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Dive into AGA’s guidelines on Barrett’s esophagus, pouchitis

Register now to join our Gastro Bites discussions on June 11 and June 24.

Delve into AGA’s most recent guidelines with two Gastro Bites sessions this June. View past Gastro Bites sessions on AGA University.

Endoscopic Eradication Therapy of Barrett’s Esophagus and Related Neoplasia

Tuesday, June 11, noon ET

Dive deeper into AGA’s latest clinical practice guideline on Barrett’s esophagus and related neoplasia. The guideline authors will provide evidence-based practice recommendations for use of endoscopic eradication therapy (EET). Expert faculty speakers Sachin Wani, MD, AGAF, Tarej Sawas, MD, MPH, Joel H. Rubenstein, MD, MS, AGAF, and Swathi Eluri, MD, MSCR, will share best practices and provide:

  • A comprehensive outline of the indications for EET in the management of BE and related neoplasia.
  • Guidance regarding the considerations surrounding implementation of EET.

Management of Pouchitis and Inflammatory Pouch Disorders

Monday, June 24, noon ET

Join Edward L. Barnes, MD, MPH, Guarav Syal, MD, MHDS, and Laura Raffals, MD, MS, to discuss AGA’s clinical practice guideline on managing pouchitis and inflammatory pouch disorders, released in the January 2024 issue of Gastroenterology. Don’t miss this chance to ask questions and get first-hand insight on the following:

  • Initial management of patients with pouchitis.
  • Management approach for patients with recurrent pouchitis.
  • Management approach for patients with Crohn’s-like disease of the pouch.
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