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A study on the learning effect of gastric X-ray diagnosis for <i>Helicobacter pylori</i> infection focusing on an interactive method

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  • SUZUKI Hideo
    Tsukuba Preventive Medicine Research Center
  • AOKI Rika
    Tokushima Health Screening Center
  • YOSHIMURA Rie
    Medical Treatment Corporate Foundation Group Hakuaikai Medical Checkup Center Wellness
  • SAITO Yoko
    Ibarakiken Medical Center, Center for Digestive Endoscopy
  • MIZOKAMI Yuji
    Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, University of Tsukuba
  • NAKAJIMA Shigemi
    JCHO Shiga Hospital, Consortium for Community Medicine, Shiga University of Medical Science

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  • 双方向性を重視した胃X線によるピロリ菌感染診断の学習効果についての検討
  • ソウホウコウセイ オ ジュウシ シタ イ Xセン ニ ヨル ピロリキン カンセン シンダン ノ ガクシュウ コウカ ニ ツイテ ノ ケントウ

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Abstract

<p>AIM: One of the causes for gastric cancer is by Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection, which implies that it is important to determine the H. pylori infection status during gastric cancer screening in Japan. Therefore, effective learning methods must be provided for diagnosing gastric mucosal alterations caused by H. pylori. Methods: Study subjects included 27 physicians, 12 radiologic technologists, and one other who participated in the eighth meeting of the Gastric Cancer Screening Study Group, in consideration of H. pylori infection, held in June 2017. Before and after the lecture on H. pylori infection diagnosis using gastric radiographic imaging and endoscopy, we compared the changes in the correct answer rates to the question of choosing from among three H. pylori infection statuses, namely uninfected, currently infected, and previously infected. The answers after the lecture were shared among the participants using an interactive system, Answer Pad. Results: The correct answer rate after the lecture increased with both gastric radiographic imaging and endoscopy; however, a significant difference from 54% to 69% was observed with gastric radiographic imaging among the beginners (p < 0.01). Conclusions: The lecture of our group using radiographic and endoscopic images significantly increased the learning effect on the diagnosis of H. pylori infection status, especially for beginners.</p>

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