We provide professional support in Gastroscopy.
A long, flexible, and over-the-top flexibl video camera
entering the mouth way, the stomach, the twelve finger intestine and the small
intestine for visual examination of the processing is called gastroscopy.
To treat conditions that affect the upper part of the
digestive system in the stomach, chronic nausea, often vomiting, chronic
abdominal pain, hassle swallowing, and gastrointestinal hemorrhage captured in
the genre to see what’s causing digestive problems and symptoms such as anemia,
bleeding, inflammation, diarrhea or cancers of the digestive system diseases
and conditions, such as tissue samples (biopsy) are performed gastroscopy to
collect. In addition, to treat damage to the digestive system, the narrow
esophageal expansion, ulcer bleeding stop, a polyps cut or removal of a foreign
object is also done for.
This application can sometimes be combined with applications
such as ultrasound. Ultrasound probe may be inserted on the gastroscope for
more detailed and colored images of the esophagus or stomach wall.
Since the stomach should be empty, eating and drinking should
be stopped at least 7-8 hours before the application. Blood-thinning
medications should be left in consultation with the doctor. If you have
diabetes, heart disease, heart failure, allergic reactions, anemia, and high
blood pressure, you should be told to your doctor. The doctor will draw a
special plan for these diseases before the application.
A normal gastroscopy takes 15-20 minutes. In this
practice, under anesthesia or sedation, Gastroscopy is placed in the mouth of
the patient and carefully provides access to the esophagus, stomach and twelve
fingers. During this procedure, some pressure may be felt in the throat, but
there is no severe pain. Air pressure is applied to the esophagus for
comfortable movement of gastroscope. Thanks to this application, abnormalities
in the digestive system are reflected on the screen. After the process is finished,
Gastroscopy is gently removed from the mouth.
Immediately after the application, the patient may be
discharged at any time. Temporary swelling, gas or a small amount of pain in
the throat can be. These symptoms will last very short. On the day of
application, the vehicle should not be used because of sedation or the effect
of anesthetic drugs. Alcohol, cigarettes, gas drinks, coffee or sleeping pills
should not be taken. Medications that the doctor recommends should be used with
caution. The results of the application appear in a short period of time.