Gr upSM Anesthetic Considerations for Adult Ambulatory Colonoscopy

@inproceedings{Tuncali2017GrUA,
  title={Gr upSM Anesthetic Considerations for Adult Ambulatory Colonoscopy},
  author={Bahattin Tuncali},
  year={2017}
}
It is estimated that millions of colonoscopies are performed worldwide and the demand is growing further each year. Despite the introduction of smaller and more flexible endoscopes, colonoscopy is still an invasive procedure, causing physical and emotional discomfort that decrease patient satisfaction leading to unwillingness to participate in colorectal cancer screening with possible negative implications on both diagnosis and treatment. Proper sedation and analgesia, with or without… CONTINUE READING

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