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In a cluster-randomized study compare if feedback from two computerized feedback systems doing a colonoscopy (CoPS and CoRS) can improve the adenoma detection rate and decrease patient discomfort.


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Background: Approximately 4,600 persons get colon cancer annually in Denmark and it is the second most common cause of cancer death. Survival is highly dependent on early detection through a colonoscopy. A thorough colonoscopy is essential to detect early cancers but unfortunately the quality of colonoscopies varies widely between operators. A study of 314,872 colonoscopies performed by 136 gastroenterologists found that the adenoma detection rate (ADR) ranged from 7 - 53% and was inversely associated with the risks of fatal interval cancer. The investigators have developed to tools that can generate automatic, computerized feedback in order to make a more thorough procedure and reduce patient discomfort, the Colonoscopy Progression Score (CoPS) and Colonoscopy Retraction Score (CoRS) Objectives: The investigators predict that live-feedback from CoPS and CoRS doing a colonoscopy can improve the ADR and subsequent prevent colorectal cancer. The aim of this project is to: 1. In a cluster-randomized study compare if feedback from CoPS and CoRS can improve the adenoma detection rate and patient satisfaction for individual operators and the department as a whole. 2. Make an immediate measure to assess the quality of individual colonoscopy performance. Materials and methodology: As a randomized controlled cluster trial following a stepped-wedge program, feedback doing a colonoscopy from these (CoPS and CoRS) will be tested compared to no feedback. Three test departments consisting of three University Hospital in the Capital region of Denmark will be included. ;


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NCT number NCT04862793
Study type Interventional
Source Copenhagen Academy for Medical Education and Simulation
Contact Kristoffer Mazanti Cold, MD
Phone +4541442103
Email [email protected]
Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date June 2021
Completion date December 2023

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