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Paper Chase #1 - Quality of Bowel Prep in Inpatient Colonoscopies

Steve Biederman, MD and Tom Robertson, MD
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Among hospitalized patients undergoing colonoscopy, inadequate bowel preparation rates are high and associated with an increased length of stay. Avoiding opiates, performing colonoscopy before noon, and maintaining a liquid diet or NPO all can reduce rates of inadequate bowel preparation.

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Iv fluids judiciously for NPO as there will be fluid losses from bowel evacuation seems necessary .

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