Colonoscopies with trainee involvement yield lower sessile serrated polyp detection rate

Sessile serrated polyp detection rate was the only quality metric reduced when trainees participated in colonoscopy, highlighting the importance of careful examination of the right colon when trainees are present, according to new data.“We wanted to better understand whether training a resident physician affected the quality of the colonoscopy procedure. This is of particular interest to us as we are a major endoscopy teaching center for both gastroenterology and general surgery,” Michael Sey, MD, MPH, FRCPC, a gastroenterologist at London Health Sciences Centre-Victoria HospitalRead More

Related Articles