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Dr Harish Raheja

Dr Harish Raheja did his M.B.B.S. from S. P. Medical College. He did his M.S. from Dr. S.N. Medical College. He won gold medal in General Surgery. He worked as senior resident in UCMS Delhi for three years. He did M.Ch. GI Surgery from Ahemdabad. From Ahemedabad only he did fellowship in Bariatric surgery from Asian Bariatric hospital for one year. He joined as consultant in SDMH, Jaipur and did lot of complicated GI Surgery. He worked as head of GI surgery at Delhi heart institute, Bathinda.

At present, he is running Shree Ambe hospital in Shri Ganganagar. He is having lot of experience in complicated gastrointestinal surgery and Bariatric surgery. He is the first Gastro and Bariatric surgeon in this region.


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Endoscopy is a nonsurgical procedure used to examine a person's digestive tract. Using an endoscope, a flexible tube with a light and camera attached to it, your doctor can view pictures of your digestive tract on a color TV monitor.

An ultrasound scan, also referred to as a sonogram, diagnostic sonography, and ultrasonography, is a device that uses high frequency sound waves to create an image of some part of the inside of the body, such as the stomach, liver, heart, tendons, muscles, joints and blood vessels

An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a recording of brain activity. During the test, small sensors are attached to the scalp to pick up the electrical signals produced when brain cells send messages to each other. These signals are recorded by a machine and are looked at by a doctor later to see if they're unusual.

An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test used to detect abnormalities related to electrical activity of the brain. This procedure tracks and records brain wave patterns. Small metal discs with thin wires (electrodes) are placed on the scalp, and then send signals to a computer to record the results.

X rays are a form of electromagnetic radiation, as is visible light, but with some different characteristics. The important difference is that X rays can penetrate or pass through the human body and produce shadow-like images of structures such as bones, some of the organs, and signs of disease and injury.

There are many, many reasons why a doctor, dentist or physiscian might request an x-ray. Almost too many to list here. But by far the most common is to be able to look inside a person's body in a painless manner to see the condition of the patient's bones.

Bone X-rays are the fastest and easiest way to view and assess broken bones, joint abnormalities, arthritis and spine injuries.

  • Abdomen X-Rays
  • Chest X-Rays 
  • Bones X-Rays
Bone X-rays are the fastest and easiest way to view and assess broken bones, joint abnormalities, arthritis and spine injuries

A Holter monitor is a battery-operated portable device that measures and records your heart’s activity (ECG) continuously for 24 to 48 hours or longer depending on the type of monitoring used. The device is the size of a small camera. It has wires with silver dollar-sized electrodes that attach to your skin. The Holter monitor and other devices that record your ECG as you go about your daily activities are called ambulatory electrocardiograms.
When used to study the heart, much like standard electrocardiography, the Holter monitor records electrical signals from the heart via a series of electrodes attached to the chest. Electrodes are placed over bones to minimize artifacts from muscular activity. The number and position of electrodes varies by model, but most Holter monitors employ between three and eight. These electrodes are connected to a small piece of equipment that is attached to the patient's belt or hung around the neck, keeping a log of the heart's electrical activity throughout the recording period.

Two-Dimensional Echocardiography can provide excellent images of the heart, paracardiac structures, and the great vessels. During a standard echo, the sound waves are directed to the heart from a small hand-held device called a transducer, which sends and receives signals. Heart walls and valves reflect part of the sound waves back to the transducer to produce pictures of the heart. These images appear in black and white and in color on a TV screen. They're selectively recorded on videotape and special paper, and reviewed and interpreted by a cardiologist (heart specialist). From the pictures it is possible to measure the size of each part of your heart, to study motion and appearance of the valves and the function of the heart muscle.
Our physician will use the measurements to determine how your heart is working and whether or not any abnormalities are present. A Doppler echo is often done at the same time in order to determine how the blood flows in your heart. The swishing sounds you hear during the test indicate blood flowing through the valves and chambers.

If you've been diagnosed with sleep apnea, than we probably prescribed you with one of several types of PAP therapy for your sleeping disorder to help treat your symptoms.
BiPAP and CPAP machines are very similar in function and design in that they are a non-invasive form of therapy for those suffering from sleep apnea. Like CPAP treatments, BPAP treatments are designed to keep the airway from collapsing and allow users to breathe easily and regularly during sleep.
Don't forget that the main difference between these two machines depend on your needs. Each individual responds differently to each treatment method, so type of treatment based on your test and treatment results. Appropriate testing is essential to determine what treatment method would suit your needs better and what settings are appropriate for you.


Nano-checker analyzes the optical densities of the test line on tested Nano-CheckTM devices and converts them to a concentration value.
In the blood, the nicotine level can rise within a few seconds of a puff on a cigarette. How much it rises depends on the amount of nicotine in the cigarette and the manner in which a person smokes, such as how deeply he or she inhales. The rate at which nicotine is metabolized and cotinine is cleared from the body also varies from person to person due to some genetic differences.
When someone stops using tobacco and nicotine products, it can take more than two weeks for the blood level of cotinine to drop to the level that a non-tobacco user would have and several weeks more for the urine level to decrease to a very low concentration.
Urine drug testing is an immunoassay based on the principle of competitive binding. Drugs which may be present in the urine specimen compete against their respective drug conjugate for binding sites on their specific antibody. During testing, a urine specimen migrates upward by capillary action. A drug, if present in the urine specimen below its cut-off concentration, will not saturate the binding sites of its specific antibody. The antibody will then react with the drug-protein conjugate

The purpose of this study is to determine the size of your heart, to evaluate how well your heart is functioning or pumping and to assess the structure and function of the valves within the heart. A 2-D (or two-dimensional) echocardiogram is capable of displaying a cross-sectional “slice” of the beating heart, including the chambers, valves and the major blood vessels that exit from the left and right ventricle. A Doppler echocardiogram measures the speed and direction of the blood flow within the heart. It screens the four valves for leaks and other abnormalities. By assigning color to the direction of blood flow, (Color Flow Mapping), large areas of blood flow may be studied. These color flow mappings allow abnormal blood flow characteristics to be interpreted by the cardiologist.

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  • General Medicine

    The department of General Medicine deals with the prevention, diagnosis and non-surgical treatment of various diseases. It is a broad ...

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  • Minimal Access Surgery

    Minimal Access Surgery or Minimally Invasive Surgery is a new kind of surgery which gets more and more common nowadays. ...

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  • Pulmonology & Critical Care

    Critical care in its various forms plays a central role in access to medical care. Because of its dramatic display ...

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  • Andrology

    Andrology focuses on the male reproductive system. It is mainly concerned with male infertility, erectile dysfunction and ejaculatory disorders. Since ...

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  • Advanced Urology

    Urology is the branch of medicine that deals with the urinary system of both males and females and the genital ...

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