Niramai Breast Health Test is for women who are 

At high risk of cancer due to family history

Breast cancer survivors who need frequent monitoring

Women with symptoms of breast abnormality

Women who want to just get a regular breast scanning to stay healthy

 

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Works for women of all ages

Certified female technicians

Can detect cancer long before lump can be felt

Radiologist-certified reports within 24 hrs            

Contactless process

Complete privacy      

 Safety Measures used by our technicians

Usage of masks, face shield & gloves

Technician will maintain 6 ft distance

Sanitisation of equipments                

Temperature checks of technicians

Things to know about Niramai test

  1. It is painless, radiation-free and safe for women of all ages
  2. It is completely privacy-aware i.e. no one touches or sees you while screening
  3. There are no side effects of the screening and the screening can be done multiple times
  4. The device is a thermal device which captures a heat map of the area and does not capture the actual image
  5. Niramai screening and the diagnostic test has regulatory clearance from DCGI (Drug Controller General of India)
  6. Our thermal devices are CE certified for safety. FDA has approved Thermography as an adjunct modality for breast cancer screening
  7. We have screened over 32,000 women to date. We now have tie-ups with over 30 hospitals and diagnostic centres across India

Guidelines to be followed before your appointment

  1. No yoga massage, or strenuous exercise (physical therapy) for at least 3 hours before the examination
  2. Avoid lotions, creams, deodorants, powders, or makeup on the breast or underarms on the day of the exam
  3. No physical stimulation, mammography, ultrasound or any treatment of the breast, chest, neck, or back for 24 hours before the examination
  4. No bathing closer than 1 hour before the examination
  5. No coffee or any other hot drink or food to be consumed 1 hour before the imaging
  6. The patient can continue to take all prior prescribed medications but should provide a list of such medications and supplements to the technician at the time of the exam