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The equipment, imported from Japan, comes as a boon especially for accident victims, by significantly reducing the time taken for full body scanning and thereby saving crucial time.

A new 16-slice CT scanning equipment was installed at the Pudukottai Government Medical College Hospital at a cost of Rs 1.48 crore was inaugurated by state health minister C Vijayabaskar. to improve quality of equipment at the college and drastically reduce the time taken to scan patients. Vijaya baskar added that 44 such equipments will be installed in various hospital across the state apart from 16 MRI scanning and establishing six scan labs.

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He also Stated that a mobile application will be launched soon to send instant blood test reports to the patients, Vijayabaskar said that a total 870 sale counters have been created in hospitals and primary health centres across the state at a cost of Rs 25 crore.
The new scanner imported from Japan can perform full body scan within five minutes. However, it takes more than 20 minutes with the existing scanner, with no radiation and improved quality of the output with this new equipment providing greater accuracy.
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