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  • Colonoscopy Comfort: An Evidence-Based Practice Project. [Journal Article]
  • GNGastroenterol Nurs 2016 May-Jun; 39(3):212-5
  • McCommons R, Wheeler M, Houston S
  • Decreased discomfort after colonoscopy is a high priority for patients. Typically, air is used to insufflate the bowel during colonoscopy, but emerging literature shows that carbon dioxide insufflati…
  • Capsule endoscopy: The road ahead. [Review]
  • WJWorld J Gastroenterol 2016 Jan 07; 22(1):369-78
  • Singeap AM, Stanciu C, Trifan A
  • Since its introduction into clinical practice 15 years ago, capsule endoscopy (CE) has become the first-line investigation procedure in some small bowel pathologies, and more recently, dedicated esop…
  • Pneumatic colon injury following high pressure blow gun dust cleaner spray to the perineum. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Case Rep 2015; 6C:218-21
  • Sy ED, Chiu YI, … Ong RL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Air from pneumatic tools produces column of air at pressure of 3.5-8.8kg/cm(2) and pressure greater than the resting anal pressure of 0.109kg/cm(2) force air to enter the colon when the perineum is sprayed. Different degree of colon injury results when airflow is greater than 1.46L/m, and/or intraluminal pressure greater than 0.109kg/cm(2). In most children, initial anxiety to tell the truth result in difficulty to obtain good history.Spraying of the perianal with excessive pneumatic force of greater than the resting anal pressure and high air flow rate causes multiple site colon injury and tension pneumoperitoneum due to colon perforation. Parent should be caution in children playing with high pressure pneumatic tool, and the importance of history is emphases for early correct diagnosis.
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