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Instructions

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Why do I need a gastroscope?
Direct Observation is the only way to diagnose gastric cancer. More than 90% of stomach diseases can be detected by direct observation, the procedure is very effective.
Who needs to perform a gastroscope?
Patients with long-term chronic gastrointestinal discomfort (e.g. prone to gastroesophageal reflux), family history, smoking, alcohol abuse, and post gastric resection operations (regular follow-up)。
Who is not suitable to use "magnetic control upper gastrointestinal endoscopy"?
Those with metal implants in the body, those with electronic devices in the body, pregnant women, preschool children, the elderly over 75 years old, those who have undergone gastric bypass or gastric constriction surgery (to assess whether the operation performance will be affected), and those with dysphagia.
How often are checkups needed?
Generally, adults have their stomachs examined once every one to two years or when they have doubts about their stomach health.
Can every hospital perform "Magnetic Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy"?
Only hospitals with original factory certification and qualified doctors can carry out "magnetic control upper gastrointestinal endoscopy"
Can a painless and comfortable gastroscope procedure be done?
Painless gastroscope and "magnetic control upper gastrointestinal endoscopy" can be selected. Painless gastroscope uses anesthetic to make the examinee lose consciousness temporarily and check in his sleep. Attention should be paid to anesthetic risks. The "Magnetic Control Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscope" accurately inspects the stomach through the doctor's control of magnetic force. It does not require intubation, and only takes a small capsule to complete a comprehensive examination of the stomach in 10 minutes.
Is this high-tech product disposable?
The "magnetic control upper gastrointestinal endoscopy" is a one-time use device and is not recycled, thus eliminating the risk of cross infection.

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