Incontinence after colonoscopy - an unrecognized and preventable problem. A cross-sectional study from the Gastronet quality assurance program
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Hoff G et al. – About every 20th patient undergoing colonoscopy using standard air insufflation experiences postexamination incontinence. This proportion can be reduced by 60 % by converting from air insufflation to insufflation with the absorbable CO2.

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