Report of Workshop on Procedural Safety

  • David Fleischer

Abstract

Clinical competence and judgement are issues which must be resolved by adequate training before the procedure (see Chapter 3, pages 39–41). However, there are a variety of practices which can be undertaken before an endoscopy that may influence the safety of that procedure.

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Dioxide Flumazenil 

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