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Gastroenterology Mediterranean Cruise
Sunday, September 8, 2019 - Sunday, September 15, 2019

CME Provider:
Continuing Education, Inc. ›
5700 4th Street N
St. Petersburg, Florida (FL) 33703
United States
Phone: (800) 422-0711
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Conference Center:
Aboard Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas
7-Night Mediterranean Cruise Conference
Departs Barcelona,

The purpose of this activity is to give participants an update in the diagnostic and therapeutic developments in the field of Gastroenterology and Hepatology

At the completion of this activity, participants should be able to:

1. Evaluation of Abnormal Liver Tests
Differentiate between tests of liver function and liver injury
Use a diagnostic algorithm in the work-up of abnormal liver tests

2. Hepatitis C management
Understand screening guidelines for HCV
Understand the natural history of disease progression
Use treatment guidelines for chronic hepatitis C patients

3. Screening and Evaluation of Hepatitis B
Understand risk factors associated with HBV infection in clinical practice
Describe HBV serology for diagnosis and management
Recognize at risk populations for vaccination

4. Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis B
Apply practice guidelines for management and treatment of hepatitis B infection

5. Diagnosis and management of Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Understand the natural history of NAFLD
Use basic diagnostic approaches for identify patients at risk with risk for advanced disease
Employ current approaches to management of NAFLDs

6. Management Considerations in End-Stage Liver Disease
Recognize common complications associated with cirrhosis
Understand management options in patients with end-stage liver disease
Use effective screening and surveillance methods to detect complications of cirrhosis

7. Drug-Induced Liver Injury (DILI)
Recognize different types of liver injury
Describe common drugs and herbals implicated in liver injury
Understand management approaches to patients with drug-induced liver injury

8. Screening for Colon and rectal cancer
Improve the outcome and cost effectiveness of screening for Colon Cancer with new guidelines and new screening tests

9. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
To improve cost effectiveness of management of IBS
To Explain current management of IBS, Constipation and Chronic abdominal pain and how they differ. and the place of new medications

10. Inflammatory Bowel Disease
To share on going changes in treatment of Crohn's disease and Ulcerative colitis.

11. Inflammatory Esophageal Diseases
The understanding of new etiologies of Chest pain, heartburn and dysphagia
The place of the relationship of Barrett's Esophagus to Chronic reflux Esophageal cancer in perspective

12. Peptic Ulcer disease
To explain new recommendations in the prevention and treatment of Peptic Ulcer disease and its complications

13. Common Medical Problems in patients with Chronic Gastrointestinal diseases
To enhance the ability of the primary care doctor to provide appropriate preventive care in patients with chronic Gastrointestinal disease

14. Chronic and recurring diarrhea
Illustrate the place of the primary care physicians in the diagnosis and management of chronic diarrhea
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Keyur Patel, MD, FRACP
Martin H. Poleski, MD,CM, FACP, AGAF
CME Credit:
Physicians:  14 Hours
Physician Assistants:  14 Hours
Nurses:  14 Hours

Self Assessment Module (SAM):  No

Specialty Audience:
Family Medicine    Internal Medicine    

RADLIST Course #19281

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