This technique is used to "see" the actual motion of the heart structures. A 2-D echo view appears cone-shaped on the monitor, and the real-time motion of the heart's structures can be observed.
Non Invasive Cardiology Department
|Location – ECG Dept
Ground Floor, BH
022-22067676 Extn. 256
|Location – Echo / Stress / Holter
|2nd Floor, MRC
|022-22067676 Extn. 308
|9 am to 7 pm
List of Consultants
|Dr. Rajendra Goyal (HOD)
Dr. Mohammad Taufiq Baksh
Dr. Vritu Vaghela
The department of Non Invasive Cardiology at Bombay Hospital Institute and Medical Research Centre was started in 1980 with basic facilities for monitoring and treatment of patients.
It is a full-fledged Cardiac diagnostic department and has two latest generation Echo machines. It is one of the busiest departments of Bombay Hospital and caters to indoor, as well as, outdoor patients.
The Indoor facility provides for Echo cardiography in the Echo Room which is located on the 2nd floor of MRC building and also Bedside portable Echo on emergency basis.
An average of 1200 to 1300 Echo cardiographies are done on a monthly basis with a daily average of 45 to 50 Echoes and a fair number of TMTs. Among these, 12 to 15 cases are out patients. You can walk-in for the procedure and your test will be done within half an hour. The department also gives provisional typed reports.
The department has 3 full time consultants who are supported by PGDCC trainee doctors who are always available in the department.