The Department of General Medicine & Emergency monitors the in-patient care and also manages the 24-hour casualty unit equipped to meet the requirements of emergency situations and trauma care ably supported by Neurosurgeons and other specialist doctors on call, round the clock.

The Emergency department assesses and treats people with serious injuries and those in need of emergency treatment. It's open 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.

The Emergency department is sometimes referred to as casualty, accident and emergency. We do also provide the services of an ambulance if it’s necessary. Generally you should go to the emergency department only in emergencies such as loss of consciousness, a very serious state of confusion, persistent severe chest pain or breathing difficulties.

Dr. Hema M.P


Medical Superintendent

This rapidly developing subspecialty is available at IAH, and has rendered possible the treatment of vascular malformations as Aneurysms with a degree of precision security and success rate that was previously unthinkable. The following procedures are available at IAH done under the supervision of highly qualified and experienced Endovascular Neuro Radiologists who are specially trained in this speciality.

Diagnostic Cerebral / Spinal Angiogram (DSA)

Endovascular treatment of Aneurysms using minimally invasive technique of accessing the Aneurysm from within the bloodstream, specifically during angiography with a high success rate.

Other Cerebral, Head & Neck Vascular malformations:

Other vascular and related diseases are treated endovascularly. Certain facial Lymphangiomas and Hemangiomas are treated by direct puncturing and injecting Sclerosant agents under flouroscopic guidance, hence avoiding major surgeries.

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