ON DEMAND Non-Variceal Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding in Children
Gastrointestinal bleeding is one of the most common indications for urgent endoscopy in children though incidence is rare. All pediatric gastroenterologists should be comfortable with the endoscopy equipment and techniques used to stop bleeding and prevent rebleeding in children. Due to relative lack of clinical situations needed to achieve and maintain competency, additional training opportunities are needed to enhance skill acquisition and maintenance.
This ON DEMAND webinar focuses primarily on non-variceal upper GI bleeding in children. Framed by an interactive realistic case presentation, we will review frequently asked questions regarding pre-procedural interventions and standards of endoscopic care. Through our international panel of interventional endoscopy experts, learners will gain knowledge of practical application of tools that may be scarcely available outside of large centers. Through our summary of up-to-date literature and highlights of society guidelines, participants will leave armed with evidence-based knowledge to tackle the next upper GI tract bleed.
Diana Lerner, MD (Moderator)
Paul Tran, MD (Moderator)
Pediatric Gastroenterology, Phoenix Children’s Hospital
Assistant Professor, University of Arizona COM-Phoenix
Bradley Barth, MD
Quin Liu MD
Cedar Sinai Medical Center
Mike Thomson, MD
Sheffield Children’s Hospital
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