Wuhu Analtai Gastrointestinal Hospital Popular Science: What is the process of doing painless gastroscopy

  The living standard is constantly rising, resulting in changes in people’s diet and various gastrointestinal problems. Many people want to do gastroscopy, but everyone is not very familiar with painless gastroscopy. In this regard, Wuhu Antai The gastroenterologist of the hospital said that people do not need to accompany you to do a painless gastroscopy. Because now with the development of new technology, the birth of painless gastroscope has brought good news to gastrointestinal examination, even a person can do gastroscopy alone.

​ First of all: Do a good job in the investigation of related problems before the examination. If you have serious heart disease, high blood pressure and other systemic problems, you should consider whether to do a gastroscopy as appropriate.

  Step 2: Put on loose clothes, lie on your left side, and bend your legs slightly. Under anesthesia, the patient generally does not experience discomfort during the whole process of the examination.

  Step 3: The doctor inserts the gastroscope through the plastic device contained in the subject’s mouth, so that the gastroscope can smoothly pass through the throat and enter the esophagus.

  Step 4: The gastroscopist observes and records under the microscope.

  Step 5: The inspection ends after 1-2 minutes. The doctor prints the report, sterilizes the equipment, cleans the instrument, and the examination is completed.

  The gastroenterologist of Wuhu Antai Hospital reminds everyone that when the body is thin and weak, has black stools and has obvious symptoms of acid regurgitation, it is necessary to go to a reliable hospital for gastroscopy in time, find out the cause in time and prescribe the right medicine, so as not to delay the solution opportunity.

  Wuhu Anustai Hospital adopts advanced painless gastroscopy technology, and has reliable gastroscopist operation to ensure the correct rate of each gastroscopic examination result, which is well received by the majority of gastric patients.