Gastrointestinal Screening

To most of the cit­i­zens, stress and ir­reg­u­lar eat­ing pat­terns may lead to stom­ach pains and oth­er symp­toms such as in­di­ges­tion, heart­burn, etc. Also, the symp­toms of ear­ly stage of gas­tric can­cer are not ob­vi­ous, Gas­troscopy check-up acts as an im­por­tant role in ear­ly de­tec­tion and treat­ment of gas­tric can­cer. Dur­ing the Gas­troscopy, the doc­tor will use a gas­tro­scope, which is flex­i­ble and has a di­am­e­ter less than that of a lit­tle fin­ger, to ex­am­ine your oe­soph­a­gus, stom­ach and the first part of your small bow­el called the duo­de­num. Also, the doc­tor may need to take some tis­sue sam­ples (biop­sies) from the lin­ing of your up­per di­ges­tive tract for analy­sis. The sam­ples will be re­tained for ex­am­i­na­tion un­der mi­croscopy. It can help ex­am­ine for dis­eases of the stom­ach such as ul­cers, bleed­ing, tu­mors and He­li­cobac­ter py­lori in­fec­tions. Suit­able for per­son with be­low symp­toms / sit­u­a­tions: • Ab­dom­i­nal pain, in­di­ges­tion, heart­burn • Vom­it­ing, dif­fi­cul­ty swal­low­ing • Anaemia • Sus­pect­ed of hav­ing polyp or tu­mor • Fam­i­ly his­to­ry of gas­tric can­cer • He­li­cobac­ter py­lori in­fec­tion • Se­vere in­di­ges­tion • Smok­ing habit Prepar­ing for Gas­troscopy • The gas­troscopy could be done in en­doscopy cen­tres or in hos­pi­tals, and could se­lect un­der lo­cal anes­the­sia or mon­i­tored anes­thet­ic care. • Pa­tient is re­quired not to eat any­thing at least 6 hours be­fore the test. • You must let the doc­tor know if there is a chance that you might be preg­nant. • You should also in­form the doc­tor of the drugs that you are on, es­pe­cial­ly drugs that af­fect your blood glu­cose lev­els and clot­ting.

Checking Procedure



Make an Appointment

You can make an appointment through phone call or WhatsApp, we will reply as soon as possible and provide a convenient time slot to you for specialist consultation.



Specialist Consultation

Our specialist will go through your medical record and determine whether you are available for the screening. If you are suitable for the screening, our nurses will make an appointment for you, and explain further for the screening procedure including general reminders, food intake instructions, etc.



Reminder before Screening

A day ahead of your appointment, our nurse will contact via phone call to remind details about your visit such as time, location, and various reminders. Please follow the food intake instructions, otherwise the screening may not be able to perform.



Day of Screening

On the day of screening, our specialist and nurse will examine your condition to ensure your availability of screening.

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Price (HKD)

Without Polyps or Biopsy


With Polyps or Biopsy


Monitored Anaesthetic Care (MAC), additional


*All prices are for reference only, Chiron Medical might update the fees from time to time. For any enquiries, please contact our clinic staff.


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