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Endoscopy Centre

What is an endoscopy?

An endoscopy is an examination used to carry out examination, diagnosis, and treatment by a long, thin tube with a small camera inside to pass into your body. Through the high-resolution imaging, the physician can take a clear look at the organs to check if there is any abnormal tissue, allergy, ulcer and inflammation. The examination helps the doctor for a more precise diagnosis and a better treatment.


One-stop Endoscopy Service

Medicare endoscopy centre is a daytime medical centre licensed by the department of health. Services are managed by experienced specialists and utilise up-to-date equipment. Treatments can be carried out by different kinds of endoscopy without requiring the patient to have any surgery. Patients can go home within a few hours after taking the endoscopy and rest in the waiting room.

Examine Items

The examined items for our endoscopy service include: colonoscopy, gastroscopy, and cystoscopy. These items allow diagnosis for diseases such as colon cancer, colon polyps, stomach cancer, stomach ulcer, stomach polyps, bladder cancer etc.


Advanced Equipment

Our centre utilises the latest endoscopy equipment Olympus CV1500, which locates the hidden polyps effectively and allows a more precise and quicker treatment. With the help of the advanced equipment in our centre, patients can enjoy the safest and most attentive endoscopy experience.

  • Advanced High-resolution Endoscopy System

Allow endoscopy of Narrow Banding Imaging (NBI) simultaneously to diagnose early stage cancer in the upper gastrointestinal.

  • Endoscopy Syste

Project images with a higher resolution. A more precise diagnosis and effective treatment can be carried out with the help of the advanced endoscopy equipment and the system

  • EndoCapture System 

The system allows the doctor to take high-resolution clinical images by the control buttons on the endoscopy to analyse the patient’s condition and make a medical report.



A colonoscopy uses a soft and bendable tube to enter the rectum from the anus and examine the colon from sigmoid colon, descending colon, transverse colon, ascending colon to the cecum. The front of the tube is equipped with lighting and a pinhole camera. If abnormal cells, ulcers, polyps etc are found during the examination, the doctor can take the tissue of the lesion directly for assay, staunch bleeding, and remove polyps.
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Esophagogastroduodenoscopy (gastroscopy) uses a soft and bendable tube of 0.5 cm-1 cm diameter (thickness of a little finger) to enter the oesophagus, stomach, and duodenum for an upper gastrointestinal tract examination. The doctor will take samples from the lesion for assay, staunch bleeding, remove polyps, or carry out appropriate treatment. 


Cystoscopy uses a thin and bendable tube to examine the bladder. The cystoscopy diagnoses the lesion in the bladder, prostate and urinary tract. The cystoscopy can enlarge the urinary tract, remove blood clot in the bladder, extract tissues from the lesion in the bladder or the urinary tract, and assist the procedure of inserting/ removing ureteral stents.

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