Research Article
Volume 8 Issue 2 - 2021
Colonoscopy in Mexico, 18 Years of Experience
Luis Andrés Sáenz Romero1, Morelos Adolfo García Sánchez2*, Felipe de Jesus Martinez Martinez3, Mireya De La Fuente González4, Fausto Romero Vallejo5, Oswaldo Díaz González6, Alejandro Badillo Bravo7, Diana Maritza Valladares Castono1, Azalia Rosalia Pérez Galicia1, Doreida Mojica Castañeda1, Miguel Fernando Juárez Moyron1, Michelle Mendoza Rossano1and Eduardo Muñoz Portillo1
1General Surgeon, Surgical Department at “Dr. Rubén Leñero” General Hospital Secretary of Health of Mexico City, National Autonomous University of Mexico, México City, México
2Colonic and Rectal Surgeon and General Surgeon, Surgical Department at “Dr. Rubén Leñero” General Hospital Secretary of Health of Mexico City, National Autonomous University of Mexico, México City, México
3General Surgeon and Gastrointestinal Endoscopy at “Dr. Ruben Leñero” General Hospital Secretary of Health of Mexico City, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico
4General Surgeon, Surgical Department at “Dr. Gaudencio Gonzalez Garza” General Hospital Specialized Medical Unit, “La Raza”, National Medical Center, Mexican Social Security Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico, México City, México
5General Surgeon and Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Surgical Department at “Cristus Muguerza” Hospital, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Reynosa City Tamaulipas State, México
6Internal Medicine and Rheumatologist, Department of Internal Medicine at Hospital National Medical Center “20 de Noviembre ISSSTE”, National Autonomous University of Mexico, México City, México
7General Surgeon, Surgical Department at “Dr. Belisario Dominguez” Specialty Hospital, Secretary of Health of Mexico City, National Autonomous University of Mexico, México City, México
*Corresponding Author: Morelos Adolfo García Sánchez, Colonic and Rectal Surgeon and General Surgeon, Surgical Department at “Dr. Rubén Leñero” General Hospital Secretary of Health of Mexico City, National Autonomous University of Mexico, México City, México.
Received: December 03, 2020; Published: January 21, 2021




Abstract

Introduction: Colonoscopy is a medical procedure that allows visualizing the interior of the entire colon and rectum through an instrument, this instrument is the Colonoscope. Colonoscopy is a weapon to combat many diseases in the medicine of our era. Mexico is a field of opportunity for harvesting the vast endoscopic knowledge and its leading role, expressed in the experience presented in this article.

Objective: To describe the experience of the results obtained in the Colon and Rectal Surgery service, of the colonoscopies performed in three hospitals, analyzing the data obtained in a deductive and critical way.

Method: It is a study with a retrospective, longitudinal, observational and descriptive design. Where a Colonoscopy was performed in the third-level colon surgery services of health care in three hospitals in Mexico City, in a period from April 2002 to April 2020.

Results: A total of 21,743 records and colonoscopy files were reviewed; where 17,023 patients were included who underwent a colonoscopy; of which 8,426 were female (49%) and 8,570 male (51%). The age range was from 10 to 96 years with an average of 54 years.

Conclusion: Colonoscopy is the study par excellence (Gold Standard) with high certainty in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and surveillance of the vast majority of colorectal diseases. Colonoscopy is vital as a priority instrument to implement any health strategy.

Keywords: Colonoscopy; Colon; Straight; Diseases; Colorectal

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Citation: Morelos Adolfo García Sánchez., et al. “Colonoscopy in Mexico, 18 Years of Experience”. EC Gastroenterology and Digestive System 8.2 (2021): 68-77.

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