Gastroscopy (OGDS) is visual examination of upper digestive tract using a small scope. A thin flexible tube is inserted into the mouth and travels down the oesophagus, then into the stomach and duodenum (upper part of the small intestine).
Who should undergo Gastroscopy (OGDS)?
1.Individuals experiencing persistent gastric pain or discomfort, with reflux symptoms unresponsive to medical therapy.
2.Those who have difficulty swallowing.
3.Individuals with an apparent mass in the gastric region, accompanied by unexplained weight loss or loss of appetite.
4.Patients diagnosed with H. pylori infection but not responding to triple therapy.
5.Individuals with evidence of old blood in stool, often resulting in black stools due to oxidized old blood.
Package includes Gastroenterologist Consultation and Light Refreshment.