The painless endoscopy recommended by the American Gastroenterology Association and the Asian Consensus helps identify lesions, diagnose accurately, and detect early gastrointestinal cancer.
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The painless endoscopy has the following outstanding advantages:
Detects gastrointestinal diseases even when the patient has no symptoms.
Spots millimeter lesions, ulcerative colitis, polyps, benign or malignant tumors.
Discovers healthy and abnormal mucosa more clearly, thereby helping to accurately biopsies into the suspected cancer cell area.
CarePlus performs several types of painless endoscopy including:
Endoscopy of the esophagus, stomach, duodenum: Investigate upper gastrointestinal diseases: esophageal ulcers, gastroesophageal reflux disease, achalasia, peptic ulcers, gastric polyps - duodenum, identify Hp infection, and screen for precancerous gastric lesions, esophageal cancer.
Colonoscopy and rectum: Investigate diseases in the digestive tract: hemorrhoids, anal fissures, ulcerative colitis, colon diverticula, irritable bowel syndrome, and screen for colorectal polyps, colon cancer rectally, and follow-up after treatment.
Diagnostic or endoscopic treatment: A new form of treatment helping to cure diseases with faster recovery and lower costs.
Endoscopic interventional treatment: Performed for all parts of the digestive system - intestines with the most commonly used techniques are hemostasis, foreign body removal, etc.
Who should take an endoscopy?
Indications of gastrointestinal endoscopy are extensive. With each case, the doctor will consider the health status and related issues to appoint an endoscopy.
People aged from 30 to 45 who belong to the middle-risk group are advised to start endoscopic screening for esophageal, stomach, and colorectal cancers
People with relatives (grandparents, parents, siblings) who have had digestive diseases such as esophageal cancer, stomach cancer, colorectal cancer
People with an unhealthy lifestyle and diet include smoking, drinking, eating fried and hot spicy food, etc.
People with factors that increase the risk of digestive cancer include polyps, stomach/colon ulcers, and H.
What are the benefits of taking a painless endoscopy at CarePlus?
CarePlus is equipped with a system of modern endoscopic equipment from Japan to support doctors, help detect suspected lesions, and enable customers to achieve the best treatment results.
The endoscopy area is guaranteed to follow absolute sterilization standards for maximum customer safety.
CarePlus staff is dedicated to guiding and taking care of the painless endoscopy process, bringing comfort and convenience to each customer and ensuring a speedy recovery.
To protect the health of yourself and your family, consult a doctor and have regular health screening when there are suspicious signs to have appropriate and effective treatment.
Team of experienced doctors-Dr.Dr. Nguyen Huy Bang-Specialist in digestive endoscopy
Dedicated care and quick recovery