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I'm From Missouri, Show Me: Preparing for an Audit
Presented by CANTEL
When preparing for an audit, current methods of log books, printouts and data management systems still fall short in integrating all the required documentation. This faculty-directed continuing education activity will explore critical touchpoints that may be requested during an accreditation survey and be prepared to answer questions using risk analysis and guidelines.
Meeting Challenges in the Diagnosis and Management of Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency (EPI)
Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency (EPI) is often overlooked in patients with gastrointestinal symptoms. Explore our EPI website and listen to experts discuss clinical challenges in the diagnosis and management of EPI and review case-based narratives addressing EPI in various gastrointestinal conditions
New Strategies to Improve Polypectomy During Colonoscopy
Although nearly all gastroenterologists perform polypectomy, there is recent evidence that we're not doing polypectomy as well as we thought we were. Multiple studies have now shown that larger polyps, particularly those more than 1 cm and particularly sessile serrated polyps are incompletely removed by standard polypectomy techniques. In addition, lateral spreading polyps more than 2 cm require special techniques and skills to completely remove. Fortunately, there are new methods and tools to safely and effectively remove these polyps including endoscopic mucosal resection with pre-injection of the polyp with a submucosal cushion. Find more information within the article by clicking the link below.
Raising the Standard of Care for Flexible Endoscopes: HLD vs LCS
Presented by STERIS
This program, entitled Raising the Standard of Care for Flexible Endoscopes: HLD vs LCS is designed to educate participants to consider the importance of raising the standard of care when reprocessing flexible endoscopes, while comparing High-Level Disinfection to Liquid Chemical Sterilization.
The Objectives of this CE Webinar are to:
- Discuss current updates including for reprocessing duodenoscopes and other complex flexible endoscopes
- Review current methods for reprocessing endoscopes