• Acoustic Rhinometry: Acoustic rhinometry is a recently developed test for assessement of the geometry of the nasal passages. The technique is based on the analysis of sound waves reflected from the nasal cavities, and is used to measure the cross sectional areas of the nasal passages.
  • Somatosensory (Olfactory) tests: This test is used for the clinical assessemnt of olfactory function (sense of smell) — odour identification, in particular — with the help of 12 pen-like odour dispensing devices. 
  • Spirometry (Lung function test): Spirometry is a statard test used to measure lung function. The test works by measuring airflow into and out of the lungs, and is used to diagnose disorders affecting lung function. 


Monday–Friday: 8-4

Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

Statutory Holiday: CLOSED