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The influence of administration of general intravenous anesthesia on the quality of colonoscopic procedure

dc.contributor.advisorGvozdenović, Ljiljana
dc.contributor.advisorNikolić, Ivan
dc.contributor.otherDamjanov, Dragomir
dc.contributor.otherKukić, Biljana
dc.contributor.otherJovanović, Ivan
dc.contributor.otherRakić, Goran
dc.contributor.otherSavić, Željka
dc.creatorKnežević, Aleksandar
dc.date.accessioned2018-07-03T11:45:33Z
dc.date.available2018-07-03T11:45:33Z
dc.date.available2020-07-03T13:24:09Z
dc.date.issued2018-06-12
dc.identifier.urihttp://nardus.mpn.gov.rs/handle/123456789/9562
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dc.description.abstractSve veća potreba za izvođenjem kolonoskopije u dijagnostičke ili terapijske svrhe nameće potrebu za usavršavanjem ove endoskopske procedure. Izvođenje kolonoskopije u opštoj, intravenskoj anesteziji, moglo bi u značajnoj meri olakšati njeno izvođenje, poboljšati podnošenje ove procedure od strane ispitanika i omogućiti otkrivanje većeg broja pacijenata sa potencijalno malignim bolestima debelog creva. Cilj ispitivanja je bio utvrditi da li primena opšte intravenske anestezije tokom kolonoskopije povećava broj totalnih kolonoskopija i skraćuje vreme intubacije cekuma, povećava broj viđenih patoloških procesa i smanjuje osećaj bola i učestalost neželjenih reakcija. Primena opšte intravenske anestezije značajno je povećala broj totalnih kolonoskopija u 94.3% ispitanika u odnosu na 78.7% totalnih kolonoskopija kontrolne grupe i skratila vreme intubacije cekuma, značajno je povećala broj viđenih patoloških promena u 46.7% ispitanika u odnosu na broj viđenih patoloških promena u 28.8% ispitanika kontrolne grupe i značajno je smanjila intenzitet bola i učestalost neželjenih reakcija. U kontrolnoj grupi ispitanika skalom bola nakon kolonoskopije ustanovljen je značajno veći intenzitet bola u poređenju sa ispitanicima ekperimentalne grupe. Na Likertovoj skali zadovoljstva ustanovljena je značajno bolja kontrola bola i lični stav lekara u ekperimentalnoj grupi, dok su poseta ustanovi i procedura, razumevanje procedure, tehnička veština lekara, lični stav medicinskih sestara i drugog tehničkog osoblja značajno bolje ocenjeni u kontrolnoj grupi. Od svih ispitivanih faktora na zadovoljstvo obe grupe pacijenata značajno su uticali: način izvođenja procedure, bol, uočene patološke promene i intubacija cekuma. U kontrolnoj grupi ispitanika između skale zadovoljstva i skale bola ustanovljena je značajna negativna korelacija. U kontrolnoj grupi se 80,1% pacijenata izjasnilo da bi ponovnu kolonoskopiju uradili u opštoj intravenskoj anesteziji u poređenju sa svim pacijentima eksperimentalne grupe koji ne bi menjali način izvođenja ponovne procedure. Primena opšte intravenske anestezije tokom kolonoskopije povećava broj totalnih kolonoskopija i uočenih patoloških promena, smanjuje učestalost i intenzitet neželjenih reakcija povećavajući zadovoljstvo pacijenata, što bi prevashodno moglo imati značaja u skriningu karcinoma debelog creva. Potrebno je proširiti ispitivanje primene opšte intravenske anestezije u drugim endoskopskim procedurama kako bi bila uvedena u svakodnevnoj kliničkoj praksi.sr
dc.description.abstractAn increasing need to perform colonoscopy for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes imposed the need for mastering this endoscopic procedure. Performing colonoscopy in general intravenous anesthesia could greatly ease the procedure, make it more comfortable for patients and it could enable detecting a higher number of patients with occult malignant diseases of the colon. The aim of this paper was to determine if the implementation of general intravenous anesthesia during colonoscopy increases the number of total colonoscopies and shortens the time of cecum intubation, increases the number of familiar pathological processes and decreases the sensation of pain as well as the frequency of side reactions. The implementation of general intravenous anesthesia has significantly increased the number of total colonoscopies in 94.3% of examined patients in relation to 78.7% of total colonoscopies of the control group and shortened the time of cecum intubation. It has significantly increased the number of familiar pathological changes in 46.7% of the patients in relation to the number of familiar pathological changes in 28.8% patients of the control group and significantly decreased pain intensity and the frequency of side reactions. A statistically greater pain intensity after colonoscopy was determined by the pain scale in the control group in comparison to the examinees of the experimental group. Likert satisfaction scale has shown that the experiment group assessed pain control and doctors’ opinion as significantly better, while the institution visits and the procedure, understanding the procedure, doctors’ technical skills, nurses’ and technical personnel’s personal opinions were assessed as significantly better in the control group. Out of all the examined factors on the satisfaction of both groups, the following ones had a significant inluence: the way the procedure was done, the level of pain, detected pathological changes and cecum intubation. A significanlty negative correlation was determined between the scale of satisfaction and the scale of pain in the control group. 80.1% of the control group patients stated that they would undergo a general anesthesia colonoscopy again in comparison to all the patients of the experimental group who would not change the way the procedure was previously done. The implementation of general intravenous anesthesia in the course of colonoscopy increases the number of total colonoscopies and detected pathological changes, decreases the frequency and intensity of side-effects therefore it enhances patients' sastisfaction, which could play a major role in colon cancer screening. It is necessary to extend the implementation of general intravenous anesthesia in other endoscopic procedures in order to introduce it in everyday clinical practice.en
dc.languagesr (latin script)
dc.publisherУниверзитет у Новом Саду, Медицински факултетsr
dc.rightsopenAccessen
dc.sourceУниверзитет у Новом Садуsr
dc.subjectkolonoskopijasr
dc.subjectColonoscopyen
dc.subjectGeneralen
dc.subjectIntravenousen
dc.subjectColonic Neoplasmsen
dc.subjectPainen
dc.subjectPain Managementen
dc.subjectPatient Satisfactionen
dc.subjectopšta anestezijasr
dc.subjectintravenski anesteticisr
dc.subjectneoplazme kolonasr
dc.subjectbolsr
dc.subjectterapija bolasr
dc.subjectzadovoljstvo pacijenatasr
dc.subjectAnesthesiaen
dc.subjectAnestheticsen
dc.titleUticaj primene opšte intravenske anestezije na kvalitet kolonoskopske proceduresr
dc.title.alternativeThe influence of administration of general intravenous anesthesia on the quality of colonoscopic procedureen
dc.typedoctoralThesissr
dc.rights.licenseBY-NC-ND
dcterms.abstractНиколић, Иван; Гвозденовић, Љиљана; Дамјанов, Драгомир; Савић, Жељка; Ракић, Горан; Јовановић, Иван; Кукић, Биљана; Кнежевић, Aлександар; Утицај примене опште интравенске анестезије на квалитет колоноскопске процедуре; Утицај примене опште интравенске анестезије на квалитет колоноскопске процедуре;
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dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://nardus.mpn.gov.rs/bitstream/id/33942/Disertacija.pdf


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