Clinical Pearls in Pediatric Gastroenterology for the Primary Care Physician
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After this activity, participants will be able to:
- Discuss how to manage picky eating in children;
- Identify when to refer children with picky eating habits to specialists;
- Review how to diagnose and treat pediatric patients with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS);
- Recall the guidelines for evaluating babies with jaundice;
- Describe how a hepatologist diagnoses and treats infants with direct/conjugated hyperbilirubinemia;
- Discuss the differential diagnosis and treatment options for a child with elevated direct/conjugated bilirubin levels;
- State common and uncommon causes of failure to thrive in children.
9:05-9:45 - The Jaundiced Baby + Q&A (Ruba Azzam)
9:45-10:30 - Failure to Thrive + Q&A (Marc Elias)
10:30-11:15- Medications and Therapies- Moans and Groans + Q&A (Hilary Jericho)
11:15-12:00 - The Picky Eater + Q&A (Tiffany Patton)
12:00-12:30 - Panel Discussion (All)
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UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO COURSE DIRECTOR
Professor of Pediatrics
Chief, Section of Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition
Medical Director, Celiac Disease Center
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