Editor-in-Chief & Deputy Editor 2019-2021

 

Editor-in-Chief:

Nicolas LANTHIER

 

Deputy Editor:

Tim VANUYTSEL

 

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Acta Gastroenterologica Belgica is supported by grants from its major sponsors

 

Acta Gastroenterologica Belgica is supported by grants

from its major sponsors

Dr Falk Pharma

 

 

 

 

 

 

Acta Gastro-Enterologica Belgica is published in

partnership with the following national societies


 

 

 

 

 

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Reviews



Is propofol the optimal sedative in gastrointestinal endoscopy?


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Propofol is a sedative agent commonly used for sedation in gastrointestinal endoscopy. Its pharmacologic properties render propofol an almost ideal drug to achieve and maintain the targeted level of sedation in even complex gastrointestinal procedures. When compared with other sedative agents, propofol is associated with better patient and endoscopist satisfaction and shorter recovery times. Furthermore, propofol can be combined with other sedatives to reduce the total dosage required to achieve the targeted sedation. Its safety is demonstrated by multiple studies, in which adverse events occurred very rarely. Nevertheless, the use of propofol by non-anesthesiologists is illegal in many countries and in those permitted, a structured curriculum with clinical training must first be successfully completed. However, various studies have shown that non-anesthesiologist administration of propofol is comparable in efficacy and safety to administration by an anesthesiologist and more cost-effective. The results of numerous studies indicate that propofol is superior in many aspects compared with traditional sedative agents. (Acta gastroenterol. belg., 2018, 81, 520-524). [Product Details...]



Jejuno-ileal diverticulosis : a review of literature


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Jejunal diverticulosis is a rare entity with variable clinical and anatomical presentations. The majority of cases are discovered incidentally during radiological investigations. Based on a case of a 77 year old woman with jejunal diverticulitis, the current literature about small bowel diverticulosis is reviewed. A jejunoileal diverticulum is usually uncomplicated and can be treated conservatively. Serious complications that require surgery can occur. Abdominal CT is the preferred diagnostic tool. (Acta gastroenterol. belg., 2018, 81, 517-519). [Product Details...]


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