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अखिल भारतीय आयुर्विज्ञान संस्थान, नई दिल्ली
All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
कॉल सेंटर:  011-26589142



  1. N Salah, PD Sahare, Pratik Kumar. TL and PL in BaSr (SO4)2:Eu mixed sulphate. Phys. Stat. Sol. (a) 203(5); 898-905, 2006.

  2. Pratik Kumar, M.M. Rehani, Lalit Kumar, Raju Sharma, Rama Choudhary, Sanjay Thulkar. How relevant is CA-125 tumor marker in cancer in ovary: a clinical study. Obs Gynae Today, 10(8), August 2005, 468-471.

  3. N. Salah, PD Sahare, SP Lochab, Pratik Kumar. TL and PL studies on CaSO4:Dy nanoparticles. Radiation Measurements 41(1), 2005, 40-47.

  4. V. Kochupillai, Pratik Kumar, D. Singh, D. Aggrawal, N. Bhardwaj, M. Bhutani, S.N. Das. Effect of rhythmic breathing (Sudarshan Kriya and Prayanam) on immune functions and tobacco addiction. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci. 2005, 1056, 1-11.

  5. Kumar P, Kumar l, Sharma R, Bhatla N, Choudhary R, et al. Tumour marker CA-125 as an evaluator and response indicator in ovarian cancer: its quantitative correlation with tumour volume. Med Sci Monit. 2005;11(2):CR84-89.

  6. Shah R, Gupta AK, Rehani MM, Pandey AK, Mukhopadhyay S., 2005 ” Effect of reduction in tube current on reader confidence in paediatric computed tomography” Clin Radiol. Feb;60(2):224-31.

  7. Pandey AK, Sharma Raju, Gupta AK, Sharma SK, 2005 “Opportunity for dose reduction exists in chest CT-implication in PET-CT” Indian J Nucl Med , 20(4): 101-102.

  8. Kumar N, saxena YK, Koranne RV, Kumar P. Two cases of rare presentation of Basal Cell Carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma on the hand. Case Rep Clin Pract Review 2004;5: 223-30.

  9. Kumar P, Kumar l, Sharma R, Bhatla N, Choudhary R, et al. Tumour marker CA-125 as an evaluator and response indicator in ovarian cancer: its quantitative correlation with tumour volume. Med Sci Monit. 2005;11(2):CR84-89.

  10. Kumar P, Mukhopadhyay S, Gupta N. Quality assurance of radiological services: a survey based study. J Med Phys 2004;29(3):168-169

  11. Kumar P, Mukhopadhyay S, Thulkar S, Rajmoham EB, Bhullar S, Gulati GS, et al. Quantitative evaluation of radiation doses in interventional radiology: a step towards dose reduction. J Med Phys 2004;29(3) 121-122.

  12. Kumar P, Mukhopadhyay S, Gulati MS, Singh G, Thulkar S, Sharma S, et al. Patient skin dose from dose area product (DAP) meter in hepato-biliary intervention. J Med Phys 2004;29(3):167-168.

  13. Singh G, Kumar P, Thulkar S, Rajmohan EB. Pandey AK, Mukhopadhyay S. Developing a routine QA protocol for mammography units: a preliminary study. J Med Phys 2004;29(3):193-194.

  14. Kumari G, Kumar P, Aron M, Gupta NP, Dogra PN. Radiation protection and dosimetry in interventional urological practice of percutaneous nephrolithotomy. J Med Phys 2004; 29(3):169-170.

  15. Barman MR, Kumar P, Pandey AK. How relevant is PACS in an oncology set-up: A brief report. J Med Phys 2004;29(3):239-240.

  16. Pandey AK, Sarita, Kumar P. Reducing patient dose in radiography : Role of interaction of radiographer with patient. J Med Phys 2004;29(3):196-197.

  17. Pandey AK, Bandhu HK, Kumar P, Thulkar S. Quality assurance acceptance testing of two mobile units at BRA IRCH, AIIMS: Uncovering the problems related with mechanical stability leading to beam alignment error. J Med Phys 2004;29(3):227-229.

  18. Pandey AK, and Pant GS. A spreadsheet program for GFR calculation in clinical nuclear medicine. IJNM 2004; 19(1): 23-24

  19. Pandey AK, Pant GS and Malhotra A. Standardization of SPECT filter parameters. IJNM 2004;19(2):30-35.

  20. Pandey AK, Pant GS, Sharma SK, Sarita, Thulkar S. Estimation of thyroid mass by CT and SPECT: A Phantom study. J Med Phys 2004;29(3):100-101.

  21. Pandey AK, Sharma R, Gupta AK, Sarita. Measurement of CTDI for siemens CT scanner using pencil ionization chamber and comparision with impact data. . J Med Phys 2004;29(3):128-29.


The focus area of research is medical image optimisation, radiation safety, quality assurance in imaging, imaging services and total quality management. We are working on Dual Energy CT based characterisation and also development of new thermoluminescent and optically stimulated luminescent phosphor so that accurate radiation dosimetry may be accomplished in patients, staff and public.

Patient Education

Patient Education

S. NoComputer Programs developed Description
1 Information modules for cancer patients Computer based general and cancer specific multimedia modules have been developed which gives all the relevant information to public and cancer patients. It can be run in patient waiting areas, on web, home or corporate offices.
2 RADPREG This menu based educational program deals with variety of aspects on effects of radiation on early conception, organogenesis, carcinogenic effect, mental development & so on, dose effect relationships accidental exposure in pregnancy, female radiation worker and pregnancy. The program has been written in basic language.
3 RISKEST A program for calculation of somatic & genetic risk probability after exposure to known amount of radiation dose. Program has been written in Quick Basic.
4 FETAL DOSE Program for calculation of radiation dose to uterus or fetus in routine diagnostic radiological procedure. The dose can be calculated for individual case. Written in FOXPRO.
5 PT DOSE Educational program for inferring the radiation doses in diagnostic procedures expressed in multiple chest x-rays risk estimate. Written in Story Board.
6 PT RISK Program for calculation of somatic & genetic risk in diagnostic exposure. Written in BASIC and FOXPRO


Other Facility

Other Facilities

S. NoNameDetail
1 Blood Bag irradiation Facility

Blood and blood products are irradiated before transfusion to prevent Transfusion -related Graft versus Host Disease (TA- GVHD).The patients with bone marrow transplation, hematologic cancer, high dose chemotherapy are at risk of TA-GVHD besides certain other non-oncologic settings (congenital immuno-deficiency, Cardiac surgery etc.)

2 Quality Assurance Gadgets

1.       Various medical imaging equipment need periodic quality assurance checks and radiation safety measurements. We conduct, trainand carry out research in QA and radiation protection aspects of units like radiography, CT, mammography, DEXA, c-arm, fluoroscopy, US etc.


      Radiation Dosimetry Equipment

Thermoluminescence and Optical Stimulated Luminescence Radiation Dosimetry, other radiation dosimetry and radiation detection gadgets



S. NoName of TrainingDetails for Admission
1 Comprehensive training programme in Diagnostic Medical Physics: Maximum duration two months, Forms available from registrar, AIIMS. Open throughout the year. Training fee = Rs. 1000. Medical Physicists, Radiologists and Imaging technologists are eligible. No accommodation provided. For details contact : Medical Physics Unit, IRCH, AIIMS
2 MD Radiology Basics of Radiation Physics and its application to radiology.
3 B.Sc. (Hons.) Radiography Radiation Physics, Radiation protection and Image Quality. Details in Dept. of Radiology


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