Amedco - Quiz

February 2013 JPGN - Polyethylene Articles


A   - 25% for PEG-P, 7% for senna
B   - 88% for PEG-P, 29% for senna
C   - 29% for PEG-P, 88% for senna
D   - 7% for PEG-P, 25% for senna

A   - False

A   - Number of additional enemas required
B   - Patient completion of the preparation
C   - Nausea and vomiting

A   - Single, high-dose (200 g to 255 g) of PEG 3350
B   - A sports drink of 1.9 liters
C   - Clear liquid diet the day before the procedure
D   - Patient consumes 30 ml of the regimen every 15-30 minutes the day prior to procedure

A   - Is effective as a bowel preparation regimen in children
B   - Had excellent tolerability by study population
C   - Did not have patient acceptance of the regimen
D   - Was considered safe in children under 8 years old of age

A   - The study efficacy scale has not been validated in children
B   - Study did not compare this regimen to other available regimens
C   - Study did not blind participants or endoscopists to the regimen
D   - All of the above