Terminal ileum intubation counts as a complete colonoscopy on JETS. For example, if four colonoscopies are performed and in all four the trainee reaches the terminal ileum, the caecal intubation rate will be 100%.
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- I can't log DOPS or see my certification grid - how do I get access?
- I am already an independent endoscopist. Do I need to get JAG certification?
- What is the difference between the caecal intubation and the unassisted (physically) KPIs? It seems they are asking the same question but delivering different results.
- What is the JETS ePortfolio?
- I am unable to log in to my JETS account.
- How do I record and run lists for JETS?
- My trainer does not appear in drop down menus.
- If a trainee gets to the terminal ileum, does this count towards caecal intubation rate?
- What does physically assisted mean?
- Is JETS available in Ireland?