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Dr. Pankaj Bhalla

MBBS, DNB

19 years

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Zirakpur  Ayu Health Super-Speciality Hospital Zirakpur

Dr. Sandeep Pal

MBBS, MD (Medicine), DM (Gastroenterology)

10 years

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Sector 34B, Sector 34  Ayu Health Multi-speciality hospital - Sector 34B, Sector 34

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ERCP

This is a non-surgical procedure performed by a cardiologist to open up narrowed valves. As part of the procedure, a special catheter with a balloon at the tip is positioned in such a way that the balloon tip is inside the narrowed valve. The balloon is inflated and deflated repeatedly to widen the valve opening post which the balloon is deflated and removed. The procedure takes around an hour but the patient might have to stay in the hospital for a day.

Endoscopy

An endoscopy is a medical procedure used to look inside the body. The endoscopy procedure uses an endoscope to examine the interior of a hollow organ or cavity of the body. Unlike many other medical imaging techniques, endoscopes are inserted directly into the organ.

Colonoscopy

A colonoscopy is a procedure that lets your health care provider check the inside of your entire colon (large intestine). The procedure is done using a long, flexible tube called a colonoscope. The tube has a light and a tiny camera on one end. It is put in your rectum and moved into your colon.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What all does the fixed price package include?

The fixed price package typically covers all costs associated with the surgery. This typically includes:

  • Hospital admission charges

  • Surgery charges including surgeon fees, anaesthetist fees and OT charges

  • Standard pre-surgery pathology and radiology diagnostic tests

  • Hospital stay

  • Cost of drugs consumed during stay at hospital

Typical exclusions:

  • Cost of transportation to and from hospital

  • Room upgrades

  • Cost of implants


What is ERCP?

Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography is a test that helps to diagnose and treat problems in the gastrointestinal system, which includes liver, bile ducts, gallbladder, and pancreas.


Can the ERCP procedure be used to remove gallstones?

ERCP method can be used to find and remove gallstones that normally clog the bile duct.


How long does it take for an ERCP?

ERCP is an outpatient procedure, which takes anywhere between half an hour to one and half hours.


What are the side effects of ERCP?

ERCP can result in mild side effects that are usually manageable. Some of the common side effects are fever or chills, difficulty swallowing, sore throat, abdominal pain, and vomiting.


How quickly can I recover from ERCP?

The recovery from the ERCP procedure usually varies from a few hours to a few days. One should avoid driving or working for 24 hours after the procedure.


Is it normal to experience pain after an ERCP procedure?

As a large volume of air is insufflated during an ERCP procedure, it can result in painful spasms and bowel distention.


What is endoscopy?

Endoscopy is a diagnostic procedure where a flexible tube called an endoscope is inserted into your throat down into the esophagus to examine the digestive tract.


When do I need an endoscopy?

Endoscopy is recommended when the doctor has to evaluate certain conditions, such as ulcers, difficulty swallowing, gastritis, chronic heartburn, digestive tract bleeding, and when you have intense abdominal pain.


How long does it take for an endoscopy procedure?

Endoscopy is a quick procedure that is usually completed within 15 to 45 mins.


Can I eat the day before taking the endoscopy test?

You will be told not to eat and drink anything before 8 hours of the endoscopy test.


Will I have any side effects after an endoscopy procedure?

You would feel slightly uncomfortable after an endoscopy procedure. Some of the possible side effects include throat pain, difficulty swallowing, pain in the stomach, vomiting blood, shortness of breath, and chest pain.


When can I get back to my work after the endoscopy?

Endoscopy is a simple diagnostic procedure where a person can get back to work the next morning of the test.


Do I need to stay in the hospital after an endoscopy?

It is an outpatient procedure where you can go home on the same day after 1 to 2 hours of the test.


Is the endoscopy procedure painful?

Usually, an endoscopy procedure isn’t painful. However, you might feel mild discomfort when an endoscope is sent through your throat.


When can I take food after the endoscopy?

When you are back to normal and relieved from sedation, you can sip water and take some liquids. For the next 24 hours of the procedure, try to stay on soft and easily digestible foods.


What is a colonoscopy?

Colonoscopy is a procedure that examines the large intestine where a doctor uses a flexible tube with a tiny camera attached to it.


When do I need a colonoscopy?

Colonoscopy is done to check for polyps and possible signs of colorectal cancer, such as rectal bleeding, blood in stools, constipation, chronic diarrhea, and intestinal problems.


Can I eat before the colonoscopy procedure?

You would be advised not to take any solid foods before 24 hours of colonoscopy. Instead, you can drink clear soups and juice.


How long will the colonoscopy take?

It typically takes 30-60 minutes to complete a colonoscopy test.


How long do I need to stay in the hospital after a colonoscopy procedure?

Colonoscopy is an outpatient procedure and you can go home within a few hours of the test once you are eased from the sedative.


What are the side effects of colonoscopy?

You might feel temporary abdominal pain, nausea, bloatedness, and a small amount of blood coming out from your rectum after the procedure.


Will I have any adverse effects after a colonoscopy?

Colonoscopy does not lead to any adverse effects. It is a simple procedure to examine your large intestine, colon, and rectum.


How is Ayu Health able to offer more affordable prices than other hospitals?

Ayu Health hospitals are typically 30-50% cheaper than other equivalent hospitals. It's time to debunk the myth that quality comes at higher prices - Ayu Health is on a mission to provide the highest quality healthcare at affordable prices.

The Ayu Health network enables significantly lower costs for its partner hospitals through the following mechanisms:

  • Better utilization - our hospitals operate at almost 50% higher utilization levels than the industry average. Since healthcare is a largely fixed cost business, better utilization results in lower cost of serving each patient.

  • Higher efficiency in operations through Ayu Health technology - Ayu Health’s proprietary technology (OPD digitization, patient data management, etc.) allows hospitals to provide a superior patient experience at lower costs.

  • Lower procurement costs - our hospitals procure drugs & consumables in bulk, bringing down a significant portion of expenses associated with each procedure



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