Can visual distraction decrease the dose of patient-controlled sedation required during colonoscopy? A prospective randomized controlled trial
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AbstractBackground and Study Aims: We previously demonstrated that audio distraction using relaxation music could lead to a decrease in the dose of sedative medication required and improve patient satisfaction during colonoscopy. This prospective randomized controlled trial was designed to test the hypotheses that visual distraction may also decrease the requirement for sedatives and that audio and visual distraction may have additive beneficial effects when used in combination.
All Author(s) ListLee DWH, Chan ACW, Wong SKH, Fung TMK, Li ACN, Chan SKC, Mui LM, Ng EKW, Chung SCS
Journal nameEndoscopy
Year2004
Month3
Day1
Volume Number36
Issue Number3
PublisherGEORG THIEME VERLAG KG
Pages197 - 201
ISSN0013-726X
eISSN1438-8812
LanguagesEnglish-United Kingdom
Web of Science Subject CategoriesGastroenterology & Hepatology; GASTROENTEROLOGY & HEPATOLOGY; Surgery; SURGERY

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