Some Doctors See Better Results From ‘Underwater’ Colonoscopies

Posted on June 12, 2017 by doc_admin

Water exchange colonoscopies, which use H2O instead of air to inflate the colon, slightly improved detection of proximal sessile serrated adenoma, so many doctors now offer both air and water colonoscopies. Underwater colonoscopies also improved polyp detection rates by about 5 percent, mostly in the right colon. However, the water does not seem to help …

Prominent Research Firm Bullish On CRH Medical Shares

Posted on June 12, 2017 by doc_admin

Largely based on the success of the O’Regan Disposable Hemorrhoid Banding System, one of the most successful hemorrhoid treatments in Brooklyn, NY, Zacks Investment advised investors to hold onto their shares, as they were likely to increase in value. While the Vancouver-based company offers other services as well, including anesthesia services, gastrointestinal conditions are its …

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