Author: Sedrick Wilderman

Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency | Gastrointestinal Society

Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency | Gastrointestinal Society

When the pancreas is healthy it produces enzymes to help break down food and secretes them into the small intestine. There are different enzymes to digest carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. If you have pancreatic exocrine insufficiency, then your pancreas doesn’t make enough enzymes to break down all the food you

How Aging Affects the GI Tract | Gastrointestinal Society

How Aging Affects the GI Tract | Gastrointestinal Society

Two out of three Canadians have a digestive condition. These usually get worse as we get older, but there are steps you can take to prevent this. Go to batgut.org to learn more about maintaining a healthy gut as you age. Got a bad gut? Go to badgut.org for good

Dr. Eric Liu Removes Neuroendocrine Tumors in Patient’s Liver

Dr. Eric Liu Removes Neuroendocrine Tumors in Patient’s Liver

(upbeat guitar music) – I’m a mom, I’m a grandmother, I’m a wife, I’m a daughter, I’m a sister, and I’m a friend. (somber piano music) I had a cough and it was the end of 2011 and I just didn’t seem like I was getting better and I went

Preventing Infections When Monitoring Blood Glucose

Preventing Infections When Monitoring Blood Glucose

>>Barnett: FDA AND CDC ARE ALERTING HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS ABOUT THE RISKS OF TRANSMITTING HEPATITIS B VIRUS AND OTHER INFECTIOUS DISEASES WHEN MONITORING BLOOD GLUCOSE.>>IN RECENT YEARS, THE FDA AND CDC HAVE SEEN AN INCREASE IN REPORTED HBV OUTBREAKS ASSOCIATED WITH MONITORING BLOOD GLUCOSE. THAT’S ESPECIALLY THE CASE IN LONG-TERM

Human monoclonal antibodies as therapeutics against viral and bacterial infections

>>GOOD AFTERNOON, EVERYONE. WELCOME TO THE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON LECTURE FOR TODAY. AND WELCOME ALSO TO THE PEOPLE WHO ARE WATCHING ON THE WEB. WE HAVE A VERY INTERESTING PRESENTATION ABOUT A TOPIC THAT PRESENTS A CONSIDERABLE PUBLIC HEALTH CHALLENGE AND THAT IS THE GROWING PRESENCE OF ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE AND THAT’S

What to expect after a liver transplant

What to expect after a liver transplant

Patients will ask often ask you know what what can they expect after a transplant? It really depends how the operation went. You you’re going to be expected to be in the hospital at least seven days but sometimes longer if any complications do occur. If complications do occur we’ll,