Ultrasound is a minimally invasive diagnostic procedure used to diagnose gastrointestinal issues. It is carried out in an outpatient setting usually with a consultant radiologist with a clinical member of team to assist during the appointment.
Your allergist will recommend that you have an allergy blood test to measure the amount of IgE (allergy) antibodies in your blood.
Measuring your blood pressure is a simple way of checking if your blood pressure is either too high, or too low. The ABMP test is carried out over a 24-hour period, and enables you to move around and continue with your normal daily life.
Anorectal manometry is a simple test that assesses the function of the anal sphincter in cases of constipation or bowel incontinence.
Sleep disturbance is a highly prevalent symptom, causing multiple health and lifestyle issues as well as knock-on impacts for conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes. At OneWelbeck we have an advanced diagnostics pathway for those struggling with their sleep and experiencing symptoms such as snoring or insomnia. Our service will identify any medical sleep disorders and ensure you see the appropriate specialist. At OneWelbeck we have multispecialty expertise across Respiratory, Neurology, Cardiology and ENT, with leading doctors in the sleep field.
The purpose of a bladder biopsy is to remove small pieces of cell or tissue from the bladder, which are then tested under a microscope in a laboratory.
A common myth about bowel cancer is that it only affects the elderly. Regular early screening helps with primary prevention, and treatment from this common cancer. Pricing from: £2,090. Asymptomatic patients can self-refer; patients with symptoms can consult their GP and obtain a referral.
The Bravo pH test for stomach acid involves attaching a capsule to your oesophagus to measure acid reflux from your stomach. Having information on whether and when stomach acid backs up into your oesophagus can help your consultant treat your symptoms. These might include regular heartburn, vomiting, difficulty swallowing, or a sore throat.
Breath testing is used to establish the presence of small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), which occurs when bacteria that are normally present in the colon have moved to the small bowel. The test is simple and non-invasive.
A Bronchoscopy is a common procedure that allows a direct examination of the Respiratory tract and lungs.
At OneWelbeck the CPET test is carried out on an exercise bike, so your doctor can get the most accurate information about your heart and oxygen rates in situ.
The technology works by accurately measuring the amount of inflammation in the coronary arteries, which supply the heart with blood, identifying any arteries which are at an increased risk of becoming narrowed or blocked. Please call the Centre to discuss pricing
Carotid ultrasound uses sound waves to produce images of the carotid arteries in the neck, which carry blood from the heart to the brain. Please contact us for pricing