UM Inpatient Mastery Module - GI
- Abdominal & Pelvic Pain Evaluation: From Differential Diagnosis to Diagnostic Imaging
- Abdominal Pain: Differential Diagnosis
- GI Disorders: PUD, Gastritis, GERD, IBS, and IBD
- Prescribing for the Relief of Symptoms: Pain, Fever, Cough and Nausea
- Primary Care Management of Patients Post-weight-reduction Surgery
- Probiotic and Prebiotic Use in Clinical Practice: What We Know, What We Are Learning
Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.
- UM- Abdominal & Pelvic Pain Evaluation: From Diagnosis to Diagnostic Imaging 3.5 0
Learn how to conduct a focused abdominal and pelvic exam, consider differential diagnosis, and determine appropriate imaging.
- UM- Abdominal Pain: Differential Diagnosis 1.6 0.8
Abdominal pain is a common presenting complaint. A systematic approach to breaking down symptoms of abdominal pain and arriving at a diagnosis will be explored. Appropriate diagnostic testing will also be discussed.
- UM- GI Disorders: PUD, Gastritis, GERD, IBS, and IB 2.1 2.1
A concise and relevant review and update of the assessment and management of peptic ulcer disease, gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and inflammatory bowel disorders.
- UM- Prescribing for the Relief of Symptoms: Pain, Fever, Cough and Nausea 1.4 1.4
A two-volume set. This program focuses on the relief of pain, fever, cough, and nausea in the outpatient setting. Highlights include factors influencing the choice of the best evidence-based pharmacologic options.
- UM- Primary Care Management of Patients Post-weight-reduction Surgery 1.3 0.6
Chronic management of patients after weight-reduction surgery often falls to the primary care provider. Learn about routine management, potential complications of weight-reduction surgery, and proper diet and exercise patterns to maintain weight loss.
- UM- Probiotic and Prebiotic Use in Clinical Practice: What we know, what we are learning 1.5 1.5
What are probiotics and prebiotics? What is the evidence for the use of these products? How and why should probiotics and prebiotics be used? When should probiotic and prebiotic use be avoided?