GI Common Concerns -- Computer Consult

 
 
  • Belching, Bloating, and Flatus: Helping the Patient Who Has Intestinal Gas   It's normal, it's common, and everyone has it. How can you help the patient who has intestinal gas?
  • A Practical Guide to Abnormal Liver Tests   It is possible to be pragmatic and cost-efficient in managing patients with abnormal liver test results, as David A. Johnson, MD, reveals in this installment of GI Common Concerns - Computer Consult.
  • Celiac Disease: Don't Miss This Diagnosis   With a prevalence as high as 1 in 100, chances are you are seeing patients with undiagnosed celiac disease in your practice. Dr. David Johnson explains the latest diagnostic and treatment strategies.
  • A New View of Obscure Gastrointestinal Bleeding   Technologic advances have changed the diagnostic workup for obscure gastrointestinal bleeding, as David A. Johnson, MD, explains in this installment of GI Common Concerns -- Computer Consult.
  • A Tough Problem to Swallow: Dysphagia   In this installment of GI Common Concerns -- Computer Consult, David A. Johnson, MD, explores the common problem of dysphagia, offering practical tips in its diagnosis and management.
  • Practical Tips for the Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Diarrhea   In this installment of GI Common Concerns -- Computer Consult, David A. Johnson, MD, offers advice on diagnosing and treating chronic diarrhea.
  • Common Myths About GERD   In this installment of the series GI Common Concerns -- Computer Consult, David A. Johnson, MD, discusses some of the myths surrounding GERD and determines if they are supported or busted.
  • Complications of Proton-Pump Inhibitors: Cause for Concern?   In this installment of the series GI Common Concerns -- Computer Consult, David A. Johnson, MD, discusses evidence-based information clinicians may use to reassure patients concerned about PPI use.
  • C difficile-Related Diarrhea: Practical Pointers for Diagnosis and Treatment   In this new series, GI Common Concerns -- Computer Consult, David A. Johnson, MD, FACG, FASGE, FACP, provides clinicians with practical advice for diagnosing and treating C difficile-related diarrhea.