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Controversies in gastrointestinal disease

Author: Alan Cutler; Michael P Jones; Ronnie Fass; Network for Continuing Medical Education.
Publisher: Secaucus, NJ : Network for Continuing Medical Education, ©2001.
Series: NCME, no. 784.
Edition/Format:   Computer file : CD for computer : English
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Physicians are often called upon to evaluate and manage patients with GI disorders such as non-cardiac chest pain, heartburn, esophagitis, and ulcers related to H. pylori infection. Because these conditions are so widespread, and have such a profound impact on patient functioning and quality of life, they account for a tremendous utilization of healthcare resources each year. In this video, the faculty explores the  Read more...
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Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alan Cutler; Michael P Jones; Ronnie Fass; Network for Continuing Medical Education.
OCLC Number: 48062650
Description: 1 computer optical disc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Series Title: NCME, no. 784.
Responsibility: Alan Cutler, Michael P. Jones, Ronnie Fass.

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Physicians are often called upon to evaluate and manage patients with GI disorders such as non-cardiac chest pain, heartburn, esophagitis, and ulcers related to H. pylori infection. Because these conditions are so widespread, and have such a profound impact on patient functioning and quality of life, they account for a tremendous utilization of healthcare resources each year. In this video, the faculty explores the challenges of accurately diagnosing these conditions and development initial and long-term treatment plans that are comprehensive, yet cost-effective. Case studies and an open-discussion format emphasize practical, realistic approaches that highlight the debates that continue to surround assessment and care.

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