Gastroenterology

Upper endoscopic examination (gastroscopy)

The upper endoscopic examination is the only method for examination and treatment of digestive organs that helps to examine oesophagus, stomach and duodenum "from inside", and to perform various diagnostic and therapeutic activities inside these organs, if necessary.

Lower endoscopic examination (colonscopy)

Lower endoscopic examination or colonoscopy is the only, most precise and informative investigation method that helps to examine the colon from inside, and to diagnose and treat diseases of the colon and rectum in a due time

13C-urea H.pylori respiratory test

Established the presence of bacteria H.pylori.
The result is available after 40 min. sampling is possible outside the place where the test is performed. No special preparation is required (the patient may eat and drink prior to the examination). Antibiotics and proton pump inhibitors (omeprazole, esomeprazole, rabeprazole) must not be used for one month prior to the examination.

Gastric and oesophageal 24-hours pH metric examination, manometric examination

During the examination, a small 1 mm sound with special sensors (electrodes) is inserted in the patient’s stomach through the nose and oesophagus, and acid reflux episodes within 24 hours are recorded with the help of a special device.