endoscopist


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en·dos·co·pist

(en-dos'kŏ-pist),
A specialist trained in the use of an endoscope.

endoscopist

A health professional who performs endoscopic procedures. See Nurse endoscopist.

en·dos·co·pist

(en-dos'kŏ-pist)
A specialist trained in the use of an endoscope.
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An endoscopist must be affiliated with a screening centre and must have performed at least 1 000 examinations over his/ her professional lifetime.
Endoscopists should be aware of this condition and carefully assess the proximal esophagus just distal to the upper esophageal sphincter during endoscopy in patients with throat symptoms.
Those endoscopists with very high rates of anesthesia assistance overwhelmingly practiced in an urban setting (95%) and were disproportionately represented by gastroenterologists (76%) and colorectal surgeons (10%)," as compared with general surgeons, internists, family physicians, or others.
It is essential for endoscopists to provide pathologists with (1) the accurate location of biopsy tissues taken from the EGJ region, to the best of their knowledge; (2) multiple biopsies in the proximal stomach below the EGJ and the distal stomach so that a comparison can be made histologically among different biopsy samples; (3) endoscopic images; (4) the location of the SCJ and the relationship between the SCJ and the EGJ; and (5) clinical information.
The Third Eye Retroscope is designed to solve that problem by making it possible for endoscopists to see the areas behind those folds and flexures.
Previous studies have reported that 48% of women preferred a female endoscopist while waiting for a sigmoidoscopy and 45% while waiting for a colonoscopy; only 4% of men had a gender preference.
procedure was performed in Japan in 2009 by a Japanese thoracic surgeon and endoscopist.
Integrated Access - The integrated VisiGlide line of guidewires provides the endoscopist with the right wire for all situations based upon preference, technique, and anatomical requirements.
Pre-assessment and referral management--identifying and managing complex cases with guidance from the Lead endoscopist.
And transferring the responsibility for managing sedation from the endoscopist to the anesthesiologist or nurse anesthetist may reduce the endoscopist's medicolegal liability.