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Medical Services

Maternity Services.

  • Maternity Services

    The Maternity services team at UCLH is committed to providing safe, high-quality, accessible and equitable care to women and their families. This commitment is to both high-quality midwife-led services in low-risk cases and excellence in maternal and fetal medicine for women with known risk factors at booking, or those who develop complications in pregnancy. We encourage women to access maternity services as early as possible in pregnancy, as the evidence suggests that early access to maternity services can improve outcomes for women and their babies. UCLH offers midwife-led care, shared care and consultant-led care.

Minimal Access Surgery

  • Minimal Access Surgery

    The place of minimal access surgery (MAS) in current gynaecological practice remains controversial. As a consequence, MAS techniques have been subject to a significant amount of prospective, evidence-based assessment. The ultimate results of these comparative trials will undoubtedly have a profound impact on the future direction of our speciality. It is timely, therefore, to review the currently available data. Evidence from 2195 patients in 23 randomised clinical trials of five different treatment modalities (ectopic, ovarian cysts, Myomectomy, Colposuspension and hysterectomy) clearly demonstrates that uncomplicated MAS procedures produce patient friendly benefits, at least in the short term. No matter what operation is performed, the Laparoscopic approach is associated with less pain, shorter hospital stay and shorter recovery. These immediate patient-orientated benefits are a generic consequence of replacing the manoeuvres of open surgery through Laparotomy incisions with minimal access. These benefits must be offset against significant disadvantages. Minimal access surgery procedures always require the use of expensive, high technology equipment and usually take longer to perform. Such procedures may be more costly than current open procedures and costs will, in part, be dependent on the amount of disposable equipment employed. Patients undergoing MAS procedures may be at risk of new and/or increased risk of traditional complications. The longer-term results of most MAS procedures have not yet been determined. These potential benefits and disadvantages of MAS require that each procedure is carefully and individually assessed.

IVF and ICSI Centre

  • IVF and ICSI Centre

    Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) is a specialised form of In-Vitro Fertilisation (IVF) that is used for the treatment of severe cases of male-factor infertility. ICSI involves the injection of a single sperm directly into a mature egg.

    At City Fertility Centre we use a medium called Sperm Slow® during sperm selection. This medium contains hyaluronan (HA), which binds sperm that are more likely to have normal DNA, and thus allows selection of these bound sperm for injection. By selecting the sperm that are bound to HA and using them for ICSI, the embryologists are preferentially using the better-quality, more mature sperm. This technique is also known as PICSI and we use it as standard practice with no additional cost to the patient.

Antenatal Clinic

  • Antenatal Clinic

    If you're healthy and expecting a straightforward pregnancy, you may be able to choose from the following options:
    Midwife-led or GP-led care, rather than care from an obstetrician.
    Care from both your GP and your midwife, sometimes alternating between the two. This is called shared care.
    Sole care from either your GP or your midwives.
    If you have a medical history that means you'll need extra care, you may be seen by a hospital obstetrician. If this is the case you will see a doctor and a midwife at your antenatal appointments.
    Probably not. It could be that in your area a caseload midwifery system is operated. This is when you see the same midwife, or her back-up, at each visit. Or your area may operate team midwifery, where you are cared for by a group of midwives.

Women Disorder Clinic

  • Women Disorder Clinic

    Major depression is nearly twice as common in women as in men, with a lifetime occurrence of the illness as high as 21 percent in women compared with 12.7 percent in men. Although bipolar disorder is equally common in men and women (affecting about one percent of both over a lifetime), bipolar depressive episodes occur more often in women. Moreover, research suggests that, at least in some women, reproductive-related hormonal changes help raise the risk of depressive episodes.

    While menstruation, pregnancy and menopause do not, by themselves, appear to increase the risk of a mood disorder, women with mood illness have a greater chance of relapse if they’re untreated at these times.

Central(VRV)+Split AC

  • Central(VRV)+Split AC

    When the question is about the health of your loved ones, time & distance should not be limitating factors. Dr Punj Artemis Hospital & Manokamna Fertility Center has provided a fully equiped A.C ambulance for the convenience of the patient.But these ambulance services are not forced upon on mobile and comfortable patients going out of the hospital for routine C.T, MRI or other tests which are not available in hospital.

In House Laboratory

  • In House Laboratory

    Our in-house laboratory is equipped to run a wide range of tests and the reults are available to us within 24 hours. In emergency situations we can have certain results within minutes. Some tests need to be run at our outside laboratory and these results may take longer to return.

    The tests we can run in-clinic include:

    Complete Blood Counts (CBC)
    Serum Biochemistry
    Electrolyte levels