Noida Sector 12

Noida Sector 11


Preet Vihar, Delhi

Pandav Nagar, Delhi






Embark on a journey of advanced diagnostics with Metro Hospitals, where we proudly introduce the state-of-the-art Discovery™️ IQ Gen 2 PET/CT system. Renowned globally for its unparalleled image quality and minimal radiation exposure, this cutting-edge technology is tailored for exceptional performance, scalability, and clinical excellence. By harnessing the latest innovations, we elevate clinical outcomes, streamline productivity, and ensure profitability, setting a new standard in PET/CT services for precise diagnoses and effective treatment strategies.

Key Features
  • Pioneer in utilizing Discovery™️ IQ Gen 2, the premier PET/CT system worldwide
  • Unrivaled image clarity with reduced radiation exposure
  • Adaptive system designed to meet evolving clinical demands
  • Elevated clinical outcomes, productivity, and profitability
  • Next-generation technology for accurate diagnoses and personalized treatment planning
Exploring New Frontiers in Nuclear Medicine and Theranostics

At Metro Hospitals, we redefine the landscape of Nuclear Medicine through innovative approaches that utilize trace amounts of radioactive isotopes for targeted disease management. With state-of-the-art facilities including the Advanced GE Discovery PET-CT and dedicated ‘Hot Lab,’ we delve into metabolic and physiological changes, enabling early detection of diseases before visible anatomical alterations occur. Our dedicated Nuclear Medicine Department empowers us to offer personalized treatment modalities, based on early disease identification, ushering in a new era of precision medicine.

Key Features
  • Leading-edge Nuclear Medicine Department at the forefront of innovation
  • Advanced imaging technology for pinpoint accuracy in diagnoses
  • Focus on detecting metabolic and physiological shifts for early disease intervention
  • Early disease detection capabilities prior to visible anatomical changes
  • Tailored treatment options crafted through early disease identification

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Meet our team of medical experts, dedicated to providing exceptional care and expertise. With decades of combined experience, our specialists bring cutting-edge knowledge and personalized treatment approaches to address a wide range of health conditions. From preventive care to advanced interventions, trust our experts to guide you on your journey to optimal health and well-being.

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Experience our state-of-the-art facilities and cutting-edge technology. With a commitment to safety, efficiency, and comfort, our infrastructure ensures a supportive environment for healing and well-being. Discover how we prioritize excellence in every aspect of our hospital's physical framework, tailored to meet the needs of our patients and community.

Frequently asked questions

A PET-CT scan combines positron emission tomography (PET) and computed tomography (CT) imaging techniques into a single procedure. It provides detailed information about the body’s metabolic and anatomical functions, helping to detect and diagnose various conditions.

PET-CT scans involve the injection of a radioactive tracer into the body, which emits positrons. These positrons interact with nearby electrons, resulting in the emission of gamma rays. The PET scanner detects these gamma rays, creating images of metabolic activity. Meanwhile, the CT scanner provides detailed anatomical images, enhancing the diagnostic accuracy.

PET-CT scans are commonly used to detect cancer, assess the spread of cancer, evaluate heart conditions, and diagnose neurological disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease.

Preparation for a PET-CT scan typically involves fasting for several hours before the procedure, avoiding strenuous physical activity, and following specific instructions regarding medication use. Patients are advised to consult with their healthcare provider for personalized preparation guidelines.

PET-CT scans are generally considered safe procedures. The radioactive tracer used in PET scans emits low levels of radiation, which is comparable to other diagnostic imaging techniques. However, individuals should inform their healthcare provider if they are pregnant or breastfeeding, as special precautions may be necessary.

The duration of a PET-CT scan varies depending on the specific protocol and the area of the body being examined. On average, the entire procedure typically takes 1 to 2 hours.

Most patients do not experience discomfort during a PET-CT scan. The injection of the radioactive tracer may cause a slight sensation, and lying still during the scan can be uncomfortable for some individuals. However, the procedure is generally well-tolerated.

After the scan, patients can resume their normal activities unless otherwise instructed by their healthcare provider. It is essential to stay hydrated and follow any post-procedure guidelines provided by the medical team.

Patients may be advised to avoid close contact with pregnant women, infants, and young children for a short period after the procedure due to the presence of the radioactive tracer in their body. Additionally, driving restrictions may apply if sedation was administered during the scan.

The time it takes to receive PET-CT scan results varies depending on the healthcare facility’s protocols and the urgency of the situation. In many cases, results are available within a few days, and patients are informed by their healthcare provider.