Practical Colonoscopy by Jerome D. Waye, James Aisenberg, Peter H. Rubin(auth.) PDF

By Jerome D. Waye, James Aisenberg, Peter H. Rubin(auth.)

Practical Colonoscopy

Jerome D. Waye, MD, Director of Endoscopic schooling, scientific Professor of medication, Mount
Sinai clinical heart, manhattan, manhattan, USA
James Aisenberg, MD, Clinical Professor of medication, Mount Sinai clinical middle, long island, NY,
USA
Peter H. Rubin, MD, Associate scientific Professor of drugs, Mount Sinai
Medical middle, big apple, long island, USA
 

Are you trying to find a rapid-reference, step by step advisor to coach you all you should understand so that it will practice fine quality colonoscopy?

Then Practical Colonoscopy is the proper source for you. 

Drawing upon their collective century of expertise appearing and educating colonoscopy, Drs. Waye, Aisenberg and Rubin percentage the “pearls” and ideas that they locate most dear in each day perform. The group is led by
Dr. Jerry Waye, one of many world’s best practitioners and lecturers of endoscopy.

Up-to-date, sensible, clinically-focused, succinct and packed choked with extraordinary illustrations and movies, this multi-media device publications you thru the center elements of top colonoscopy practice.

Key gains include:

  • Lucid,step-by-step factors of the ideas and principles that can help you to  in achieving outstanding results
  • A companion website that comprises 39 video clips illustrating vital techniques, findings, and problems
  • Text-boxes that spotlight and manage the pearls and pitfalls of colonoscopy practice
  • Line diagrams that illustrate vital suggestions and maneuvers
  • High-resolution nonetheless pictures that depict very important findings and techniques

GI trainees will locate this the ideal introductory consultant to colonoscopy, and more matured experts will worth it as a refresher software that's replete with hundreds and hundreds of recent pearls supplied via international experts.  Practical Colonoscopy is a must have software for today’s colonoscopist.

Content:
Chapter 1 The Endoscopy Unit, Colonoscope, and components (pages 1–15):
Chapter 2 The position of the Endoscopy Assistant in the course of Colonoscopy (pages 16–23):
Chapter three symptoms and Contraindications for Colonoscopy (pages 24–29):
Chapter four coaching for Colonoscopy (pages 30–35):
Chapter five Sedation for Colonoscopy (pages 37–45):
Chapter 6 Colonoscopy process: the bits and bobs (pages 46–68):
Chapter 7 Colonoscopic Findings (pages 69–82):
Chapter eight Diagnostic Biopsy (pages 83–87):
Chapter nine Thermal options: Electrosurgery, Argon Plasma Coagulation, and Laser (pages 89–98):
Chapter 10 easy ideas and methods of Polypectomy (pages 99–115):
Chapter eleven tough Polypectomy (pages 116–131):
Chapter 12 administration of Malignant Polyps (pages 132–139):
Chapter thirteen healing Colonoscopy (pages 140–146):
Chapter 14 problems of Colonoscopy (pages 147–157):
Chapter 15 caliber in Colonoscopy (pages 159–166):
Chapter sixteen educating and coaching in Colonoscopy (pages 167–174):
Chapter 17 Computed Tomographic Colonography (“Virtual” Colonoscopy) (pages 175–177):
Chapter 18 complicated Imaging thoughts (pages 178–185):
Chapter 19 the way forward for Colonoscopy (pages 186–190):

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Evidence of bleeding may be in the form of bright red blood per rectum (BRBPR), a positive fecal occult blood test (FOBT), or an unexplained anemia and/or iron deficiency. These signs may portend the presence of a potentially curable colon neoplasm. BRBPR often arises from hemorrhoids or other anal pathology, especially if sporadic, separate from or only on the surface of the bowel movement, seen dripping into the bowl, or only on the tissue after wiping. Blood on the surface of the stool may also arise from a neoplasm in the left colon.

An endoscopic reporting system is often integrated into the room design. This allows nurses and physicians to chart immediately, increasing both accuracy and efficiency. The equipment and electrical cabling must be laid out with forethought: it is unsafe and unkempt to have wires running across the floor. Often an overhead cabling conduit will keep the room tidy but a series of floating ceiling booms will also (expensively) solve the problem. The ancillary equipment should be carefully positioned and handy for the endoscopy assistant.

This can cause some abdominal discomfort after the procedure. 4). Post-procedure tasks required of the endoscopic assistant may include: • detaching the patient from the intravenous and/or monitoring equipment; • transporting the patient to the recovery room; • connecting post-procedure monitoring equipment; • monitoring the post-procedure recovery of the patient, including vital signs and alertness score; • bringing the patient juice or a snack once the level of consciousness permits; • obtaining the patients’ consent for discharge; • reviewing discharge instructions with the patient; • discharging the patient from the endoscopy area; • recording all intraprocedural medication usage, including maintaining a narcotic log; • documenting all elements of the procedure; • recording any adverse events or incidents; • transporting the endoscopic and ancillary equipment to the dirty utility room for reprocessing; • cleaning the procedure room, including discarding all biohazardous materials; • discarding all unused medication; • reprocessing the colonoscope and ancillary equipment.

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