Mayo Clinic on procedure competency: "140 colonoscopies isn't cool. You know what's cool, 275 colonoscopies"

Mayo Clinic: GI professional organizations have traditionally recommended that gastroenterology (GI) fellows perform 140 colonoscopies before assessing competency. Robert E. Sedlack, M.D., of the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Mayo Clinic, discusses findings that suggest it takes an average of 275 procedures to acquire the skills needed to perform safe and effective exams.

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