AGA’s guidelines are based on rigorous, systematic reviews of the medical literature. Start your New Year off right by reviewing any guidelines you may have missed:
Clinical practice updates for 2018
AGA Clinical Practice Updates (CPUs) provide the most up-to-date care for your patients and include a combination of strong, evidence-based information, and when not available, best consensus opinion. Review our CPUs to begin 2019 with the best clinical data:
- New screening techniques in Barrett's esophagus: great ideas or great practice?
- Extraesophageal symptoms and diseases attributed to GERD: where is the pendulum swinging now?
- Treatment of dyslipidemia in common liver diseases
- Tumor seeding associated with selected gastrointestinal endoscopic interventions
- Diagnosis and treatment of rumination syndrome
- Endoscopic submucosal dissection in the United States
- Functional gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with inflammatory bowel disease
- Surgical risk assessment and perioperative management in cirrhosis
Patient education resources available
Help your patients understand these and other gastroenterological disorders by sharing the AGA GI Patient Center for education content written by specialists, for patients.