|Title:||Comparison of cold and hot snaring polypectomy for small colorectal polyps: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial||Authors:||Chen, Yen-Nien
|Keywords:||Cold snaring polypectomy; Delayed bleeding; Small colorectal polyp;Cold snaring polypectomy; Delayed bleeding; Small colorectal polyp||Issue Date:||6-Jul-2018||Publisher:||BMC||Journal Volume:||19||Journal Issue:||1||Start page/Pages:||361||Source:||Trials||Abstract:||
Colorectal cancer remains a considerable challenge in healthcare nowadays. Most patients' disease develops via the adenoma-carcinoma sequence; colonoscopy with polypectomy effectively reduces both mortality and incidence by removing precancerous adenomas. Previous studies showed that polypectomy without electrocautery (cold snaring polypectomy) is a safe and time-saving procedure to manage polyps < 10 mm. However, randomized controlled trials have failed to prove the superiority of cold snaring polypectomy for reducing the risk of delayed bleeding in comparison with hot snaring polypectomy, generally because of their low statistical power that was limited by sample sizes. In this study, we aim to compare the risk of delayed bleeding following cold and hot snaring polypectomy based on a large sample size.
|URI:||https://scholars.lib.ntu.edu.tw/handle/123456789/592390||ISSN:||1745-6215||DOI:||10.1186/s13063-018-2743-z||metadata.dc.subject.other:||Article; chromoendoscopy; clinical effectiveness; clinical protocol; cold snaring polypectomy; colonoscopy; colorectal polyp; controlled study; histopathology; hot snaring polypectomy; human; human tissue; image enhancement; intermethod comparison; major clinical study; multicenter study; narrow band imaging; outcome assessment; patient safety; polypectomy; prospective study; randomized controlled trial; risk reduction; surgical risk; adult; colon polyp; comparative study; multicenter study (topic); procedures; randomized controlled trial (topic); sample size; temperature; Adult; Colonic Polyps; Colonoscopy; Humans; Multicenter Studies as Topic; Outcome Assessment (Health Care); Prospective Studies; Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic; Sample Size; Temperature
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