Computed Tomography (CT) is a medical imaging technique that uses X-rays to create detailed cross-sectional images of the body’s internal structures. By analyzing the data from the X-ray images using a computer, CT scans can provide high-resolution images that allow for the analysis of organs, bones, soft tissues, and blood vessels. CT scans are widely used in medical imaging technology and can be used to diagnose various conditions such as infectious diseases, cardiovascular diseases, tumors, and cancer.
CT Scan –
CT Scan –
GE 256 Slice Revolution CT ES
- 4-hour fasting (applicable to patients undergoing abdominal computer scan)
- Oral contrast may be given to aid in diagnosis (for patients undergoing abdominal computerized scans)
- Please remove any metal objects such as watches and jewelry
- Need to lie on the examination table, the radiologist will assist the patient to adjust the posture
- The table will move and enter the computer scanner to start the filming
- Please stay still during the computerized scan and follow the breathing instructions given by the radiologist
- Individual inspection items require injection of intravenous contrast agent
- After injecting the contrast agent, you may feel warm, nausea, etc. This is a normal reaction and the feeling will dissipate within a few minutes.
- If you are pregnant or suspected to be pregnant or breastfeeding, please inform the medical staff of the center.
- Please inform the medical staff of the center if you have any allergies (ever allergic to contrast), asthma, eczema, diabetes or long-term illness.
- If you have any questions, please consult with the medical staff of our center before the examination.