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Quality indicators for colonoscopy.
Rex DK, et al. Gastrointest Endosc 2015 - Review. PMID 25480100
Bowel preparation before colonoscopy.
ASGE Standards of Practice Committee , et al. Gastrointest Endosc 2015. PMID 25595062
World Endoscopy Organization Consensus Statements on Post-Colonoscopy and Post-Imaging Colorectal Cancer.
Rutter MD, et al. Gastroenterology 2018. PMID 29958856 Free article.
BACKGROUND & AIMS: Colonoscopy examination does not always detect colorectal cancer (CRC)- some patients develop CRC after negative findings from an examination. ...From a colonoscopy quality assurance perspective, that term is too restrictive, so the term post-colonoscopy colorectal cancer (PCCRC) was created in 2010. ...
BACKGROUND & AIMS: Colonoscopy examination does not always detect colorectal cancer (CRC)- some patients develop CRC after negati …
Standards of diagnostic colonoscopy for early-stage neoplasia: Recommendations by an Asian private group.
Sano Y, et al. Dig Endosc 2019. PMID 30589103 Free PMC article.
Summary of statements is as follows: (i) Adequate bowel preparation for high-quality colonoscopy; (ii) Antispasmodic agents for lesion detection; (iii) Image-enhanced endoscopy (IEE) for polyp detection; (iv) Adenoma detection rate for quality indicators; (v) Good documentation of colonoscopy findings; (vi) Complication rates; (vii) Cecal intubation rate; (viii) Cap-assisted colonoscopy (CAC) for polyp detection; (ix) Macroscopic classification using indigocarmine spray for characterization of colorectal lesions; and (x) IEE and/or magnifying endoscopy for prediction of histology. ...
Summary of statements is as follows: (i) Adequate bowel preparation for high-quality colonoscopy; (ii) Antispasmodic agents for lesio …
Enhanced education for bowel preparation before colonoscopy: A state-of-the-art review.
Liu Z, et al. J Dig Dis 2017 - Review. PMID 28067463
Colonoscopy remains the mainstay in diagnosing and monitoring colorectal cancer and other colorectal lesions. The diagnostic efficiency of colonoscopy greatly depends on the quality of bowel preparation, which is closely associated with the patient's compliance with the preparation instructions. ...These educational methods have significantly improved compliance with the instructions for bowel preparation and ultimately promoted the visualization of the colon in patients undergoing colonoscopy....
Colonoscopy remains the mainstay in diagnosing and monitoring colorectal cancer and other colorectal lesions. The diagnostic efficien
Colonoscopy Surveillance After Colorectal Cancer Resection: Recommendations of the US Multi-Society Task Force on Colorectal Cancer.
Kahi CJ, et al. Gastroenterology 2016 - Review. PMID 26892199
This document is based on a critical review of the literature regarding the role of colonoscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, endoscopic ultrasound, fecal testing and CT colonography in this setting. The document addresses the effect of surveillance, with focus on colonoscopy, on patient survival after CRC resection, the appropriate use and timing of colonoscopy for perioperative clearing and for postoperative prevention of metachronous CRC, specific considerations for the detection of local recurrence in the case of rectal cancer, as well as the place of CT colonography and fecal tests in post-CRC surveillance....
This document is based on a critical review of the literature regarding the role of colonoscopy, flexible sigmoidoscopy, endoscopic u …
Accredited residents perform colonoscopy to the same high standards as consultants.
Chan DKH, et al. Surg Endosc 2018. PMID 28812156
We conducted this study to compare quality indicators between consultants and residents with regards to colonoscopy. METHODS: A review of colonoscopies from a prospectively collected database was performed from September 2011 to February 2016. ...There were only three (%) perforations in the entire series, and all were from colonoscopies performed by Consultants. CONCLUSION: Given the proper training, residents are able to perform colonoscopy with the same level of competence as consultants. ...
We conducted this study to compare quality indicators between consultants and residents with regards to colonoscopy. METHODS: A revie …
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Rex DK and Schoenfeld PS. Gastrointest Endosc 2015. PMID 26183497
FECAL OCCULT BLOOD: A COMPARISON OF CHEMICAL AND IMMUNOCHEMICAL TESTS
Borges LV, et al. Arq Gastroenterol 2018. PMID 30043860 Free article.
Based on the endoscopic findings, the colonoscopy was rated as positive or negative for colorectal bleeding. The degree of concordance between the fecal occult blood tests and the colonoscopy was evaluated by the kappa index. RESULTS: Forty-four (25%) colonoscopies were categorized as positive for colorectal bleeding. The toluidine test presented lower concordance than the immunochemical tests, which showed moderate concordance with the colonoscopy. ...
Based on the endoscopic findings, the colonoscopy was rated as positive or negative for colorectal bleeding. The degree of concordanc …
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