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Impact of high-volume, intermediate-volume and low-volume bowel preparation on colonoscopy quality and patient satisfaction : an observational study
ID Waldmann, Elisabeth (Author), ID Penz, Daniela (Author), ID Majcher, Barbara (Author), ID Zagata, J. (Author), ID Šinkovec, Hana (Author), ID Heinze, Georg (Author), ID Dokladanska, Angelika (Author), ID Szymanska, Aleksandra (Author), ID Trauner, Michael (Author), ID Ferlitsch, Monika (Author), ID Ferlitsch, Arnulf‏ ‎ (Author)

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Abstract
Background: Although optimal bowel preparation is essential for high-quality screening colonoscopy, documentation of preparation quality, patient satisfaction and adherence is scarce. Aim: The aim of this article is to compare low-volume (LV, 300 ml sodium picosulfate), intermediate-volume (IV, 2 l polyethylene glycol, PEG + ascorbic acid and sodium ascorbate), and high-volume (HV, 4 l PEG) purgatives.Results: A total of 5000 individuals (50.5% women) were enrolled between March 2015 and July 2017 (LV:IV:HV = 3.61:1.54:1). Overall sex- and age-adjusted adenoma detection rate was 25.4% (LV 23.8%, IV 25.4%, HV 29.8%), median age was 59.6 years, and cleansing was successful in 96.8%. Success rates of bowel cleansing were highest with HV (97.6%), followed by LV (97.2%) and IV (95.3%) with OR 2.04 (CI 95% 1.20–3.45, p = 0.008) and OR 1.79 (CI 95% 1.27–2.50, p = 0.001), respectively, compared to IV. A total of 93.5% of the LV group would use the same purgative in the future, 73.2% of IV and 69.4% of HV. A total of 84.4% would prefer overnight preparation, 12.1% same-day preparation.Conclusion: All purgatives investigated showed good bowel cleansing quality results, patient satisfaction and compliance. Improvement in patient information might lead to even higher participation rates in screening colonoscopy since one in five patients stated that bowel preparation worried him or her most prior to colonoscopy.

Language:English
Keywords:adenoma detection rate, bowel preparation, patient satisfaction, quality assurance, creening colonoscopy
Work type:Article
Typology:1.01 - Original Scientific Article
Organization:BF - Biotechnical Faculty
Publication status:Published
Publication version:Version of Record
Year:2019
Number of pages:Str. 114-124
Numbering:Vol. 7, iss. 1
PID:20.500.12556/RUL-153016 This link opens in a new window
UDC:616.3
ISSN on article:2050-6414
DOI:10.1177/2050640618809842 This link opens in a new window
COBISS.SI-ID:177467395 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:14.12.2023
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Title:United European Gastroenterology journal
Shortened title:United European Gastroenterol. j.
Publisher:SAGE Publications
ISSN:2050-6414
COBISS.SI-ID:519824153 This link opens in a new window

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