CT Scan in Pune, Mumbai and Navi Mumbai

Ruby Ailcare, provides high-quality healthcare at the most reasonable costs, with highly experienced and famous doctors and radiologists, standardised methods, state-of-the-art technology, and high-end equipment. Here are some reasons why Ruby Ailcare should be your first choice for a CT scan in Pimpri (Pune), Juhu (Mumbai) and Vashi (Navi Mumbai)

  • Open 24×7
  • Reports in 4 hours only
  • Most affordable prices
  • Better technology
  • Experienced doctors and radiologists

CT Scan Cost in Pune (Pimpri) at Ruby Ailcare Services – Rs. 1,200/-* (Contrast charges are extra)

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CT Scan Cost in Mumbai (Juhu) at Ruby Ailcare Services- Rs.1,200/-* (Contrast charges are extra)

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CT Cost in Navi Mumbai (Vashi) at Ruby Ailcare Services

Price List

Sr. No. Details of Test Rate per test (In Rs.)
1 CT Scan Brain – Plain 985/-
2 CT Scan any other part – Plain 1650/-
3 CT Scan any two parts at a time – Plain 1640/-
4 CT Scan Contrast Study any part at a time 2040/-
5 CT Scan higher function / Special Study
(Bone Densitometry / Dexascan / 3D – Scan / Angiography / Bronchography / Colonoscopy / Dental CT / CT Guided Biopsy / Perfusion Study etc.
4700/-

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CT SCAN – CARDIAC CT

  • BRAIN PLAIN
  • BRAIN CONTRAST
  • BRAIN VENO
  • ORBIT PLAIN
  • ORBIT CONTRAST
  • PNS PLAIN
  • PNS CONTRAST
  • HRCT TEMPORAL BONE
  • HRCT TEMPORAL BONE CONTRAST
  • DENTAL
  • NECK
  • HRCT CHEST
  • HRCT CHEST CONTRAST
  • CALCIUM SCORE
  • UPPER ABDOMEN
  • PELVIS
  • ABDOMEN PELVIS
  • ABDOMEN PELVIS CONTRAST
  • KUB
  • UROGRAPHY
  • LOOPOGRAM
  • VERTUAL BRONCOSCOPY
  • SCANOGRAM

CT SCAN – 3D IMAGING

  • TM JOINTS
  • FACE 3D
  • CHEST 3D
  • CERVICAL SPINE 3D
  • CLAVICAL 3D
  • LT SHOULDER 3D
  • LT ELBOW 3D
  • RT HAND 3D
  • LT HAND 3D
  • RT WRIST 3D
  • LT WRIST 3D
  • FINGER 3D
  • DORSAL SPINE
  • LT ANKLE 3D
  • RT FOOT 3D
  • LT FOOT 3D
  • RT CALCENIUM 3D
  • LT CALCENIUM 3D

CT SCAN – ANGIOGRAPHY

  • BRAIN ANGIO
  • BRAIN AND NECK ANGIO
  • PULMONURY ANGIO
  • CORONARY ANGIO
  • RT UPPER LIMB ANGIO
  • LT UPPER LIMB ANGIO
  • ABDOMEN ANGIO
  • AORTOGRAM
  • RENAL ANGIO
  • LOWER LIMB ANGIO

OTHER

  • UPPER LIMB ANGIO
  • UPPER LIMB VENOGRAPHY
  • LOWER LIMB ANGIO
  • LOWER LIMB VENOGRAPHY
  • MRI BREAST / MAMMOGRAPHY
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    Instructions for patients

