Major Equipments


Ventilator is a mechanical device providing artificial respiration by supplying enough oxygen and eliminate right amount of carbon dioxide by maintaining the decided arterial partial pressure of carbon dioxide and decided arterial oxygen tension.

Anesthesia Ventilator

Any surgical method of treatment successfully performed mainly because, the patient does not feel pain by appropriate administrating of anesthesia which facilitates surgeons with favorable working conditions. Anesthesia’s machine used to variable gas mixture including anesthetic and life supporting sustainable gases to the patient’s respiratory system.

Dialysis Machine

The dialysis machine mixes and monitors the dialysate. Dialysate is the fluid that helps remove the unwanted waste products from blood. It also helps get electrolytes and minerals to their proper levels in the body. The machine also monitors the flow of blood while it is outside the body.

The Nephrology department at Sanjivani Multispeciality Hospital has nine modern high quality haemodialysis machine this unit equipped to deal with all the needs of kidney patients including defibrillator and ECG machine, central gas supply system.


BIPAP (VPAP IV) is used to provide non invasive ventilation to the patients with respiratory insufficiency for obstructive sleep apnea.


Defibrillator used as a life saving equipments for handling acute cardiac arrest.   A defibrillator is used to restore a normal heart rhythm by delivering an electrical shock to the heart when the heartbeat is dangerously fast due to ventricular tachycardia or ventricular fibrillation. Either of these conditions can be life-threatening, possibly causing the heart to abruptly cease pumping blood to the body (cardiac arrest), leading to sudden cardiac death. In our hospital this equipment is available in casualty ICU, nephrology and operation theatre.


ECG deals with the electrical activity of the human heart. Vitals picks by using electrodes. ECG machine is primary equipment to record ECG signal in various configurations. 12 channels with interpretation are required for recording and analyzing the waveforms with special software.

Ultrasound  Color Doppler

This technique estimates the average velocity of flow within a vessel by color coding the information. The direction of blood flow is assigned the color red or blue, indicating flow towards or away from the ultrasound transducer. Ultrasound is a source of diagnostic as made possible in the detection of cysts (cancer or tumor) its main attraction as an imaging modality lies in its non invasive character and avidity to distinguish interface between soft tissues. Doppler ultrasound is a technique for making non-invasive velocity measurements of blood flow. For the velocity measurement of blood, ultrasound is transmitted into a vessel and the sound that is reflected from the blood is detected.

Tread Mill Test

It is being conducted in the diagnostic center located in the cardiology department. This test gives more information about the heart function to determining the stain of body muscles.

X-ray Unit

The department of x-ray provides comprehensive radiology services including fixed x-ray and portable x-ray machine. An x-ray imaging system consists of a x-ray source or generator, an image detection system which can be either a film (analog technology) or a digital capture system. X-ray machines are used in health care for visualizing bone structures and other dense tissues such as tumors.

C –arm Image Intensifier

A mobile image intensifier generally consists of two units, the intensifier unit and the television or workstation unit. The intensifier unit consists of a C-arm with a variety of movements that allows for use in a variety of surgical procedures such as cardiology, orthopedics and urology.

Multipara Monitor

This patient monitor can be used to monitor patient’s physiological parameters: ECG, respiratory rate, temperatures, non-invasive blood pressure (NIBP), invasive blood pressure (IBP), EtCO2, pulse oxygen saturation (SpO2), and pulse rate.

Laparascopy Equipments

Laparoscopy is a way of doing surgery without making a large incision (cut). A thin, lighted tube known as the laparoscope, is inserted into the abdomen through a small incision. The laparoscope is a small camera that allows your doctor to see the pelvic organs. If a problem needs to be fixed, other instruments are used. These instruments are inserted either through the laparoscope or through other small cuts in your abdomen.

Laparoscopy is used for some procedures including fibroids, ovarian cyst, ectopic pregnancy, sterilization, hysterectomy.

Harmonic Scalpel

The harmonic scalpel system utilizes ultrasonic energy to enable haemostatic cutting  and coagulation of soft tissues. It is offering and improved ergonomic design incorporating hand activation, the capability  to seal large vessels and decrease in transection time. Fully auto analyzer

The Awareness Technologies ChemWell 2902 Bio Chemistry Analyzer is a reliable, affordable, and completely open system that is easy to program, set up assays, routine jobs, quality control, panels, and even index calculations to suit laboratory and it is entirely password protected. ChemWell 2902 as either a batch analyzer or a continuous loading random-access analyzer for performing clinical biochemistry tests.

RO Plant

Reverse osmosis-manufactured plants are used to produce high-quality dematerialized water, to minimize the use of chemicals which are the regenerates associated with the more conventional dematerialized ion exchange process.

Reverse osmosis is similar to the technique used in dialysis, which is used by people with kidney failure. The kidneys filter the blood, removing waste products (e.g. urea) and water, which is then excreted as urine. A dialysis machine mimics the function of the kidneys. The blood passes from the body via a catheter to the dialysis machine, across a filter.


    Our Main Equipment Facilities are

  • Advanced multislice CT with 3D images.
  • High quality wild range of examinations.
  • Thin slice
  • Shorter scan time
  • Multiphase protocol
  • Better reconstruction images


Our Main Equipment Facilities are

  • Latest version of machine
  • High quality images
  • Ultrasound scan with reporting


An electroencephalogram (EEG) is a test used to evaluate the electrical activity in the brain.Brain cells communicate with each other through electrical impulses. An EEG can be used to help detect potential problems associated with this activity.


Electromyography (EMG) is a diagnostic procedure to assess the health of muscles and the nerve cells that control them (motor neurons). EMG results can reveal nerve dysfunction, muscle dysfunction or problems with nerve-to-muscle signal transmission.


A nerve conduction study is a medical diagnostic test commonly used to evaluate the function, especially the ability of electrical conduction, of the motor and sensory nerves of the human body.

Dental OPG

X-rays use radiation to take pictures of bones and other parts inside the body. An OPG is a panoramic X-ray of the upper & lower jaws, including the teeth. The OPG unit is specifically designed to rotate around the patients head during the scan. An OPG will take approximately 20 seconds.

An OPG can be used to take for

  • Fractures
  • Dislocated jaw
  • Infection
  • Dentition(teeth)
  • It can also be used for surgical planning.

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