Study on the influence of assistant experience on the quality of colonoscopy: A pilot single-center study.

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Summary of "Study on the influence of assistant experience on the quality of colonoscopy: A pilot single-center study."

Colonoscopy is the most important method for the diagnosis and treatment of intestinal diseases, and there are many factors affecting the quality of examination. Although the assistant is one of the factors influencing the quality of colonoscopy, there are few studies on the effect of different assistants with different experiences on the quality of colonoscopy. Therefore, the study was aimed to research the correlation between different assistants with different experiences and the quality of water-injection colonoscopy.


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Name: Medicine
ISSN: 1536-5964
Pages: e17747


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