Computed Tomography Scan Form
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Dubai Hospital at Radiology Department Ultrasound Reception
It is a useful examination because it can provide several types of tissues, bone, and
blood vessels—with great clarity. Plus this it is very safe and painless. But the
radiation exposure is slightly higher than the routine x-ray.
If you are scheduled to get an exam "with contrast or x-ray dye" you should not eat or drink anything for four hours prior to the procedure. You will receive instructions
about this from your physician or another healthcare professional. You will need to let
your physician know if you have ever had a reaction to any contrast dye, or allergic to
iodine or seafood added to this if the patient is female please let the technologist
know before your exam will start. Beside this if you are diabetic and take insulin, you
must consult with your doctor to adjust your dose. You should not take insulin if you
Before getting an appointment just inform the clerk that you are a diabetic patient and
request to be done in the early morning. If you take Glucophage (Metformin), you
may take the medicine before the x-ray examination but cannot resume taking it for at least 48 hours after the study is completed. Also, you must consult with the
doctor who ordered the study to find out when it is safe to resume taking Glucophage.
Please bring your medication list if you are under any medication.
The procedure can take between 10-45 minutes depending on the exact test
performed. If you prefer not to change into a patient gown, it is advised that you wear
loose fitting, comfortable clothing without metal parts. If you are scheduled for any
head exams, earrings, glasses, hearing aids and dentures must be removed prior to
If you are scheduled for an abdominal CT, this means you will be given an equivalent
of 36 ounces of barium to drink over 30 to 45 minutes prior to your exam. Upon the
exam table you may receive approximately 3 to 4 ounces of bicarbonate water to help
visualize the stomach during your exam. An IV line may need to be established so
that IV contrast can be given just before imaging begins. The insertion of the IV line
may give you some discomfort. The contrast may make you feel warm all through
your body. Some patients experience a metallic taste during the injection. These
sensations last until the injection is completed.
Patients under the age of 18 years need to be accompanied by an adult (parent or
We strongly advise that CT patients not bring children along without another
responsible supervising adult. We cannot provide supervision for the children
If your examination was non-contrast you will be able to resume normal activities immediately. Or your examination was with contrast media then you have to drink lots of water to get flush the dye from your body. In the end you have to see your doctor for complete results.
For further information related to your exam please call (215) 662-3142 and speak with a CT technologist or Radiology nurse.
Contact Number for appointment:- Sunday – Thursday from 12pm – 2pm: - 04-2195608 or During weekend (Friday-Saturday) and afternoon: - 04-2195600 / 04-2195601 Fax No: - 04-2195613
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