Gastroscopy & Colonoscopy Plan

Who should have Gastroscopy & Colonoscopy?

Same-day bidirectional endoscopy, including gastroscopy and colonoscopy, is frequently performed to screen for cancer and gastrointestinal bleeding. It is often a safe and effective way of finding out if there is a problem with one's digestive system.

‍Individuals who have non-specific abdominal symptoms such as discomfort, gas, change in bowel habit and anaemia that are not easily explainable can consider undergoing a comprehensive checking to clarify the various conditions of the gastrointestinal tract. In addition, individuals who are aged over 35 and undergoing their first health screening can also consider this plan.


Check-up Items

  • Monitored Anesthesia Care (MAC)
  • Instrument Fee for Polypectomy
  • Physician's Fee (With or without Polyp or Biopsy)
  • Operation Theatre Fee
  • Pathology Fee
  • Photo Report
  • H. Pylori CLO Test
  • Pre-Consultation Fee
  • Post-operative Report Interpretation





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