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Colorectal surgeon Elizabeth Wick, M.D. explains the Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) pathway and how it can help improve patient experience and outcomes after surgery.
Vivek Kumbhari, director of bariatric endoscopy for Johns Hopkins, answers questions about the endoscopic sleeve gastroplasty procedure, including what it involves and how it is different from weight loss surgery.
Vivek Kumbhari, director of bariatric endoscopy for Johns Hopkins, answers questions about the transoral gastric outlet reduction procedure, including how it works and how you can expect to feel after the procedure.
Mouen Khashab, who specializes in therapeutic endoscopy at Johns Hopkins, discusses the new era of cholangioscopy, including when it is used, how it differs from prior devices and the advantages of using it over other therapies.
Vivek Kumbhari describes a method of managing staple line leaks that occur as a result of sleeve gastrectomy.
Gastroenterologist Vivek Kumbhari describes a series of cases that demonstrate the use of the endoscopic suturing system.
This short presentation summarizes a recently written article on the optimal endoscopic approaches to treat patients with complications after bariatric surgery.
This short presentation summarizes a recently written article on the evolving field of endoscopic weight loss therapies.
This video, edited by Mouen Khashab, assistant professor of medicine and director of therapeutic endoscopy, demonstrates endoscopic gastrojejunostomay.
Dr. Linda A. Lee, of Johns Hopkins Integrative Medicine & Digestive Center, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology gives a presentation on, Secrets of Your Colon: The Bottom Line On How To Keep It Healthy.
Dr. Kerry Dunbar, gives a presentation on, Feeling the Burn: Managing Chronic or Severe Heartburn.
Linda A. Lee, MD, of Johns Hopkins Integrative Medicine & Digestive Center, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology gives a presentation on Achieving Optimal Digestive Health.
Dr. Linda A. Lee, of Johns Hopkins Integrative Medicine & Digestive Center, Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, presents, Now You're Cooking! How Diet Can Improve Cancer Symptoms.
Dr. Jonathan Efron, Director, Division of Colorectal Surgery, Johns Hopkins Department of Surgery, answers important questions about rectal cancer.
Animation explaining the pancreatic auto islet transplantation process with complete removal of the pancreas to treat pancreatitis.
This video demonstrates the use of microgrippers, a novel microbiopsy device invented at Johns Hopkins. The microgrippers are tether-free, allowing for simultaneous biopsying of tens or hundreds of locations within the gastrointestinal tract...
This video, edited by Dr. Mouen Khashab, director of therapeutic endoscopy, demonstrates peroral endoscopic myotomy (POEM), an exciting new endoscopic technique that may revolutionize the treatment of achalasia.
Mouen Khashab, assistant professor of medicine and director of therapeutic endoscopy, discusses peroral endoscopic myotomy (POEM)—how it is performed, who is eligible for the procedure, expected outcomes and the key benefits.
Chief of the Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Dr. Tony Kalloo, answers questions about sphincter of Oddi, how it is diagnosed and how it can be treated. Learn more about this condition: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/gi
Anne Marie Lennon, assistant professor of medicine and director of the Multidisciplinary Pancreatic Cyst Program, discusses the prevalence, types and best approaches to managing pancreatic cysts.
Linda Lee and Gerard Mullin discuss the relationship between food and specific GI symptoms.
Mark Lazarev, assistant professor of medicine, presents “Weighing the Options: The Benefits and Risks of Treatment in IBD.”
Christina Ha, assistant professor in the Meyerhoff Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center, gives a presentation called “Inflammatory Bowel Disease: What You Need to Know.”
Mark Lazarev, assistant professor of medicine, discusses how people living with IBD can improve their overall quality of life with diet changes and medication management.
An integrative medicine approach to inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
What is IBD and Why Me?
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