Water Exchange Produces Significantly Higher Adenoma Detection Rate Than Water Immersion: Pooled Data From 2 Multisite Randomized Controlled Trials.

@article{Leung2018WaterEP,
  title={Water Exchange Produces Significantly Higher Adenoma Detection Rate Than Water Immersion: Pooled Data From 2 Multisite Randomized Controlled Trials.},
  author={Felix W. Leung and Malcolm Koo and Sergio Cadoni and Přemysl Falt and Y H Hsieh and Arnaldo Amato and Matteo Erriu and Petr Fojt{\'i}k and Paolo Gallittu and Chi-Tan Hu and Joseph W. C. Leung and Mauro Liggi and Silvia Paggi and Franco Radaelli and Emanuele Rondonotti and V{\'i}t {\vS}majstrla and Chih-Wei Tseng and Ondrej Urban},
  journal={Journal of clinical gastroenterology},
  year={2018}
}
GOALS To test the hypothesis that water exchange (WE) significantly increases adenoma detection rates (ADR) compared with water immersion (WI). BACKGROUND Low ADR was linked to increased risk for interval colorectal cancers and related deaths. Two recent randomized controlled trials of head-to-head comparison of WE, WI, and traditional air insufflation (AI) each showed that WE achieved significantly higher ADR than AI, but not WI. The data were pooled from these 2 studies to test the above… CONTINUE READING

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