Key practical points with pedunculated polyps
Bleed management during endoscopic therapy – Part 2 – Soft tip Coagulation with Snare
See below short video of mild ooze post Cold snare polypectomy, which did not subside on its own. Its rare to see continued on going bleed post Cold snare. In this case, I noticed continued ooze on extubation atleast 5 mins post cold snare. A clot had already formed and despite this there was ongoing ooze.
In this 3 part video series I have highlighted some basic tips on bleed management during endoscopic resection.
In this 38 min video clip, Prad covers the often tricky bit of deciding when patients have actually have a Barrett's and how to assess for dysplasia using acetic acid.
Cold snare polypectomy is probably the commonest polypectomy that is performed at an early stages in a colonoscopist career. Although its simple, it is done badly so many times. In this video, I included some tips and tricks for this simple procedure.