Treatment Rooms

Treatment Rooms

Getting the right treatment requires the right kind of tools. At Apollo Clinic, India’s premier multi-speciality clinic, with centres across the country, our treatment rooms offer patients the best-in class treatment.

Why Are Treatment Rooms Important?

Getting the best treatment in a clinic requires a space that is dedicated to housing the right tools, coupled with the best specialists and medical experts, who are here to ensure that you get prompt and world-class treatment.

At Apollo Clinic, our treatment rooms, which are a part of the clinic’s patient care unit, offers a number of treatments or procedures that require specialised equipment. Our treatment in the clinic ranges from procedures like removing sutures, draining a hematoma, packing a wound or performing an examination.

What Services Can You Expect At Apollo Clinic’s Treatment Room:

Our clinic offers patients treatment procedures that include:

  1. Getting Dressings or Plasters: Typically applied to wounds or broken bones, this form of treatment is applied to protect the injury received, giving the body time to heal from the same.  
  2. Abscess/Boil Drainage: Typically carried out, as a treatment protocol, for certain skin disorders that result in pus-filled boils or abscess that need to be lanced.
  3. Stitches: Typically carried, as a treatment in our clinic, on wounds that need to be knitted back together.
  4. Nebulization: A treatment protocol that is carried out using a nebulizer, a drug delivery device that administers medication in the form of a mist, which is inhaled into the lungs.  
  5. Ear Cleaning: Typically carried out for patients who are suffering from ear blockage, ear wax or liquid build-up.  
  6. Saline & Drip: Administered as a supporting treatment for patients who do not have enough fluids in their system to function properly. 
  7. Copper T Insertion: Treatment protocol that is carried out as a birth control procedure.  

Injection Services: Treatment in our clinic which is offered to patients who require medication that is directly injected into their body.

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