Most surveillance colonoscopies booked too early

Most surveillance colonoscopies are being booked earlier than the intervals recommended in NHMRC guidelines, a South Australian study has found. The colonoscopy waiting list burden could be reduced and many colonoscopy complications avoided if clinicians adhered more closely to recommended scheduling intervals for surveillance, according to researchers at Adelaide University. In an audit of 467 ...

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