    • Like general/ routine X-ray examination, the C.T. Scan examination is done by using X-Rays, Hence C.T. Scan examination caries risk of radiation.
    • Patient must not carry any ornaments or other similar articles on the part of body which on the part of body which is to be subjected to C.T. Scan examination because image of the body part and create difficulty in precise diagnosis.
    • Since the X-Rays involved in C.T. Scan examination are harmful to the foetus in, the women who are sure or have any doubt regarding their pregnancy, and last LMP date, must inform accordingly to the C.T. Scan centre and avoid C.T. Scan examination.
    • Patients are requested to bring with them all the reports of their previous tests/examinations such as X-rays, Sonography, Pathology Lab, etc. while coming for C.T. Scan examination.
    • One close relative should accompany the patient during C.T. Scan examination in case the patient is afraid or is unstable/ shaky during C.T. Scan examination.
    • Patients are requested to inform the C.T. Scan Centre if they are reactive/ allergic to any drug/ chemical or they are suffering from Asthma and Kidney disease.
    • Patients are required to be fasting (no food or drinks) for 4 hours before every C.T. Scan examination. Similarly, patient should take laxative/ purgative and deflatulents (gases reducing drungs) as advised by C.T. Scan centre before C.T. Scan examination of abdomen/ pelvis (belly).
    • For routine C.T. Scan examination, patients will be taken as per prior appointments and token numbers. However, this C.T. Scan centre has discretion to take emergency cases any time without prior appointment. Accordingly other patients/relatives are requested to co-operate in such circumstances.
    • Those patients who came late (i.e after the appointment time) will be taken for C.T. Scan after all the waiting patients are over.
    • All the patients/ relatives are requested to understand the every C.T. Scan examination is to be done initially without using contrast dye. If this does not give adequate information, then second/ repeat examination with contrast dye is to be undertaken (around 10% cases). Direct initial examination with contrast dye is not done. Similarly, it cannot be forecast as to which patient will require the examination with contrast with contrast dye. Hence every patient should assume the requirement of contrast dye and prepare accordingly so that inconvenience can be avoided.
    • In case, second/ repeat examination is required with Contrast dye addition C.T. Scan charges will be recovered.
    • T. Scan examination is not possible in this centre if patient’s weight is more than 100kg.
    • Serum creatinine (blood report) is compulsory for contrast dye study. (Under three days report)
    • Please Remove your jewellery before scan time.
    • सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी हि क्ष-किरण तपासणीप्रमाणे क्ष-किरणांच्या साहाय्याने करण्यात येते. त्यामुळे क्ष-किरण तपासणी प्रमाणे सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी करतानाही किरणोत्सर्गाची जोखीम असते
    • ज्या भागाची सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी करायची असते त्या शरीराच्या भागावर धातूचे दागिने अथवा अन्य तपासणी करताना काढून ठेवाव्या लागतात. कारण सी. टी. स्कॅनच्या प्रतिमेत/ चित्रात या दागिन्यांच्या/ वस्तूंच्या प्रतिमा उमटतात व त्यामुळे रोग निदानात अडथळा येतो. उदा. डोक्याचे स्कॅनिंग करताना कान आणि नाकातील व तसेच केसातील क्लिप्स याचा सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणीत अडथळा येतो.
    • गर्भाशयातील गर्भ / अर्भग यांना क्ष किरण हानिकारक असल्याने गरोदर महिलांनी सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी टाळणे हितकारक आहे. त्यामुळे सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी गरोदर असल्याची खात्री/ शंका असल्यास संबंधित महिला रुग्णांनी याबाबत या केंद्रास न चुकता माहिती द्यावी. याच कारणासाठी लहान मुलांना विनाकारण सी. टी. स्कॅन केंद्रात आण्यास टाळावे.
    • सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी साठी येताना आधीचे एक्स रे, सोनोग्राफी, प्रयोगशाळा तपासणी या सारख्या सर्व तपासण्यांचे रिपोर्ट्स बरोबर घेऊन यावेत.
    • रुग्णास अलर्जी तसेच काही औषधांच्या रिअकशन्स येत असतील अथवा दमा किंवा किडनीचा विकार असेल तर सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी पूर्वी याची माहिती सी. टी. स्कॅन केंद्रास द्यावी.
    • सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी करताना रुग्ण घाबरत असल्यास किंवा स्थिर राहत नसल्यास त्या सोबत एका नातेवाईकाने थांबावे लागते. तसेच रुग्णास गुंगीचे औषध देण्याची हि गरज भासू शकते.
    • सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणीपूर्वी रुग्णाने ४ तास उपाशी (म्हणजे अन्न व पाणी न घेणे) आवश्यक आहे.
    • नियोजित सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासण्या आधी दिलेल्या वेळेनुसार व टोकन नंबर प्रमाणे करण्यात येतील. पण तातडीच्या केसेस अपॉइंटमेंट शिवाय ऐनवेळी घेण्याचा अधिकार सी. टी. स्कॅन केंद्रास निर्विवाद पणे असतील. तरी त्या दृष्टीने अन्य रुग्णांनी/ नातेवाईकांनी सहकार्य करावे.
    • जे रुग्ण दिलेल्या वेळेत (अपॉइंटमेंट टाइम) तपासणी साठी येणार नाहीत त्यांची तपासणी उपस्थित असलेल्या सर्व रुग्णाच्या तपासणी नंतर होईल.
    • रुग्णांनी/ नातेवाईकांनी हे लक्षात घ्यावे कि कोणतीही सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी प्रथम साधीच म्हणजे रंगाचे इंजेक्शन शिवाय करावी लागते. ह्या तपासणीतुन पूर्ण माहिती न मिळाल्यास रंगाचे इंजेक्शन वापरून व वेगळी फी भरून पुह्ना (दुसऱ्यांदा) सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी करावी लागते (सुमारे १०% रुग्ण). थेट सुरवातीलाच रंगाचे इंजेक्शन वापरून सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी करता येत नाही. तसेच रंगाचे इंजेक्शन सहित तपासणी करावी लागेल असे मानून त्या दृष्टीने तयारी ठेवावी म्हणजे गैरसोय व दगदग टाळू शकेल.
    • ज्या रुग्णांना रंगाचे इंजेक्शन वापरून दुहेरी तपासणी करावी लागेल त्यांच्या कडून त्यांच्या कडून केवळ दुसऱ्या तपासणीसाठी ची फी घेण्यात येईल.
    • ज्या रुग्णाचे वजन १००किलो पेक्षा जास्त आहे त्यांची या केंद्रात सी. टी. स्कॅन तपासणी होत नाही.

