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Author Waye, Jerome D

Title Practical Colonoscopy
Published Chicester : Wiley, 2013


Description 1 online resource (417 pages)
Contents Cover; Dedication; Title page; Copyright page; List of Video Clips; Preface; About the companion website; SECTION 1: Pre-procedure; CHAPTER 1: The Endoscopy Unit, Colonoscope, and Accessories; Introduction; The procedure rooms; The non-procedure areas; The colonoscope; Endoscopic accessories; Summary; CHAPTER 2: The Role of the Endoscopy Assistant during Colonoscopy; Introduction; Certification and training; Pre-colonoscopy tasks; Intra-colonoscopy tasks; Post-procedure tasks; CHAPTER 3: Indications and Contraindications for Colonoscopy; Introduction; Specific indications
Pediatric colonoscopySummary; CHAPTER 4: Preparation for Colonoscopy; Introduction; Management of standing medications; Colon cleansing; Informed consent; Summary; SECTION 2: Basic Procedure; CHAPTER 5: Sedation for Colonoscopy; Introduction; Levels of sedation; Pharmacology of drugs; Approaches to sedation for colonoscopy; Pre-colonoscopy management; Post-colonoscopy management; Equipment for sedation; Staffing and colonoscopic sedation; Summary; CHAPTER 6: Colonoscopy Technique: The Ins and Outs; Introduction; Preparation for scope insertion; Proper technique for holding the scope
Colonic intubation: segment by segmentWithdrawal phase of colonoscopy; Special techniques to increase visualization; Summary; CHAPTER 7: Colonoscopic Findings; Colorectal cancer; Colorectal polyps; Anal carcinoma; Diverticulosis; Hemorrhoids; Ischemic colitis; Solitary rectal ulcer; Radiation colopathy and proctopathy; Diversion colitis; Inflammatory bowel disease; Endoscopy of ileal pouches; Vascular ectasias; Graft-versus-host disease; Infectious colitis; Dieulafoy lesions; Microscopic, lymphocytic, and collageneous colitis; CHAPTER 8: Diagnostic Biopsy; Introduction; Equipment for biopsy
How to use biopsy forcepsWhat to do with the biopsy; When to take a biopsy; Biopsy in special settings; Summary; SECTION 3: Operative Procedures; CHAPTER 9: Thermal Techniques: Electrosurgery, Argon Plasma Coagulation, and Laser; Introduction; Electrosurgery; Instruments used for electrosurgery; Common uses of electrocautery; General precautions for electrosurgery; Argon plasma coagulation; Laser; Summary; CHAPTER 10: Basic Principles and Techniques of Polypectomy; Introduction; Polyp appearance, location, and prevalence; Polyp histopathology; Detecting polyps
General principles of polypectomyPolypectomy: small polyps; Polypectomy: Pedunculated polyps; Summary; CHAPTER 11: Difficult Polypectomy; Introduction; Options when encountering difficult polyps; Characteristics of the polyp; Characteristics of the procedure; Clinical status of the patient; The resources of the endoscopy facility; Expertise available locally; The characteristics of the colonoscopist; Colonoscopic resection of the difficult polyp: Preparation; Colonoscopic resection of the difficult polyp: Technique; Special situations and techniques; Summary
Summary Colonoscopy: Tips and Tricks is a practical guide to the fundamentals of this very common medical procedure. Specialists will also find it a useful refresher tool and trainees in gastroenterology and practicing endoscopist doctors will find it an indispensable resource. Simply split into four sections, Pre-procedure, Basic Procedure, Operative Procedures and Post-procedure, the reader will be taken through the basics of performing colonoscopy in a step-by-step fashion, with full attention given to setting up the colonoscopy setting and preparing the patient as well as the fundamentals behin
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Colonoscopy.
Colonoscopy -- methods
Colonic Diseases -- diagnosis
Colonic Diseases -- surgery
MEDICAL -- Gastroenterology.
Form Electronic book
Author Aisenberg, James
Rubin, Peter H
LC no. 2012044841
ISBN 9781118553428