, you'll exercise on a bike while your doctor monitors your blood pressure and puls.
Endoscopy is a procedure that allows a doctor to view the inside of a person's body. Originally, endoscopy was only used in the esophagus, stomach, and colon. Now, doctors use endoscopy to diagnose diseases of the ear, nose, throat, heart, urinary tract, joints, and abdomen.
The computed tomography (CT) scan is a medical imaging procedure that uses x-rays and digital computer technology to create cross-section images of the body. It can make an image of every type of body structure at once, including bone, blood vessels and soft tissue. The CT scan may also be referred to by its older name of computed axial tomography or CAT scan.