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Advanced Diagnostic Tests and Techniques: Revolutionizing Healthcare

New Diagnostic Tests that are assisting doctors in delivering Healthcare with better outcomes

As much as research is helping the medical fraternity design new ways of treating some stubborn diseases, the improvement in diagnostic techniques is also playing an amazing role in early detection and better prognosis for some of these diseases. 

Some Path-breaking diagnosis tests for Predictability and early diagnosis of the diseases:

For Cancer Detection

  • Synthetic Biomarkers for Early Cancer Detection 

Synthetic Biomarkers work on signal amplification model. Some of the tumours can go undetected for many years after tumorigenesis. For e.g. PSA tests may not be able to detect a very early stage of prostate cancer. By using Synthetic Biomarkers, we enhance the chances of early detection of diseases like Breast Cancer and many other abdominal cancers, such as colon cancer. Further, Synthetic Biomarkers specifically help in the early detection of fast-growing aggressive tumours where we have smaller windows at an advanced stage. This helps doctors like Dr. Archit Pandit and Dr. Saphalta Baghmar treat cancer easily at the early stages. 

  • Exacta Therapy 

Exacta helps us understand gene mutations and pathways that are propelling a person’s cancer through multi-analyte and multi-coordinate analysis of over 20.805 genes in the cancer genome. This analysis helps identify drugs that would be most effective for a particular solid tumour. Exacta, thus enabling a highly sophisticated treatment strategy beyond the conventional perspective, even for difficult-to-treat or late-stage cancers. Many Oncologists such as Dr. Hari Goyal, Dr. Peush Bajpai, Dr. Shiveta Razdan and Dr. Sunny Garg have referred to Exacta Therapy for answers to late-stage solid tumours such as Breast Cancer, Lung Cancer and Colon Cancers. 

  • Genetic Tests or Gene Studies

Genetic tests can show if you have a gene change that increases your risk for disease. They can also tell if you have a gene change that you might pass on to your children. This helps you remain preventive and conscious about your health and take necessary steps well in time. These gene tests not only predict whether a person is exposed to the risk of Cancer but may also suggest if the patient may be a candidate for heart disease or Neurological disorders at some point in their life. 

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Predictability of Autoimmune Disorders 

  • Cytogenetics

The process of analyzing cells in a sample of tissue, blood, bone marrow, or amniotic fluid to look for changes in chromosomes, including broken, missing, rearranged, or extra chromosomes. Changes in certain chromosomes may be a sign of a genetic disease,  autoimmune disorder or condition or some types of cancer. These tests help young parents who are suffering from autoimmune disorders to plan their families risk-free.  Autoimmune disorders such as LUPUS, Muscular Dystrophies and sickle cell anemias in the next generation can be prevented with these tests. 

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Predictability of GVHDs in Post Transplants cases

  • Molecular Diagnostics

Advances in molecular diagnostics have the potential to improve patient care among solid organ transplant recipients by reducing time to pathogen identification and informing directed therapy in cases of GVHD. GVHD, or Graft versus Host diseases, is the most fearful situation in solid organ transplant cases. A molecular diagnostic can help us understand the pathogen that may be the cause of a GVHD, and the surgeon can be pre-prepared to handle such a situation. This can save the grafted organ and the entire effort behind the transplant. This offers better potential for personalized management of the transplanted organ in the case of Kidney Transplant, Bone Marrow Transplant and Liver Transplant by providing earlier detection of rejection episodes. The Transplant surgeons such as Dr. Ankur Garg, Dr. Pawan Singh, Dr. Giriraj Bora, Dr. Rajeev Sood, Dr. Manju Agarwal, Dr. Sanjay Gogoi and Dr. Kiran are recommending such tests before going ahead with the transplant. 

  • Cardiac Computed Tomography Angiography (CCTA)

CCTA is an imaging method that uses a computed tomography (CT) scanner to look at the structures and blood vessels of the heart. The exam provides 3D images of the coronary vessels of the heart. Cardiologists can look for coronary vessel blockage or narrowing, which can be a precursor to heart disease or heart attack. Doctors like Dr. Manjinder Singh Sandhu, Dr. D.K. Jham and Dr. Subhash Chandra offer their patients a pre-check on their heart condition using CCTA. Read More about the Cardiac Computed Tomography Angiography

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