Trusted center where specialists examine firsthand
Our center makes it possible for an all-the-more precise and safe diagnosing and treatment with endoscopy specialists from prestigious universities taking examining to outcome consulting firsthand, sided with state-of-the-art equipments and specialized endoscopic examining rooms and sterilizer and disinfection kept to international standards.
We perform various diagnosis and procedures of different diseases via the endoscope, including ones with diagnostic purposes such as (sedated) gastroscopy, (unsedated) colonoscopy, cholangio-pancreatic endoscopy, and ones with therapeutic purposes such as polypectomy.
|Upper Gastrointestinal endoscopy||Sedation and general examination via gastroscopy||Lower Gastrointestinal endoscopy-||Sedation and general examination via colonoscopy and rectosigmoidoscopy|
|Examination of Digestive Function||Esophageal manometry, rectal manometry, 24-Hour esophageal pH test||Examination of the Bronchus||Sedation and general examination via bronchoscopy|
||Additional tests during endoscopy||
Take endoscopic examination when you have the following symptoms:
Take endoscopic examination hen you have the following symptoms.
A test typically performed during a gastric or colonic endoscopy, by applying a specific coloring on the surface of the gastric or colon mucous membrane, for early diagnose of metaplasia in mucous membrane, intestinal metaplasia of stomach, early gastric cancer, early esophageal cancer and early colon cancer.
Endoscopic procedures to treat lesions in mucous membrane, polyps and benign tumors
This is a method of determining the function of sphincteral muscles in upper and lower esophagus, and peristaltic movement of esophageal corpus, to set a standard for diagnosing disorders in esophageal motility.
This is to evaluate the physiology of bowel movement which occurs through the function of internal and external anal sphincter muscles around the anal cavity.
This is to find out the exact condition and time of stomach acid regurgitation, in order to diagnose, by finding the relation between the reflux and symptoms.
Endoscopic examining for helicobacter pylori, which are known to be related to gastritis, gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer, stomach cancer, chronic indigestion via a minute extraction of the mucosal membrane in the stomach.
Other than an endoscopic biopsy, methods like the urea breath test and serological tests are also commonly used.
|General (Unsedated) Endoscopic Examination||Sedative (Sleep) Endoscopic Examination|
|A method of examination after performing basic procedures without using a sedative, in mutual cooperation between the patient and the staff, who will guide and explain through the process, all the while the patient being able to appeal their complaints on inconvenience and pain from delay in examining time due to their health condition and cleanliness of colon (in case of colonoscopy).||Sedative (sleep) gastroscopy is a method of infusing a type of drug in order to deteriorate consciousness and thus reduces uncomfortableness caused during the examination. However it is not an examination proceeded with the patient in an anesthetized condition but rather, a sedated state that is possible enough for just a certain level of cooperation from the patient. A sedative drug, as well as pain killer, is injected before proceeding with a sedative endoscopy, in order to reduce pain and uncomfortableness of patient. There may be side effects to this; complications such as dyspnea and hypoxia in the respiratory system, hypotension and palpitation in the cardiovascular system (0.1-0.54%) and rarely lead to death (0.03%), sometimes requiring an emergency care due to hypersensiticity. Extra caution is required for sedative endoscopy if the patient is already with repiratory disorders, pulmonary dysfunction, kidney disorders and cardiac disorders and will be required to sign an uninsured agreement about parts that are not covered by the health insurance. Resting is needed after and endoscopy; no driving should be done for the rest of the day after an endoscopic examination and important meetings and work affairs should be avoided. A guardian must accompany the patient, for danger prevention suh as falls.|