Oscopy group (gastroenterology, lung, urology)

Accepting a patient in a oscopy’s department

In the oscopy’s group, patients are admitted in both the outpatient and inpatient settings.

1- Outpatient Reception: Patients are given a doctor’s letter by telephone or in-person appointment and are given the necessary training according to the type of procedure. An outpatient appointment is made by the receptionist at the time of the patient’s presence

2- Inpatient: After the physician’s order for the procedure and coordinating the hospital with the oscopic section, the patient’s admission is made

Discharge from oscopy

Discharge of outpatients: The patients are discharged after the procedure and the necessary instructions are executed on the order of the physician and with the required training.

Discharge of inpatients: Inpatient patients are transferred to the relevant department after the end of the procedure.

Gastrointestinal Procedures

  • Diagnostic and therapeutic invasive measures through the upper and lower gastrointestinal endoscopy
  • Gl bleeding treatment (various types of gastrointestinal bleeding)
  • Polypectomy (removal of polyps from different parts of the gastrointestinal tract)
  • EMR and EST (Mucosectomy)
  • Treatment of esophageal stricture and outflow of stomach and colon (dilatation and stenting)
  • Treating varicose veins with different methods
  • Putting PEG for feeding in patients with swallowing disorder
  • Treatment of endoscopic reflux / endoplastic endoscopy TIF with Esophyx
  • Treatment of endoscopic reflux with radiofrequency RF radiation with Stretta
  • ERCP diagnostic and therapeutic (stone removal, dilatation and stenting of bile ducts and pancreas)
  • Diagnostic and therapeutic endosonography of FNA for the diagnosis of pancreatic tumors and Gystgastrostomy for the treatment of pancreatic cysts
  • Remicade Therapy (Crohn’s Disease Treatment)
  • PH Impedance and Manson manometer (High Resolution)
  • High Resolution Rectal Manometer and Biofeedback
  • Endoscopic capsule
  • Liver fibroscopy
  • Liver biopsy
  • Colon Hydrotherapy to prepare colonoscopy and colon surgery
  • Ascites fluid paracentesis

    Diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in the Department of Urology

    • SNM for the treatment of urinary incontinence
    • Injection of the jaw gel to treat urinary reflux
    • PCNL and TUL for the treatment of urinary tract stones
    • TURT Resection of the bladder tumor for the treatment of bladder tumors
    • TURP Resection of the prostate tumor for a major prostate
    • Inject BCG for the treatment of bladder tumors
    • Urotoscopy
    • Urototrophy to treat stenosis of the urethra
    • Prostate biopsy
    • Diagnostic cystoscopy
    • Kidney surgery
    • Applied Endourology
    • Women’s Urology
    • Nephrolithotomy
    • 5 laparoscopic kidney surgeries
    • Prostate Laparoscopic Surgery
    • Restorative and plastic surgery, penile curvature and bladder dysfunction

    Examination of bladder nerve and muscle, bladder sphincter, bladder volume and capacity, and examination of urethra

    Diagnostic and therapeutic procedures of the lung group

    • Bronchoscopy
    • Pulse scopes
    • Practical procedures for the removal of respiratory tract complications
    • Remove the foreign body