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Advanced technology used in AOH hospitals



Association of Hospitals (AOH), one of the oldest and trusted associations in healthcare of Mumbai uses advance technology for all the classes of society. AOH believes in using advanced technology and upgraded healthcare delivery quotient of Mumbai. Apart from the routine medical equipment, these hospitals also have highly specialized, modern equipment and perhaps the first in India.

AOH has inducted some of modern equipment such as Digital X-Ray System (YSIO), Digital Fluroscopy System and Tomogram & Ultra Sound System. For convenience of the patients, multiple ultrasound sonography & CT machines are set up in multiple hospitals. Modern BMD System that detects osteoporosis, 3-room Intra-operative Magnetic Resonance Imaging System (IMRIS) are highly used for surgical or interventional procedures.

Highly developed equipments like SKYRA, a high-tech unit is the most recent 3 tesla with 64 Channel MR Imaging systems with advance technology for neurological functioning, Laser technologies for Urology that helps in lithotripsy systems for treating kidney & prostrate illness, CRRT machine dedicated in house RO Plant to cater dialysis treatment, and Ophthalmology department.

High-tech services such as ICUs’ equipped with positive and negative isolation rooms for tranquil efficiency, Wireless monitoring during emergencies, Rehabilitation Care inclusive of Aquasice for Hydrotherapy, Antigravity treadmill, Kaynamatics and wireless cardiac monitoring facilities for cardiac rehabilitation, integrated OT facility, Advanced Robotic systems and  have been widely used. IVF and GIFT Units have been specially put to use for women convenience.

Dr. PM Bhujang, President, Association of Hospital said, “Charitable hospitals in the city are having advanced equipments in various specialities to provide quality healthcare to the patients. The Trust Hospitals annually spend a significant percent of their annual turnover for the needy patients. This is because they feel the need to help the weaker section of the society by providing treatment free or at negligible cost. These facilities are provided only to the genuinely deprived people who are unable to pay for minor or major treatments for a healthy living.”

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