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Staying Out of the Loop / gastroenterologist

by ColoWrap, on June 05, 2024

Gastroenterologists and their staff face the physical toll of colonoscopy procedures each day, and now they are acutely feeling the strain of a nationwide endoscopy personnel shortage. Now more than …

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Topics:colonoscopyendoscopysafe patient handlinglooping in colonoscopygastroenterologistergonomicsendoscopy ergonomicsmusculoskeletal injury

by Larissa Biggers, on March 07, 2019

Happy International Women's Day (March 8)! Today is a global celebration of the achievements of women. It also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. ColoWrap wants to …

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Topics:gastroenterologistpay gapgender inequitywomen in GIfemale gastroenterologist

by Larissa Biggers, on December 07, 2018

Lynch syndrome is one of the most common hereditary cancer syndromes and the most common cause of inherited colorectal cancer (CRC) in the Unites States. An estimated one out of …

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Topics:colonoscopycolon cancergastroenterologistCRCcolorectal cancerinheritedLynch syndromeLScancer

by Larissa Biggers, on November 30, 2018

Speak Visually. Create an infographic with Visme …

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Topics:colonoscopyendoscopyscreeningGI nursingendoscopistgastroenterologistCRCcolorectal cancercecal intubation timeADR

by Larissa Biggers, on November 16, 2018

Waiting is hating Americans hate to wait, whether it’s for food, Internet connectivity, or a green light. So it should come as no surprise that the more time patients spend …

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Topics:colonoscopyendoscopyscreeninghealthcare costsGI nursingendoscopy nursinglooping in colonoscopyendoscopistdifficult colonoscopygastroenterologistCRCcolorectal cancertortuous colonhospital costspatient experiencececal intubation timeColoWrap

by Larissa Biggers, on October 26, 2018

Research consistently shows that the adenoma detection rate (ADR) is higher the more time spent withdrawing the scope. In fact, a presentation at the 2018 meeting of the American College …

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Topics:endocopyadenomaabdominal pressure colonoscopylooping in colonoscopyendoscopistdifficult colonoscopygastroenterologistCRCcolorectal cancertortuous coloncecal intubation timewithdrawal time

by Larissa Biggers, on October 19, 2018

All physicians want to provide superior care for their patients, but practicing medicine today can be complicated. In the last decade, doctors have been tasked with navigating new technologies, government …

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Topics:endocopyscreeningadenomasafe patient hadlingabdominal pressure colonoscopylooping in colonoscopybowel prep colonoscopyendoscopistdifficult colonoscopygastroenterologistCRCcolorectal cancertortuous coloninjury endoscopistGI injurynurse injurypatient experiencewomen in GI

by Larissa Biggers, on October 12, 2018

I attended ACG 2018 to represent my company whose mission is to make colonoscopy easier, safer, and more effective . I am also the daughter of a Stage IV colon …

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Topics:endocopyadenomaendoscopistgastroenterologistCRCcolorectal cancerACG 2018ACG 2018 Annual Conference#ACG2018GYRIGHealio

by Larissa Biggers, on October 03, 2018

Sure you can plan for and participate in American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) 2018 by printing out and marking up the program, but why not make it easier on yourself? …

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Topics:gastroenterologistACG 2018ACG 2018 Annual Conference#ACG2018appnetworking

by Larissa Biggers, on September 28, 2018

A mainstay U.S. gastroenterology event is set to take place October 5 through 10 in Philadelphia, PA: the ACG Annual Scientific Meeting & Postgraduate Course. The agenda is jam-packed with …

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Topics:endocopyadenomaendoscopistgastroenterologistCRCcolorectal cancerACG 2018ACG 2018 Annual Conference#ACG2018


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