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Adequate quality of bowel preparation(BP) is important for colonoscopy. Several guidelines recommend that split-dose of 4L PEG should be used as a standard regime for BP. However, the high-volume PEG still results in lower compliance to the regime and increased cost.

Some high risk factors for inadequate BP have been identified, including old age, constipation, diabetes, the use of narcotics and prior history of inadequate BP. For average-risk patients without the high risk factors, the procedure of BP could be easier. In the previous study, with the use of single dose of 2L PEG, more than 90% of average-risk patients achieved adequate BP. Here investigators hypothesized that compared with the standard split dose of 4L PEG, single dose of 2L PEG may be not inferior in BP quality while may be accompanied with better tolerability.


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NCT number NCT02998255
Study type Interventional
Source Fourth Military Medical University
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Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date December 2016
Completion date August 2017

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