Sleep gastroscopy (nausea, vomiting, indigestion, ulcer)
Did you get a medical checkup? Is there a test that you hesitate the most when you get a medical checkup? It’s a necessary but uncomfortable test. I think it’s an endoscopy. The incidence of gastric cancer is high in Korea, so regular gastroscopy is essential. Endoscopic examination Non-surface endoscopic examination is an examination method that accurately diagnoses and treats the inside of the esophageal duodenum by inserting an endoscope through the oral examination For gastroscopy, you feel uncomfortable because you have to put a large diameter cube in your neck.
People who experience nausea or discomfort due to irritation of the tongue root or Adam’s apple are afraid of endoscopy because of that memory. Most people who have a sleep gastroscopy choose a sleep endoscopy to ease the discomfort of the endoscopy, which is done in a somewhat conscious state. Sleep endoscopy is a sedation test that you think is done while sleeping, but it’s not a sedation test.
Sleep endoscopy is to perform an endoscope in the state of sleep, not in the state of inducing sedation by intravenous injection. An endoscopic examination is performed in a mild state of tension enough to respond to stimuli if you are a deep-sleep singer. He breathes on his own and proceeds conscious, but the patient has no pain and unpleasant memories. In addition, when the medical staff is terminated, they can respond to some extent, so that they can cooperate during the test, making it more comfortable to receive the test.
If there is no abnormality in the time required for sleep gastroscopy, the gastroscopy examination will be completed in about 5 minutes. If any particulars such as polyps or ulcers are found during additional examinations and treatment tests, a secondary examination will be performed for biopsy. This may result in additional examination time. Unlike upper gastrointestinal angiography, gastroscopy can be performed for biopsy and Helicobacter pylori infection if an abnormality is found, enabling more accurate diagnosis. It varies from patient to patient, but it requires an hour of recovery, including sleep.
It takes about 1 to 2 hours to get home after receiving the results. If you’re like this, you should get a gastroscopy. Gastroscopy is recommended if you have suffered from past digestive ulcers such as stomach cancer or homecoming or other gastrointestinal diseases during treatment due to black bowel bleeding or bloody stool Saturday.
Gastric endoscopy is recommended for people in their 30s once every year to twice, depending on their family history, gastrointestinal symptoms, anemia risk factors, and stomach conditions. After the 40s, when the incidence rate for increases rapidly, it is desirable for patients with polyps to undergo gastroscopy once a year regardless of symptoms.
Some people can’t get a sleep gastroscopy if they can’t get a sleep gastroscopy. People with chronic diseases, chronic lung disease, angina pectoris, myocardial infarction, and other chronic diseases have difficulty getting gastroscopy.