Johns Hopkins Review of Medical and Surgical Gastroenterology 2018

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32 Video Files (.mp4 format) + 1 PDF Files.
File Size = 4.01 GB

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32 Video Files (.mp4 format) + 1 PDF Files.
File Size = 4.01 GB

Overview – Topics/Speakers:

Johns Hopkins Clinical Update
Discover the latest in the diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal and liver disease.

Expert-Led Learning
In the Johns Hopkins Review of Medical and Surgical Gastroenterology, leading experts discuss diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal and liver disease. Speakers from the 35th annual conference cover a wide range of relevant topics, including diagnosis of autoimmune pancreatitis, understanding immunosuppression management in the post-liver transplant patient, delineating the role for surgical versus endoscopic approaches to gastric cancer, and treating the pregnant patient with elevated liver function tests.

After completing the course, you’ll be better able to:

Identify and scrutinize the best approach to the management of hepatobiliary disorder
Describe updates and paradigm changes in the treatment of various liver diseases
Outline the medical and surgical approaches to esophageal and gastric disease
Identify and utilize the latest therapeutic modalities to the management of inflammatory bowel disease
Analyze and review the various GI conditions that may affect a pregnant patient
Assess the various options for bariatric surgery and delineate diagnosis algorithms for GI bleeding
Convenient CME
Available online or via audio MP3 CDs, this program lets you gain practical working knowledge of the advances in various GI disorders at your convenience. You can earn a maximum of 12.25 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits ™ without interrupting your busy schedule with travel. Learn and earn the continuing medical education credits you need with this practical and relevant program.

TOPICS

Resecting Pancreatic Cancer: What Are the Limits? – Kyoichi Takaori, MD, PhD, FACS, FIASGO
Biliopancreatic Endoscopy: What Future Technology Will Fulfill the Unmet Needs? – Raj Shah, MD, FASGE, AGAF
DEBATE: Minimally Invasive Pancreatectomy: Robotically or Laparoscopically? – Barish Edil, MD, FACS and Matthew Weiss, MD
Could This Be Autoimmune Pancreatitis? – Anne Marie Lennon, MD, PhD, FASGE
Management of Hilar Cholangiocarcinoma: What Can I Apply to My Practice? – Taizo Hibi, MD, PhD, FIASGO
Hepatitis A to E: What Are the Keys to Successful Management? – Gregory T. Everson, MD
Surgical Treatment of Gallbladder Cancer – Ho-Seong Han, MD, PhD, FIASGO
Liver Transplantation: When to Refer and What Are the Outcomes? – James Burton, MD
My Patient Has a Liver Lesion: What Should I Do? – Richard D. Schulick, MD, MBA, FACS
Non-invasive Methods to Evaluate Liver Disease – James Hamilton, MD
Immunosuppression for the Practicing Physician: What Do You Need to Know? – James Burton, MD
GERD: No Improvement with PPI…What Next? – Ellen Stein, MD
Gastric Cancer: Endoscopic Versus Surgical Resection – Kazuhiro Yoshida, MD, PhD, FACS, FIASGO
Intestinal Metaplasia in the Stomach: Approach and Management – Saowanee Ngamruengphong, MD
Barrett’s Management: Screening and Dysplasia…When to Survey, When to Ablate, and When to Refer to a Surgeon – Shelby Sullivan, MD
How to Take Advantage of the Biology of Cancer – Dan Duda, DMD, PhD, FIASGO
GI Bleeding: I Think It’s Coming from the Upper GI Tract – Steven Edmundowicz, MD
Colon Cancer: The Surgical Approach – Liliana Bordeianou, MD, MPH, FACS, FASCRS, FIASGO
Post-operative Prophylaxis Following Ileocolonic Resection – Mark Lazarev, MD
DEBATE: IBD with Multifocal Low Grade Dysplasia in the Colon: Resect or Surveillance? – Mark Lazarev, MD and Jon Vogel, MD
The Impact of Medical Therapy on Surgical Decisions in IBD – Jon Vogel, MD
Clostridium difficile: Update in 2018 – Alyssa Parian, MD
How to Diagnose and Manage Liver Disease During Pregnancy – James Hamilton, MD
My Patient is Pregnant and Has Right Sided Abdominal Pain – Jonathan Schoen, MD
My Patient is Pregnant with Crohn’s – Alyssa Parian, MD
Motility Issues in Pregnancy – Ellen Stein, MD
I Just Perforated My Patient…Now What? – Saowanee Ngamruengphong, MD
Are Endoscopic Bariatric Procedures Ready for Prime Time? – Shelby Sullivan, MD
Surgical Bariatric Therapy – Jonathan Schoen, MD
Microscopic Colitis: An Overview – Eduardo Gonzalez, MD
GI Bleeding: No, It’s Lower – Eduardo Gonzalez, MD
Advances in Pancreas Surgery – Barish Edil, MD, FACS

Date of Original Release: April 13, 2018
Date Credits Expire: April 13, 2021
Estimated Time to Complete: 12.25 hours

Covered Specialties and Categories:

CME Videos, Gastroenterology, Johns Hopkins Review of Medical and Surgical Gastroenterology 2018, Oakstone, simple, Surgery

Delivery Method

download link of the Johns Hopkins Review of Medical and Surgical Gastroenterology 2018 course/book will be sent for customer, the link will NOT expire and can be used anytime

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General Detail about CME Courses:

CME (continuing medical education) Courses are one the of the options for kownledge improvement and update. also you can use them to get best performance on your board exam.

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1- after buying this product, you will be provided with Download Link to Johns Hopkins Review of Medical and Surgical Gastroenterology 2018, Download Link DONT HAVE Expiry Time , you can use it anytime. Downloading The content is ALLOWED, you can easily save the product on your device.

2- You Wll NOT receive CME Accreditation and Certification. You will only Receive the course as mentioned in course format and you can use it for knowledage update purpose.

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