Impact of mechanical simulator practice on clinical ERCP performance by novice surgical trainees: a randomized controlled trial.

Abstract:

BACKGROUND:Lack of forward-viewing endoscopy experience impairs training in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP). We evaluated the effect of ERCP mechanical simulator (EMS) practice on ERCP performance by surgical trainees. PATIENTS AND METHODS:12 surgical trainees without endoscopy experience were randomly allocated to non-EMS (n = 6) programs or to EMS (n = 6) programs with coaching and 20 hours of supervised EMS practice. All trainees then received supervised hands-on clinical ERCP training. Trainers provided verbal instructions and hands-on assistance, and took over if cannulation was not achieved by 20 minutes. Blinded trainers rated clinical performance. RESULTS:Each group performed 150 clinical ERCPs. Biliary cannulation success was significantly higher in the EMS vs. the non-EMS group (P = 0.006), with shorter mean times (in minutes) for intubation, cannulation, and completion (all P < 0.001). EMS trainees showed a significantly better mean performance score (P = 0.006). In multivariate analysis, after adjusting for case sequence, CBD stone, complexity, and EMS training, the effect of EMS practice on odds for successful cannulation remained highly significant (odds ratio [OR] 2.10 [95 %CI 1.46 - 3.01]). At 6 months EMS trainees still had better cannulation success vs. non-EMS controls (P = 0.045); no difference was observed after 1 year. CONCLUSIONS:EMS practice shortens the ERCP early learning curve of inexperienced surgical trainees, improves clinical success in selective biliary cannulation, and may reduce complications.

journal_name

Endoscopy

journal_title

Endoscopy

authors

Meng W,Yue P,Leung JW,Wang H,Wang X,Wang F,Zhu K,Zhang L,Zhu X,Wang Z,Zhang H,Zhou W,Li X

doi

10.1055/a-1217-6727

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2020-11-01 00:00:00

pages

1004-1013

issue

11

eissn

0013-726X

issn

1438-8812

journal_volume

52

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