A New Protocol for Endoscopic Pancreatic Function Tests in Children
After realizing that testing methods varied widely, pediatric gastroenterologists are suggesting a uniform approach to ensure an accurate assessment of pancreatic function.
Study also finds fecal continence rates for children born with ARMs are lower than previously reported.
20 years ago, treatment options were limited for children with functional gastrointestinal (GI) and motility disorders. Now, a growing list of drugs, behavioral and dietary care plans, and an advanced, forward-looking technique – neuromodulation – are transforming pediatric GI care.
Treatment shown to cut time away from school and work, and has proven safe.
Chronic Pancreatitis: Pediatric and Adult Cohorts Show Similarities in Disease Progress Despite Different Risk Factors
A large, international study highlights room for improvement in care and transition of patients ages 17 to 24 years old.
Development of Innovative Scoring Systems for Sickness and Tissue Damage From Clostridium difficile Colitis
Researchers from Nationwide Children’s Hospital use a collaborative approach to combat a serious health care threat.
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