Published in Cancer Weekly, January 11th, 2011
"We aimed to determine whether videorecording impacts short-term performance of colonoscopy. We videorecorded routine colonoscopies by seven colonoscopists, with and without their awareness. Colonoscopy quality was measured by blinded assessment of inspection time and technique. From pre- to post-awareness of videorecording, mean inspection time increased by 49% for all colonoscopies combined and increased significantly for four individual colonoscopists. The...
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