Improving Outcomes for Patients Requiring Oral Bowel Preparation for Colonoscopy


NCT00693290

Interventional

N/A

Unknown status
Study hypothesis The overall aim of this study is to compare two bowel preparations that are used prior to a colonoscopy procedure. The principal research questions are: 1. Does the use of a low residue diet increase patient concordance to the bowel preparation instructions? 2. Does the use of a low residue diet decrease the adequacy of assessment of the mucosa? 3. Does the use of a low residue diet increase the willingness of patients to undertake repeated examination as is required for disease follow−up? 4. Does body weight affect perceived tolerability of either group?
Jun 30,2008
All
16 Years
80 Years
100

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