Archive: Endoscopy

Advice following a colonoscopy

You may feel a little uncomfortable with the air or carbon dioxide we have passed into your bowel. This should pass quite easily during the next few hours. You may...

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Bronchoscopy with sedation

Because you have been given something to make you drowsy for the test, it is important that you: 1. Rest quietly for the remainder of the day, with someone to...

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Cut and Push Removal of A Freka Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG)

You have been asked to attend the Endoscopy Department at Milton Keynes Hospital to have your PEG tube removed or exchanged. Why do I need my PEG to be removed...

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Having an Oesophageal Dilatation

  Introduction You may have been having problems with your swallowing and your hospital doctor has suggested that having an oesophageal dilatation will help improve these difficulties. This procedure requires...

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Endoscopy Unit – things you need to know

With your appointment letter you will receive an information booklet about your procedure and the preparation you require. This will include instructions on how to manage other medical conditions relevant...

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Endoscopy Procedures

What is an Endoscopy? An endoscopic procedure allows the doctor or nurse to visually inspect your gastrointestinal tract using a video camera attached to the end of a long thin...

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Endoscopy

The Milton Keynes University Hospital Endoscopy Unit is JAG Accredited and provides a range of both diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopic procedures. The Unit is purpose built to support outpatient and...

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