While the specific results were unsurprising, the size of the study should definitively lay to rest the question of whether one option is superior for patients undergoing ERCP.
Driving After Endoscopic Procedural Sedation: Is a 24-hour Ban Too Long?
The current 24-hour driving ban after gastrointestinal endoscopic procedural sedation is an inconvenience that may deter some patients from complying with colonoscopy screenings and other exams. A Cleveland Clinic research project aims to assess endoscopy patients’ discharge readiness using a driving simulator to compare psychomotoric performance among recipients of propofol and nonpropofol sedation.
Standardizing Procedural Sedation Across a Large Healthcare System
A brief look at how we standardize 100,000 procedural sedations performed by 600 physicians and assisted by 1,500 nurses each year across Cleveland Clinic health system.