CME Course | Free | Credits: .75

The Spectrum of Alcohol Induced Liver Disease

What is the difference between compensated and decompensated cirrhosis? Why is precise monitoring of kidney functioning so important? How can we prevent infections?

Posted in: Gastroenterology8

CME Course | Free | Credits: .75

Women’s Health/GI Issues

In this session, GI issues in women are discussed, including common duct dilemmas, primary biliary cholangitis, an approach to treating fecal incontinence, and an algorithm for treating chronic constipation.

Posted in: Gastroenterology8

CME Course | Free | Credits: 1.0

Pancreatology: A Primary Care Perspective

This activity will provide a primary care perspective on, and the latest updates in the field of, pancreatology.

Posted in: Gastroenterology8

CME Course | Free | Credits: 1

Up and Down the GI Tract: What’s New

Through case discussions and an informative presentation, he will discuss conditions such as eosinophilic esophagitis, non alcoholic fatty liver disease, celiac disease and C. difficile, as well as provide information related to treatment and therapeutic options.

Posted in: Gastroenterology8

CME Course | Free | Credits: 1

2021 Updates in General Internal Medicine

Highlights from this presentation will include the use of SGLT2i in patients with CKD, DOACs and the treatment of cancer associated thrombosis, timing of surgery after COVID infection, IV iron for acute heart failure, duration of antibiotics after clinical stability in CAP, and the PENFAST tool for determining significant PCN allergy.

Posted in: Gastroenterology8

CME Course | Free | Credits: .75

Geriatric GI: Tread Carefully

A case-based activity exploring important issues related to geriatric gastroenterology including peptic ulcer disease, proton pump inhibitor use, constipation, colonoscopy evaluations and rectal bleeding.

Posted in: Gastroenterology8 Geriatric Syndromes1

CME Course | Free | Credits: 1

Alpha-Gal Allergy as a Cause of Intestinal Symptoms in a Gastroenterology Community Practice

Immunoglobulin E to alpha-gal may be an underrecognized but frequent cause of gastrointestinal tract symptoms in eastern North America in the habitat distribution of the Lone Star tick.

Posted in: Gastroenterology8

CME Course | Free | Credits: .75

Probiotics 2021: Fulfilling the Promise & Understanding and Treating Cl difficile

The latest information on probiotics, Clostridium difficile, and fecal transplants is presented.

Posted in: Gastroenterology8
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