From Nationwide Children’s and ImproveCareNow: Managing Life with IBD This 2 minute video, geared to patients and kids, discusses ways of managing stress, 504 plans, and potential help from therapists.
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This is a really good educational video (< 8min) -now on YouTube: Constipation in Children: Understanding and Treating This Common Problem (Thanks to John Pohl’s twitter feed for this resource)
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Diana Lerner and the Medical College of Wisconsin have developed additional GI educational videos. Previously, they had developed cartoon videos explaining endoscopy (prev post: Terrific Educational Videos on Endoscopy). Now there are several more. All of these are in English and some in Spanish.
Topics include inflammatory bowel disease, gastroesophageal reflux, eosinophilic esophagitis, and celiac disease.
Here’s the link: Pediatric Gastroenterology Cartoons For Kids
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The physicians from the Medical College of Wisconsin have created two terrific educational videos (less than 5 minutes) explaining endoscopy/colonoscopy: www.moviegi.com. These videos are directed at kids but would be helpful for most parents.
From Children’s Hospital Colorado – What is celiac disease?: http://youtu.be/l2KKyUo8Ujs (thanks to Eric Benchimol for this link).
This video provides useful information regarding celiac disease, especially helpful for kids and those who need a basic introduction.
A recent case vignette highlights several key points regarding use and timing of ERCP (endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography) for gallstone pancreatitis (NEJM 2014; 370: 150-7). Figure 1 provides a nice illustration of ERCP.
Indications: Suspected bile-duct stones as the cause of pancreatitis AND one of the following:
AGA position paper (2007):
Patient information/animated videos for pancreatic diseases from the National Pancreas Foundation: http://ow.ly/sF9vb
This link was posted on the GI Bulletin Board. It is a 6 minute internet video overview of the treatments for IBD -it would be a useful resource for most families:
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