[Comparison among conventional 4 L polyethylene glycol, split method of 4 L polyethylene glycol and combination of 2 L polyethylene glycol and sodium phosphate solution for colonoscopy preparation].

So Young Jo, Nayoung Kim, Jung Won Lee, Ji Hwan Lim, Chiun Choi, Ilyoung Chon, H. Kil, Bo Young Min, Young Sang Byoun, Ban Seok Lee, Sang Eon Jang, Hyun Kyung Park, Hyun Jin Jo, Cheol Min Shin, Sang Hyup Lee, Young Su Park, Jin-Hyeok Hwang, Jin-Wook Kim, Sook Hyang Jeong, Dong Ho Lee

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The aim of this study was to compare polyethylene glycol (PEG) 4 L, split method of PEG 4 L and PEG 2 L plus sodium phosphate (NaP) in the aspect of bowel preparation quality, safety, patients' compliance and preference. Total 249 subjects were prospectively enrolled and received bowel preparation for colonoscopy from August to October in 2010; PEG 4 L (93 subjects), split method of 4 L PEG (74 subjects) and PEG 2 L plus NaP 90 mL group (82 subjects). To investigate the completion, preference for bowel preparation and safety, a questionnaire survey was conducted before colonoscopy. There were no significant intergroup differences in the aspect of completion of preparation, cecal intubation time and success rate. Satisfaction and preference were higher in PEG 2 L plus NaP 90 mL and split method of 4 L PEG compared with PEG 4 L. In the aspect of the bowel preparation quality PEG 4 L showed significantly higher quality in the morning colonoscopy (p<0.001). However, in the afternoon colonoscopy PEG 2 L plus NaP 90 mL showed better result than PEG 4 L (p=0.009). Hyperphosphatemia was most frequently observed in PEG 2 L plus NaP 90 mL, but no severe adverse events occurred (p<0.001). PEG 4 L showed better result than split method of 4 L PEG or PEG 2 L plus NaP 90 mL in the aspect of bowel preparation quality and safety.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)414-422
Number of pages9
JournalThe Korean journal of gastroenterology = Taehan Sohwagi Hakhoe chi
Volume59
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - 25 Jun 2012

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Colonoscopy
sodium phosphate
Safety
Hyperphosphatemia
Patient Preference
Patient Compliance
Intubation

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