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Revista Española de Enfermedades Digestivas

versión impresa ISSN 1130-0108

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CRESPO, Javier  y  TERAN, Álvaro. Endoscopy and sedation: an inseparable binomial for the gastroenterologist. Rev. esp. enferm. dig. [online]. 2018, vol.110, n.4, pp.250-252. ISSN 1130-0108.  http://dx.doi.org/10.17235/reed.2018.5585/2018.

The development of endoscopy and its increasing demand among the population have led to a growing need for propofol-based sedation techniques. Benefit is indisputable for both patients and endoscopists, but some aspects require considering the "who" and "how" of sedation as related to safety and health care costs.

Propofol is first-choice in endoscopy for the European Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy because of its fast onset of action and short half-life, and many reports exist on its safety when used by gastroenterologists rather than anesthesiologists.

In this issue of REED several originals support the efficiency and safety of propofol even for complex, high-risk, or protracted procedures such as endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) and enteroscopy. Propofol may be safely and effectively administered by a team with specific skills acquired through education and using a specific procedure. However, difficulties arise in real-world clinical practice that preclude such training, which in Spain should be included in the MIR (médico interno residente) specialization program curriculum. The Comisión Nacional de Digestivo (Spanish National Commission on Digestive Diseases), sensitive to this training gap, has included in their latest version of the MIR program (under assessment) four additional competences, with number 145 (training in deep sedation) being most relevant here. In addition, the Spanish Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (SEED) has invested significant efforts in sedation training, with over 50 courses on sedation for endoscopists and nurses. Continuing education and training in this field (for instance, refresher courses on advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation) should be a goal for all endoscopy units. Because of the diversity found among hospitals, with single or multiple endoscopy rooms, efforts should be made to persuade those in charge of gastroenterology and anesthesiology departments to establish the necessary care circuits in order to guarantee patient safety by developing accurate protocols and promoting consensus among the scientific societies involved (Spanish Society for Digestive Diseases [SEPD], SEED and Spanish Society of Anaesthesiology, Resuscitation and Pain Management [SEDAR]) and their respective national commissions.

Palabras clave : Sedation; Propofol; Drug safety; Endoscopy.

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