    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

    A CT Scan, also known as a Computed Tomography scan, is a non-invasive diagnostic imaging technique used in radiology to provide comprehensive pictures of the body. CT scans can detect bone and joint problems, like complex bone fractures and tumours.

    Doctors use them to guide treatment plans and procedures. Doctors can compare CT scans to find out if certain treatments are working. For example, scans of a tumour over time can show whether it’s responding to chemotherapy or radiation.

    It uses x-rays from multiple angles to create images of the inside of the body. These images are combined by a computer into a detailed, three-dimensional image and is called a 3D CT Scan.

    Before the scan, some people are given a specific dye called a contrast medium. The contrast dye is either injected into a vein or administered orally. This helps to provide a sharper imaging of certain portions of your body.

    A CT scan is a type of imaging procedure that employs X-rays to make detailed images of organs, bones, and other tissues. The person is positioned on a table that rotates around a scanning ring. The information gathered can be combined to create three-dimensional images. The pictures indicate anomalies in both bone and soft tissue, such as lung pneumonia, malignancies in various organs, and bone fractures.

    MRI generates comprehensive images of locations inside the body as well, but it does so using radio waves and a powerful magnet. The person is similarly lying on a table that transforms into a ring-shaped scanning gadget, but it is far thicker. Similarly, these images can distinguish between healthy and diseased tissue.

    The advantages of a CT scan typically exceed the hazards. You will be exposed to a small amount of radiation during a CT scan. There has been no evidence that this tiny dosage of radiation causes harm. Advanced CT scans machines at Ruby Ailcare ensure lower radiation and reduce the risks greatly.

    • What should I eat before my CT scan? 

    Starting at midnight the night before your visit, the staff may advise you to drink only clear beverages. They may also advise you to fast for at least 4 hours before the scan. To be sure, ask your doctor for specific instructions for your test.

    • What should I wear? 

    You’ll need to take off any metal-containing clothing that could interfere with the scan. You can wear a hospital gown if your attire isn’t suitable for the scan.

    In most cases, a CT scan will take around an hour. The majority of that time is spent on preparation. The scan itself should take no more than 10 to 30 minutes. Ruby Ailcare advanced machines take, on an average,10 minutes to 20 minutes for a CT scan.

    Contrast is a substance that your doctor may have you consume or inject into your system through an IV to help give clearer images. With that being said, it is not required for every CT scan; it all depends on the doctor and the results they are seeking.

    A CT scan does not cause any discomfort. During the screening, you will be urged to remain as motionless as possible, which can be a little uncomfortable at times, but the scan itself causes no physiological discomfort.

    The radiation emitted during the scan might cause harm under certain circumstances, therefore, tell your doctor if you have any of the following:

    • If you’re pregnant, you should only have a CT scan if it’s really essential because it can harm the foetus. 
    • If the scan is for a child, ask your doctor if the radiation can be adjusted to be less intense, as youngsters are not as resistant to radiation as adults are. 
    • If you have diabetes and are taking Metformin, or if you have any renal problems, tell your doctor.

    COVID-19 and other respiratory diseases, such as seasonal flu, cannot be distinguished by a chest CT. Imaging findings are not specific enough to confirm COVID-19, unlike swab testing, which lead to specific diagnoses. They can only point to infection symptoms.

    CT exams are generally painless, fast, and easy.

    One of the most suggested tests for the diagnosis of COVID infection in the lungs is an HRCT Chest CT Scan for Covid. HRCT Chest Test refers to a High-Resolution Computed Tomography Scan of the lungs, sometimes also referred to as HRCT Lungs. It is a type of CT Scan technique where spatial resolution of the images are enhanced through algorithms and a narrow slice width is used to obtain thin-slice images of the lung parenchyma.