Gamma Camera Room
Gamma Camera room is a place in the Nuclear Medicine Department of the Hospital, where functioning of brain, thyroid, lungs, liver, gallbladder, kidneys and skeleton are scanned through special gamma cameras. Gamma cameras are also called a scintillation camera, which allows radiologists to carry out ‘scintigraphy scans’ and helps in diagnosing the disturbances of functions of mentioned organs.
Each Gamma Camera Room (similar to the one at SKMCH&RC, Lahore, image of which is displayed above) to be built at SKMCH&RC, Karachi will be equiped with state-of-the-art Gamma Camera machine and allied equipment.
- Fixation of a lifetime dedication plaque outside the Gamma Camera Room in Nuclear Medicine at SKMCH&RC, Karachi
- Placement of the name of Donor on the Founding Donor Monument to be built at SKMCH&RC, Karachi
- An exclusive inauguration ceremony of the sponsored Gamma Camera Room at SKMCH&RC, Karachi. The ceremony is to be attended by officials of SKMCH&RC and the Donor family