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Double-Balloon Endoscopy

Theory and Practice
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Springer
Medical imaging, Medical, Medical / Nursing, Surgery - General, Gastroenterology, Diagnostic endoscopy, Double-balloon endoscopy, Medical / Gastroenterology, Small bowel imaging, Therapeutic endo
ContributionsK. Sugano (Editor), H. Yamamoto (Editor), H. Kita (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
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Open LibraryOL9031091M
ISBN 104431342044
ISBN 139784431342045

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Price New from Used from Format: Hardcover. Double-balloon endoscopy, which enables endoscopic observation of the entire small intestine, represents such a new system. The chapters of this book describe the principles, insertion technique, and clinical applications of double-balloon endoscopy, which will become the gold standard of enteroscopy and may well eliminate the need for.

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The chapters of this book describe the principles, insertion technique, and clinical applications of double-balloon endoscopy, which will become the gold standard of enteroscopy and may well eliminate the need for intraoperative enteroscopy in many patients.

Akahoshi K, Kubokawa M, Matsumoto M, et al. Double-balloon endoscopy in the diagnosis and management of GI tract diseases: methodology, indications, safety and clinical impact. World J Gastroenterol. ;12(47)–9. PubMed Google ScholarCited by: 1. Double balloon endoscopy (DBE) was developed using a novel idea of endoscopic insertion, namely the double-balloon method.2 The idea occurred to one of the authors (Yamamoto) in when he saw an examination of push enteroscopy which resulted in vain without reaching the lesion despite considerable efforts of both the endoscopist and the patient.

Double-balloon enteroscopy (DBE) is now widely recognised as a safe and effective modality for endoscopic evaluation of the small intestine, and its most common indication is evaluation of OGIB [ 3 ].

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Double-balloon enteroscopy, also known as push-and-pull enteroscopy is an endoscopic technique for visualization of the small bowel. It was developed by Hironori Yamamoto in Double Balloon Enteroscopy Seven days before the procedure. Stop taking iron, aspirin, aspirin products or Pepto Bismol.

Please note that Tylenol (acetaminophen) does not. In a double balloon endoscopy, the same equipment is used - the only difference being the presence of an additional balloon over the tip of the endoscope.

This makes maneuvering the endoscope easier and offers deeper penetration and more. Double-balloon enteroscopy (DBE) is a test that uses a long skinny flexible tube with a miniature TV camera, to look at the esophagus, stomach and 3 to 6 feet of the small intestine. The instrument that is used for this exam called an enteroscope.

This book describes the principles, insertion technique, and clinical applications of double-balloon endoscopy, which will become the gold standard of enteroscopy and which may well eliminate the. Introduction: Double balloon enteroscopy (DBE) is a relatively new endoscopic technique to diagnose and treat small bowel disease.

While it is becoming widely used, there are relatively few data regarding potential complications. double balloon endoscopy theory and practice Posted By R. Stine Ltd TEXT ID caa82 Online PDF Ebook Epub Library theory and practice sugano k yamamoto h kita h amazonsg books double balloon endoscopy theory and practice.

As described in the book, the double-balloon method was initially intended for use in enteroscopy; however, the double-balloon endoscope allows observation of the entire gas- trointestinal tract, including the stomach and the large intestine.

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For double-balloon enteroscopy, the procedure involves the use of a special enteroscope, along with an overtube that is fitted with a balloon.

You will be comfortably sedated on your left side while the enteroscope and overtube are inserted into the mouth, through the esophagus, and out the bottom of the stomach into the small bowel.

Double-balloon endoscopy (DBE) has been used in clinical practice for nearly 10 years. To systematically collect and produce pooled data on indications, detection rate, total enteroscopy.

Recently, double-balloon endoscopy (DBE), which was first introduced by Yamamoto et al., has been used not only for diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy of the small bowel but also for ERCP-related procedures. However, there have been a few previous reports on attempted DBE-assisted ERCP in patients with Roux-en-Y anastomosis and an intact.

