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World J Gastroenterol. 2010 Jan 28;16(4):458-61.

Patient interest in video recording of colonoscopy: a survey.

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Division of Gastroenterology/Hepatology, Indiana University Medical Center, Indianapolis, IN 46202, USA.

Abstract

AIM:

To find if patients are interested in obtaining a video recording of their colonoscopy procedure.

METHODS:

We conducted a survey of outpatients presenting for colonoscopy regarding their interest in obtaining a video recording of their colonoscopy.

RESULTS:

Two hundred and forty-eight patients (mean age 57.9 years; 57% male) were surveyed. Two hundred and one patients (81%) were interested in obtaining a video recording. No significant predictors of patients' interest in the video recording were identified. After reading a brief educational paragraph explaining missed lesions during colonoscopy, 135 patients (54%) were more interested in having a video recording, and none were less interested. One hundred and fifty-six patients (63%) were willing to pay for a video recording. In multivariable analyses, younger age was predictive of willingness to pay for a video recording. Prior history of colorectal cancer and a family history of colorectal cancer were predictive of willingness to pay a greater amount.

CONCLUSION:

Patients undergoing colonoscopy expressed substantial interest in obtaining a videorecording of their procedure. Awareness of missing lesions during colonoscopy increased interest in having a videorecording.

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20101771
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PMC2811798
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