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*  THE SAFETY OF INTRAVASCULAR CARBON DIOXIDE AND ITS USE FOR ROENTGENOLOGIC VISUALIZATION OF INTRACARDIAC STRUCTURES* | Annals of...
Who Is for CO2? Slow Adoption of Carbon Dioxide Insufflation in Colonoscopy Annals of Internal Medicine; 165 (2): 145-146 ... perirenal insufflation, Rubin's test, etc.) and also for therapy (e.g., pneumoperitoneum, pneumothorax, etc.). Though these ...
http://annals.org/aim/article-abstract/676585/safety-intravascular-carbon-dioxide-its-use-roentgenologic-visualization-intracardiac-structures
*  Carbon Dioxide Insufflation in Colonoscopy | Annals of Internal Medicine | American College of Physicians
Who Is for CO2? Slow Adoption of Carbon Dioxide Insufflation in Colonoscopy Michael Bretthauer, MD, PhD; Mette Kalager, MD, PhD ... Bretthauer M, Kalager M, Adami H, Hoff G. Who Is for CO2? Slow Adoption of Carbon Dioxide Insufflation in Colonoscopy. Ann ... Patients randomly assigned to air insufflation reported more abdominal discomfort after colonoscopy than patients randomly ... assigned to CO2 insufflation (2). Yet, today, most colonoscopies worldwide still use air insufflation. Why has adoption of this ...
http://annals.org/aim/article-abstract/2520921/who-co-2-slow-adoption-carbon-dioxide-insufflation-colonoscopy