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Christina M. Surawicz, MD, MACG, discusses the efficacy of fecal microbiota transplantation to treat C. difficile, IBD and other GI disorders.

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Alessio Fasano, MD, offers an overview on the role of microbiome in the onset of celiac disease.

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Eugene B. Chang, MD, AGAF, highlights the role of gut microbes in our metabolic processes.

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IBS

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Identify economical and pragmatic approach to diagnosing IBS and newest therapeutics (FODMAPS diet, pharmacologic therapies, etc.)

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ERCP and EUS

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Outline the best usage of endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatograms and ultrasounds within GI

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Pancreatic Cancer

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Discuss diagnosis, staging, and best practice treatment

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Describe diagnosis of chronic pancreatitis, its long term complications, and non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic treatment options, particularly efficacy, dosing and side effects and therapies under investigation

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Drug-induced Liver Disease

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Appraise presentations of drug-induced liver disease (when to suspect it), most common culprits, common GI medications that can cause it and how to manage it

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Challenges in Celiac Disease

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Evaluate controversies in the diagnosis of celiac disease and managing patients who don't respond to a gluten free diet

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Inpatient Management of Common GI Conditions

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Outline best practices for assessing and treating common GI conditions in the inpatient setting

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Cirrhosis and Transplantation

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Compare and contrast modalities to diagnose cirrhosis (including non-invasive tests), when to refer to a transplant center and current epidemiology of transplantation

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Challenges in IBD

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Differentiate UC versus Chron's disease, knowing when to operate, post-operative management

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Define and diagnose of functional and motility disorders of esophagus focusing on appropriate diagnostic testing and non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic treatment options, particularly efficacy, dosing and side effects and therapies under investigation

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Eosinophilic Esophagitis

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Identify clinicaopathology required for diagnosis of eosinophilic esophagitis, and non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic treatment options, particularly efficacy, dosing and side effects and therapies under investigation

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Crohn's Disease

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Explain emerging therapies for management of Crohn's disease

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Colorectal Cancer Syndromes

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Discuss the consensus definitions of genetic syndromes associated with colorectal cancer, including FAP and HNPCC, when to suspect them, when to refer, and screening and surveillance protocols

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Gastroparesis

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Define and diagnose of Gastroparesis (including medications that affect test results) and non-pharmacologic and pharmacologic treatment options, particularly efficacy, dosing and side effects and therapies under investigation

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Ulcerative Colitis

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Report emerging therapies for management of Ulcerative Colitis

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Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome

Series: NP/PA Course Resources

Report emerging therapies for management of Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome

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GastroSlides images cover a number of GI and liver disease topics. The authors of the Irritable Bowel Syndrome unit reviewed publications in the field since the release of the original unit in May 2003.

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