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 Image Plus powered by 50 KHz high frequency X-Ray generator is a microprocessor controlled C-Arm machine providing excellent image quality at low radiation. Also having High resolution monitors and Anatomical Program (APR) for radiography of 4 body parts.

Asha Hospital now offers the convenience of  C-ARM within its Premises.

Versana Essential


Versana Essential for your general practice

The Versana Essential world-class ultrasound machine can help you raise your standard of care. This complete ultrasound scan solution empowers you to enhance and expand your services and deepen your connections with patients.


Versana Essential for your OB/GYN practice

You hold the hopes of women and their babies in your hands. The Versana Essential world-class ultrasound machine empowers you to deliver quality care with powerful ultrasound scan capability for OB/GYN tools like SonoBiometry and Whizz one-touch image optimization.



Asha Hospital now offers the convenience of ICU within its Premises.

  • What would I do to protect my daughter from cervical cancer?
  • What would I do to protect my future

Take few steps to protect yourself:-

1) Learn more about Cervical Cancer & preventing Cervical Cancer.
2) Go the distance. Make these relationships stronger than Cervical Cancer.
3) Speak to a doctor about getting protection today.


Did you know? In India, every 7 minutes there’s a woman dying of cervical cancer. Do everything you can to protect yourself from cervical cancer and other HPV related diseases.

What is the Cervix?

Ans: The Cervix is located at the entrance of the uterus. The cervix prevents infections from reaching the uterus. This is especially important during pregnancy, where the cervix keeps infections outside the uterus and protects the growing foetus.

What is Cervical Cancer?
Ans: Cervical Cancer is a cancer of the Cervix. In India, Cervical Cancer is the most common cause of Cancer-related death amongst women, even more common than Breast Cancer. In fact, every year in India, 132,000 women are diagnosed with Cervical Cancer and more than 74.000 women die due to this disease. Cervical Cancer generally shows no symptoms until it has reached an advanced stage.

How does one get Cervical Cancer?
Ans: Cervical Cancer is caused by a virus-the Human Papillomavirus (HPV), which infects the Cervix This cancer is not hereditary. The virus is common and is transmitted through skin-to-skin contact of the genital area.

Who is likely to get Cervical Cancer?
Ans: Every sexually active woman is at risk of Cervical Cancer, throughout her life. In fact, up to 80% of women will be infected with an HPV infection at some point in their life. The risk of infection begins in adolescence and continues in to adulthood. Cervical Cancer affects women at the prime of their lives: when they play a central role in their families. Although Cervical Cancer affects older women, younger women are at the highest risk of acquiring an HPV infection that might lead to Cervical Cancer later in their lives.

How is Cervical Cancer detected?
Ans: Screening tests (e.g. Pap Smears) can detect abnormalities which indicate the pre-cancerous and early stages of Cervical Cancer. Remember, screening can only detect an HPV infection after it has happened; it cannot prevent the infection from happening in the first place.

Can Cervical Cancer be prevented?
Ans: Good news! Yes. vaccination is the only way to prevent Cervical Cancer before it happens. Vaccination works by making the body produce antibodies against the virus. These antibodies protect the body from an HPV infection, by fighting the virus when it attacks the cervix. By protecting the cervix from an HPV infection, vaccination offers protection against Cervical Cancer.

Who should take the vaccine?
Ans: Speak to your doctor about whether the vaccine is suitable for you.

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Dr. Kiran Jain (Psychiatrist) M.D., D.P.C.M., F.C.C.P.

Time: BY Appointment – Mon to Sat

• Depression • Anxiety • Phobia • Stress
• Sleep Related Problems • Deaddiction • Memory Problems • Headache
• Child & Adolescent Problems • Old Age Problems • Schizophrenia • Other Mental Problems


Who is a Psychiatrist?

Ans: A psychiatrist is a physician who specializes in psychiatry and is certified in treating mental disorders. All psychiatrists are trained in diagnostic evaluation and in psychotherapy. And, as part of their evaluation of the patient, psychiatrists are one of only a few mental health professionals who may prescribe psychiatric medication, conduct physical examinations, order and interpret laboratory tests and electroencephalograms, and may order brain imaging studies such as computed tomography or computed axial tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and positron emission tomography scanning.
Psychiatrists in the professional world are either:
(1) Physicians (MBBS, MD, DO, etc) who specialize in treating mental illness or
(2) Scientists who are qualified as doctors in the academic field of psychiatry. All psychiatrists who treat individuals clinically are physicians.


  Are you aware that any lady in your family, (specially over the age of 40 yrs.) is a likely candidate for attack from one of the deadliest forms of Cancer and that is ‘BREAST-CANCER’. The incidence of Breast-Cancer is rising and the three modes of its treatment Surgery. Drug-therapy and Radio-therapy have only a limited role to play and the results are not guaranteed. Each year, in India, lacs of women fall prey to this deadly Cancer.

The only hope for women, therefore, is early diagnosis of the disease so that the results of treatment are maximally successful

We, at our Hospital bring to your family one such way of early detection of Breast-Cancer and that is by Mammography.

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