Preparation instructions for your colonoscopy, endoscopy, or sigmoidoscopy will vary depending on your existing conditions and the indicators your gastroenterologist is screening for. A key requirement for the administration of a successful and smooth colonoscopy is the emptying of the contents of the patient’s colon. Several days before the procedure, a patient needs to consume a diet that is low in fiber. During the last twenty-four hours before the procedure, patients should only be consuming clear liquids like tea, broth, and juice. The day before the colonoscopy, the patient will consume a specific liquid that stimulates bowel-clearing. A similar pre-procedure preparation process is necessary for a sigmoidoscopy. An endoscopy typically does not necessitate bowel cleansing, although you will not be able to eat anything (except essential medication) after midnight the day prior to the procedure. You will receive thorough preparation instructions at your pre-procedure visit.
- Clear Liquid Diet
- Colonoscopy Order & Clenpiq II Packet
- Colonoscopy Order & Clenpiq Order
- Colonoscopy Order & Golytely Packet
- Colonoscopy Order & Miralax Prep Packet
- Colonoscopy Movieprep II Packet
- Colonoscopy Movieprep
- Colonoscopy Plenvu II
- Colonoscopy Plenvu
- Colonoscopy Suprep II
- Colonoscopy Suprep
- EGD – Esophagogastroduodenoscopy Patient Instructions
- Flex Sigmoidoscope Order and Prep Packet
Board-Certified physicians Dr. Ranvir Singh, Dr. Stephen Rashbaum, Dr. Nitin J. Parikh, Dr. Long B. Nguyen, Dr. Ruth Montalvo, Dr. Jae Kim, and providers Tammi D’Elena, PA-C; and Vanessa T. Dang, MSN, APRN; care for patients in the north Atlanta, GA; area including Duluth, Buford, Suwanee, Sugar Hill, Doraville, Chamblee, Sandy Springs and beyond. They have four locations including Alpharetta, GA; Cumming, GA; Johns, Creek, GA; and Lawrenceville, GA. The in-house endoscopy suite at the Johns Creek location of Digestive Care Physicians is a certified facility which has achieved the highest level of accreditation by the Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). If you suffer from abdominal pain, contact us at (770) 227-2222 to schedule an appointment.