ENDOSCOPY: OPENING NEW EYES, SERIES #5An Endoclip In Time Saves Nine
In recent years the use of endoclips in endoscopy has increased. This is due to their proven efficacy and safety profile in hemostatic applications along with multiple emerging non-hemostatic indications. The purpose of this paper is to discuss endoclip features, indications, and complications.
NUTRITION ISSUES IN GASTROENTEROLOGY, SERIES #93Blind Bedside Placement of Feeding Tubes: Treatment or Threat?
The goal of this article is to review the incidence of bronchopulmonary complications of small bore feeding tube placement and discuss protocols and devices to decrease these complications.
A CASE REPORTAcute Cholangitis Secondary to Biliary Ascariasis
We present a case of cholangitis secondary to ascaris lumbricoides managed successfully with early endoscopic intervention.
Harrisons Gastroenterology and Hepatology.
Harrisons Principles of Internal Medicine has been in publication, now in its 17th edition, has served as a major source of information covering a broad spectrum of internal medicine for many practitioners and trainees.
Impedance Monitoring in Children: Do Symptoms Correlate?
It is increasingly recognized that multiple intraluminal esophageal impedance recording with pH monitoring (MII-pH) has improved utility in correlating gastroesophageal reflux (GER) events (both acid and nonacid) with symptoms in adults. However, little data is available in children. The authors of this study prospectively evaluated the effectiveness of MII-pH monitoring with GERsymptoms.
Remote-Controlled Capsule Endoscope Safely Examines The Stomach
Feasibility study shows that a magnetic maneuverable capsule is safe and well-tolerated in the stomach of healthy volunteers.
Nestlé Introduces PEPTAMEN® BARIATRIC Formula for the Critically-Ill Obese Patient
Experts determine that current formulas do not adequately meet the unique nutritional needs of these patients Nestlé HealthCare Nutrition
Results of the Placement of Multiple Endoscopic Stents for Postoperative Biliary Strictures Remain Excellent After Long-Term Follow-Up
New Study Shows Stricture Recurrence Rate Is Low And Those That Recur Can Be Successfully Retreated Endoscopically