It is a non-surgical method used to examine the gastrointestinal tract, which enters the gastrointestinal tract through the mouth using a flexible and special tube equipped with a camera and light, which has the ability to see and examine the gastrointestinal tract and even sampling and perform some gastrointestinal treatments. Endoscopy helps the doctor in various therapeutic and diagnostic cases, the most important of which are the following:

  • To diagnose the cause of digestive problems such as nausea and vomiting, abdominal pain, difficulty swallowing, gastrointestinal bleeding
  • Detection of active bleeding from the wound
  • Stop the bleeding
  • The exit of gallstones from the bile ducts is called ERCP


The patient fasts for about 8 hours before endoscopy. The patient lies on their left side. A sedative is injected into the patient through an embedded angiocatheter. The flexible tube of the endoscope is inserted through the mouth, which when it reaches the patient's throat they sneeze or burp, which is a normal reaction. However, a small protective piece is placed between the patient's teeth so that the teeth are not damaged.
The tube is directed to the esophagus and stomach, and the images are directed to the monitor through the camera, and the doctor has the necessary vision. During endoscopy, a biopsy is possible, which is completely painless.


Step by step Treatment

all steps are done without waiting and wasting time

  • Day 1 (Admission)
  • Day 2 (endoscopy)
  • Day 3 (discharge)
  • Diet

After entering the hospital and final admission, you will be taken to the relevant ward by the head of the international patient’s ward to get acquainted with the treatment staff and your doctor. There, your specialist doctor will examine you. Your medical record is then compiled and all information such as the pills you are taking or your treatment history or possible problems you have had in the past will be reviewed and recorded by the medical team. If these drugs affect endoscopy, they should be discontinued or changed. Medications such as blood thinners can affect this action. In the meantime, you will be evaluated by a nurse and your blood pressure will be checked and a blood sample will be taken from you to register your blood type and that you will go to the laboratory to check your blood sugar and cholesterol, etc. You will then be examined by a cardiologist and an ECG will be taken from you and an echocardiogram will be taken from you if necessary. You will then be examined by an anesthesiologist to determine if you can have this surgery. You will be given information about the surgery and pre-surgery training.

You are taken to the operating room according to a predetermined time. Depending on the patient's condition, endoscopy can be prepared with or without anesthesia. After the operation, you will be taken to the recovery ward to be monitored and your vital signs will be recorded second by second and you will be constantly monitored by the anesthesiologist and surgeon. Based on your doctor's diagnosis, you may need to be taken to an inpatient ward or special ward. If necessary, more tests will be taken to ensure your health. Also, the pathology and laboratory sample are transferred to the relevant department to prepare the answer.

Endoscopy is a diagnostic procedure in which the physician may perform a treatment during the operation, or the patient may have an acute illness that requires major surgery, or the patient may have no problem or have a minor problem. All these diagnoses are the responsibility of the treating physician. In general, if there is no particular problem, the patient can be discharged from the hospital on the same day as the endoscopy.

If it is favorable for the patient and the doctor allows for the endoscopy, the necessary preparations will begin according to the patient's condition. The patient should not eat food from the night before and should fast for about 6 to 8 hours before the endoscopy.

What services

are included in this package?

Ancillary accommodation services:

  • Issuance of medical visa
  • Travel within the city from the patient's accommodation to the hospital
  • Airport reception
  • Preparation of a plane ticket upon request
  • Local SIM card
  • Personal belongings package
  • Booking the hotel you need to stay in
  • Translator in the whole duration of treatment

Ancillary medical services:

  • All the operation room’s consumables
  • Interpreter in the hospital
  • A nurse to accompany you
  • Medication
  • Free follow-up
  • Free consultation before treatment
  • Doing all things without waiting
  • Unlimited visits by the treating physician
  • All laboratory and diagnostic tasks 
  • Cardiac consultation
  • blood test


Packages prices


Basic (USD)

200 $
  • Stay in hospital 1/2 day

Doctors Name

Advantages of this surgery
  • Non-surgical method - No use of general anesthesia and use of sedatives - Possibility of easy sampling - Minor complications

Disadvantages of this surgery
  • It has no side effects and is safe, but rare side effects include: Perforation of the intestinal wall – Infection


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