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Controversies in Gastroenterology-Directed Propofol Administration

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    Gastroenterology-directed propofol is controversial among many practitioners, even though evidence suggests it is very safe. What barriers are there to gastroenterologists administering propofol, without an anesthesiologist on site? Guest Dr. Douglas Rex, Chancellor's Professor and professor of medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine, and host Dr. Jay Goldstein examine the reasons for the slow growth of gastroenterologist-directed propofol, and what the future of anesthesiology might be for gastroenterologists.

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    Gastroenterology-directed propofol is controversial among many practitioners, even though evidence suggests it is very safe. What barriers are there to gastroenterologists administering propofol, without an anesthesiologist on site? Guest Dr. Douglas Rex, Chancellor's Professor and professor of medicine at Indiana University School of Medicine, and host Dr. Jay Goldstein examine the reasons for the slow growth of gastroenterologist-directed propofol, and what the future of anesthesiology might be for gastroenterologists.

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