Materials and methods: In this study we analysed the adherence to a CCR screening programme in an average risk population aged between 50 and 74 years.
A qualitative FIT was used and colonoscopy was recommended for patients with positive results. In our study subjects were invited to participate in the CRC screening programme.
Based on recent epidemiological data showing an increase in CRC incidence around the age of 50 years old, the American Cancer Society made a qualified recommendation to lower the age for starting the screening from 50 to 45 years old for all average-risk individuals. According to the American Cancer Society, a qualified recommendation indicates clear evidence of benefits, but less certainty about the risk-benefits balance. Age is important, but so are several other factors, such as male sex, a relative with CRC, high BMI, the metabolic syndrome, cigarette smoking, diet, inflamatory bowel disease, and the use of certain medications. In this context, whether colorectal cancer colonoscopy begin the screening at 45 or 50 years old seems relatively unimportant when compared to using the individual patient risk for CRC, the most adequate attitude being a personalized recommendation for screening. The objective of screening is to reduce the CRC incidence and mortality.
From all invited persons, Compliance to FIT was significantly higher among women as compared with men: Also, the compliance to FIT was significantly higher in subjects from urban area as compared with those from rural area: The adherence to FIT was higher in age group years as compared with colorectal cancer colonoscopy others age groups.
Colorectal cancer colonoscopy rate for FIT was Participants with positive test results had a compliance rate for follow-up colonoscopy of Colorectal cancer colonoscopy screening, colorectal cancer, faecal immunochemical test, adherence, compliance References: Betes M, Munoz-Navas MA, Duque JM et al: Use of colonoscopy as a primary screening test colorectal cancer colonoscopy colorectal cancer in average risk people.
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