Home > Gastroenterology and Hepatology > Clinical Services > Advanced Endoscopy Balloon-Assisted Enteroscopy Balloon-assisted enteroscopy is an incisionless procedure performed to reach and treat less-accessible colon polyps or areas of bleeding in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract.

Double Balloon Enteroscopy: Double Balloon Enteroscopy is a state-of-the-art method for visual examination of the small intestine. You will be sedated with medication. The small flexible tube will be gently passed through your rectum, and the entire colon proceeding into the small intestine. The small intestine will be carefully examined.

A double balloon endoscopy has the same features of its single balloon counterpart, but features a second balloon placed on the tip of the endoscope where the light and the camera are situated.

The inflation of this second balloon will provide the physician with a more comprehensive view of the intestinal tract and provide more efficient. A double balloon endoscopy (DBE) is a fairly new type of endoscopy which is used to look into the small bowel (intestine).It was developed in in Japan and is now widely used in assisting with diagnosis and monitoring of Crohn’s disease (a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)).

The DBE is a very long endoscope with two balloons on the end. The double-balloon endoscope is an endoscope that is used in a novel insertion method developed to ensure smooth insertion into the distal small intestine.

Its principle came to my mind in I was involved in community health care after graduating from Jichi Medical University and was not familiar with endoscopic expertise, such as enteroscopy, until I went back to my alma mater 11 years.

Double-balloon enteroscopy and capsule endoscopy have been compared in adults, and a meta-analysis suggests that the two techniques have a comparable diagnostic yield in the evaluation of small bowel disease, including obscure GI bleeding.

66 However, Nakamura et al. found that the entire small bowel could be viewed 90% of the time by CE. Double Balloon Endoscopy is revolutionizing the GI field. For the first time in the half century of endoscopy development, small bowel enteroscopy allows direct visualization and treatment of digestive disorders that may involve any part of the GI tract.

What to Expect During the Procedure. The purpose of this book is to improve diagnostic yields of capsule endoscopy and double-balloon endoscopy, because those procedures can depict nonspecific findings that may not lead to a proper diagnosis.

Another reason for the publication was recognition of the difficulty in distinguishing. Double Balloon Enteroscopy Non-Surgical Procedure to Diagnose and Treat GI Disorders.

The endoscopy department at Delray Medical Center now has the technology to examine the small bowel for abnormalities and administer treatment therapies using a non-invasive procedure. The double balloon enteroscopy (DBE) uses a flexible scope to perform a complete endoscopic evaluation of the small.

References Double balloon enteroscopy, or deep small bowel enteroscopy, is a technique whereby a long enteroscope is passed into the intestine using an overtube. Both the endoscope and the overtube.

The double balloon endoscopy is performed using an endoscope that not only has a light and camera on the tip but also has a balloon on the tip. Fitted around this endoscope is a tube, called an overtube, with another balloon on the tip. By alternately securing each balloon to the wall of the intestine, the balloons can be inflated to move the.

Conclusions: DBE is associated with a higher complication rate compared with standard endoscopic procedures. The perforation rate was significantly elevated in patients with altered surgical anatomy undergoing diagnostic retrograde DBE examinations.

AB - Background & Aims: Double balloon enteroscopy (DBE) was introduced into the US in. double balloon endoscopy Endoscopy to evaluate and treat sources of gastrointestinal bleeding within the small bowel. It allows visualization of successively deeper segments of the small bowel by catching the bowel wall with one balloon (located on an overtube that surrounds the endoscope) and then advancing the endoscope ahead of it.Endoscopic access to the small intestine has long presented a challenge to physicians.

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Double balloon endoscopy/enteroscopy (DBE) for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the small intestine: final report. [Devidas Menon; Carolyn J Green; Alberta. Alberta Health and Wellness.; Alberta Health Technologies Decision Process.] -- "Double balloon endoscopy/enteroscopy (DBE) is a non-surgical approach that provides access to the entire inner .