Gastrointestinal Endoscopy: Basic Principles and Practice
This textbook of gastrointestinal endoscopy takes a new look at endoscopic training. In particular, it explains the recently developed guidelines for training and practice, including indications for procedures, conscious sedation, disinfection and obtaining informed consent.
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