Pediatric Gastroenterology, An Issue of Gastroenterology Clinics of North America, 1st Edition

Author :
Robert Shulman
Date of Publication: 11/2018
The Guest Editor, Dr. Robert J. Shulman, and Consulting Editor, Dr. Alan Buchman, have created a thorough review of the current clinical updates on treating children with gastrointestinal disorders and diseases. Expert authors have submitted review a ...view more
The Guest Editor, Dr. Robert J. Shulman, and Consulting Editor, Dr. Alan Buchman, have created a thorough review of the current clinical updates on treating children with gastrointestinal disorders and diseases. Expert authors have submitted review articles on the following topics: Update on Diet Management of Functional GI Disorders; Brain-Gut Axis: Clinical Implications; Pancreatitis: Molecular Mechanisms and Management;  Inflammatory Bowel Disease: What Very Early Onset Disease Teaches Us;  GI Development: Implications for Management of the Preterm and Term Infant;  Infectious Diarrhea: New and Emerging Issues;  New Insights into the Pathogenesis and Treatment of Malnutrition; Infantile Colic: New Insights into an Old Problem; Constipation:  Beyond the Old Paradigms; Integration of Biomedical and Psychosocial Treatments in Functional GI Disorders;  GI Neuropathies: New Insights and Emerging Therapies; Food Sensitivities: Fact versus Fiction; IBD in Children: A Focus on Quality Improvement and Pediatric Focused Care;  Molecular Advances in the Understanding of Pediatric Cholestasis; Assessment and Treatment of Nonadherence in Transplant Recipients; and Update on Fatty Liver Disease in Children. Readers will come away with the current updates they need to diagnose and treat pediatric patients and improve outcomes.
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The Guest Editor, Dr. Robert J. Shulman, and Consulting Editor, Dr. Alan Buchman, have created a thorough review of the current clinical updates on treating children with gastrointestinal disorders and diseases. Expert authors have submitted review articles on the following topics: Update on Diet Management of Functional GI Disorders; Brain-Gut Axis: Clinical Implications; Pancreatitis: Molecular Mechanisms and Management;  Inflammatory Bowel Disease: What Very Early Onset Disease Teaches Us;  GI Development: Implications for Management of the Preterm and Term Infant;  Infectious Diarrhea: New and Emerging Issues;  New Insights into the Pathogenesis and Treatment of Malnutrition; Infantile Colic: New Insights into an Old Problem; Constipation:  Beyond the Old Paradigms; Integration of Biomedical and Psychosocial Treatments in Functional GI Disorders;  GI Neuropathies: New Insights and Emerging Therapies; Food Sensitivities: Fact versus Fiction; IBD in Children: A Focus on Quality Improvement and Pediatric Focused Care;  Molecular Advances in the Understanding of Pediatric Cholestasis; Assessment and Treatment of Nonadherence in Transplant Recipients; and Update on Fatty Liver Disease in Children. Readers will come away with the current updates they need to diagnose and treat pediatric patients and improve outcomes.

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By Robert Shulman, MRPharmS, Clin Dip, Doc Healthcare (Pharm), Lead Pharmacist Critical Care, Honorary Senior Lecturer, School of Pharmacy, University of London Pharmacy Department