FAQ

    1.Can I schedule an appointment online?
Ans: Absolutely, please fill in the contact form at "Contact us". We will contact you personally; or you can call our center to make an appointment.

    2.If I have made an appointment to check but suddenly have something important, can I change the time?
Ans: Yes, due to preparations before the inspection, please call our center to make a change at least 2 days before.

    3. I heard that the enteroscope is very painful, right?
Ans: We will use intravenous injections for patients, reduce anxiety and pain during the colonoscopy; if necessary, we can arrange for monitoring anesthesia (MAC) to be administered by an anesthesiologist during surgery/procedures. Appropriate monitoring

    4. Do colonoscopy need to drink bowel syrup? Can you drink at home?
Ans: If you do colonoscopy, you must drink cleansing bowel, because if there is no thorough cleansing, the stool in the intestines will cause obstruction and the condition in the intestines will not be clearly seen; the patient will only have to follow the steps the girl instructs the patient to drink medicine. Time, they can drink medicine at home and then take the colonoscope.

   5. Will the public restroom be full due to too many patients, causing inconvenience to patients with enema mirrors?
Ans: The center's own toilet allows the patient to get a comfortable and clean environment, waiting to be examined.

    6. How long does it take to take a colonoscopy?
Ans: The inspection time varies depending on the degree of personal difficulty, generally only about 20 minutes

    7. How long does it take for colonoscopy and gastroscopy to know the result?
Ans: The results can be known on the same day (if there are polyps or tissue resection tests, there is usually a report after one week)

    8. How long does a gastroscopy do once?
Ans: It is recommended that people over the age of 40 or obese 20 to 40 years old, family with gastric cancer, colorectal cancer, it is best to have regular gastroenteroscopy every year for the early detection of the cause of the disease as early as possible; After six months, follow-up inspections are required.To be provided