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Banding Hemorrhoids using the O’Regan Disposable Bander

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Iain G.M. Cleator and Maria M. Cleator. Banding Hemorrhoids using the O’Regan Disposable Bander. Business Briefing: U.S. Gastroenterology Review, April 2005.

The “Orphan” Condition Costing the Healthcare Industry $Billions per year

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Harry Sarles, MD and Mitchel Guttenplan, MD, FACS. The “Orphan” Condition Costing the Healthcare Industry $Billions per year. Healthcare Business Today, August 2019.

Striking a Balance

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Shaun Gerrits, Striking a Balance, EndoEconomics, Summer 2018

Topical Medications for Anal Fissures and “Spasm”

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Mitchel Guttenplan, MD, FACS Anorectal Topicals – Whitepaper. January 2015

Anal Fissures: Diagnosis and Management for the Gastroenterologist

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Mitchel Guttenplan, MD, FACS Anal Fissures: Diagnosis and Management for the Gastroenterologist
Gastroenterology & Endoscopy News, October 2015

Introducing Hemorrhoid Treatment to a GI Practice

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Kim Shealy Introducing Hemorrhoid Treatment to a GI Practice EndoEconomics, November, 2013

Hemorrhoid Treatment in the Outpatient Gastroenterology Practice

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Neal Osborn, MD, MSc, Jessica Higgins-Walzer, Steven Morris, MD. Hemorrhoid Treatment in the Outpatient Gastroenterology Practice Using the O’Regan Disposable Bander is Safe and Effective

Hemorrhoid Treatment: The Gastroenterologist Perspective

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Neal Osborn, MD, MSc Hemorrhoid Treatment: The Gastroenterologist Perspective. A Year in Review.

The Long Term Results of Hemorrhoid Banding

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Iain M. Cleator, Mihaela M. Cleator The Long Term Results of Hemorrhoid Banding Using The CRH O’Regan Disposable Suction Ligator

Introducing Comprehensive Non-Surgical Anorectal Care

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Jack A. Di Palma, MD, FACG Introducing Comprehensive Non-Surgical Anorectal Care to the Gastroenterology Fellowship Training Curriculum: The University of Southern Alabama Experience Practical Gastroenterology, May 2011

Evolving Perspectives For Survival Of Gastroenterology Practice

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David A. Johnson, MD, FACG, FASGE Evolving Perspectives for Survival of Gastroenterology Practice: A Business Plan Assessment for Improved Economic Success EndoEconomics, August 2011

Hemorrhoid Treatment Using Rubber Band Ligation

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Neal Osborn, MD, MSc, Hemorrhoid Treatment Using Rubber Band Ligation, The Journal of Medicine, November/December 2009

Eight Years of Hemorrhoid Banding Experience with the O’Regan Ligator

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Iain M. Cleator, Mihaela M. Cleator, David Johnson, Bergein F. Overholt Eight Years of Hemorrhoid Banding Experience with the O’Regan Ligator

Hemorrhoids – Office Management and Review for Gastroenterologists

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Mitchel Guttenplan, MD, FACS and Robert A Ganz, MD, FASGE Hemorrhoids – Office Management and Review for Gastroenterologists,
Touchgastroenterology.com, December 2011

The Evaluation and Treatment of Hemorrhoids: A Guide for the Gastroenterologist

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Robert A. Ganz, MD, FASGE. The Evaluation and Treatment of Hemorrhoids: A Guide for the Gastroenterologist. Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology, June 2013.

Definitive Therapy for Internal Hemorrhoids

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A Prospective Comparison of Anoscopy and Fiberendoscopy in Detecting Anal Lesions

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Kelly SM, Sanowski RA, Foutch PG et al. A Prospective Comparison of Anoscopy and Fiberendoscopy in Detecting Anal Lesions. Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology, Vol. 8, No. 6, 1989

Increase Your EASC and Practice Bottom Line by Providing Hemorrhoidal Treatment

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Harry E. Sarles, Jr., MD, FACG Increase Your EASC and Practice Bottom Line by Providing Hemorrhoidal Treatment

Dimitrios Paikos, et al. “Banding Hemorrhoids Using the O’ Regan Disposable Bander. Single Center Experience. ”

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Healthcare “Reform” ‐‐ A Potential Crisis For Practitioners!

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Which Hemorrhoid Therapy? Expert Reviews Options

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Christina Frangou. Which Hemorrhoid Therapy? Expert Reviews Options, Gastroenterology and Endoscopy News, May 2009 & General Surgery News, April 2009.

A randomized, controlled trial of diathermy hemorrhoidectomy vs. stapled hemorrhoidectomy in an intended day-care setting with longer-term follow-up.

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Cheetham MJ, Cohen CR, Kamm MA et al. A randomized, controlled trial of diathermy hemorrhoidectomy vs. stapled hemorrhoidectomy in an intended day-care setting with longer-term follow-up. Dis Colon Rectum. 2003 Apr; 46(4):491-7.

Persistent pain and fecal urgency after stapled haemorrhoidectomy

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A systematic review of stapled hemorrhoidectomy

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Sutherland LM, Burchard AK, Matsuda K et al. A systematic review of stapled hemorrhoidectomy. Arch Surg. 2002 Dec; 137(12):1395-406; discussion 1407.

The flexible sigmoidoscope as a potential vector of infectious disease, including suggestions for decontamination of the flexible sigmoidoscope.

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Sutherland LM, Burchard AK, Matsuda K et al. A systematic review of stapled hemorrhoidectomy. Arch Surg. 2002 Dec; 137(12):1395-406; discussion 1407.

Persistent pain and fecal urgency after stapled haemorrhoidectomy

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Cheetham MJ, Mortensen NJ, Nystrom PO et al. Persistent pain and fecal urgency after stapled haemorrhoidectomy. Lancet. 2000 Aug 26; 356:730-3.

The Hospital Infection Standardised Surveillance (HISS) programme: analysis of a two-year pilot.

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ASCRS: Hemorrhoids & Fissure-in-Ano

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The management of antithrombotic agents for patients undergoing GI endoscopy

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Acosta, Ruben D. et al. The management of antithrombotic agents for patients undergoing GI endoscopyGastrointestinal Endoscopy, Volume 83, Issue 1 ,3-16

Risk of bleeding following hemorrhoidal banding in patients on antithrombotic therapy.

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R.S. Nelson and A.G. Thorson Risk of bleeding following hemorrhoidal banding in patients on antithrombotic therapy.  Gastroentérologie Clinique et Biologique (2009) 33, 463-465.

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