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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All procedures had been performed by trained endoscopists after written informed consent from all the patients.
During a subgroup analysis, where we subdivided the patients according to the endoscopist's experience, we observed no differences relative to gender, median height, or body weight in patients treated by an expert endoscopist.
The ERCP was performed by Olympus duodenoscope (TJF Q180V) by an endoscopist having at least 3 years experience of performing independent ERCPs.
There are different data in the literature indicating that weak or obese patients cause difficulty for the endoscopist during colonoscopy (3, 4).
Additionally, this IHF does not track PCCRC rates; however, every endoscopist in Ontario is audited according to the same criteria, regardless of location of practice.
Despite the fact that the location of the duodenal defect directed our surgical team towards open surgery experience of our endoscopist, who is managing duodenal adenocarcinoma endoscopically [7] and the size of the defect was taken into consideration.
After the unsuccessful attempt of the endoscopist, the patient was sent to the operating room.
There are several explanations for 'missing SPS' by the health check-up centre endoscopist, gastroenterology department practice endoscopist or referring physicians (gastroenterologist), even by an expert gastroenterologist.
The reports were scored on whether the endoscopist recorded the date of report, indications for endoscopy, use of sedation, diagnosis, biopsy information, their name and signature.