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The purpose of this study is to examine the room aerosolization related to various interventions, determine the aerosol clearance of the unique procedure and operation rooms, and assess the impact of aerosol mitigation strategies.
This randomized phase II trial studies the safety of and how well acetylsalicylic acid (Aspirin) works in preventing Barrett's esophagus from returning after it has been successfully eliminated by radiofrequency ablation. Studying samples of tissue from patients with Barrett's esophagus for the levels of a specific protein that is linked to developing Barrett's esophagus may help doctors learn whether acetylsalicylic acid can prevent it from returning after it has been successfully treated.
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