Fragmentation of care is a common problem across many gastrointestinal conditions. Learn about three focused programs Cleveland Clinic has developed for complex GI cases.
A new study confirms that POP could be a viable option for many patients with delayed gastric emptying who might otherwise undergo laparoscopic pyloroplasty.
Join John Rodriguez, MD, on Friday, Oct. 19 at 7 am (ET) from Cleveland Clinic’s Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute as he performs a live online discussion on best practices for per oral pyloromyotomy (POP).
Per oral endoscopic pyloromyotomy (POP) has become our first-line treatment for medically refractory gastoparesis in well selected patients. John Rodriguez, MD, explains.
WMC testing is a noninvasive, painless approach that can lead physicians towards finding more successful avenues of managing the effects of GI dysmotility in diabetic patients.
For patients with gastroparesis, relief from nausea, vomiting and bloating seemed impossible. A new clinic uses multidisciplinary treatment and endoscopic technology to offer hope and symptom relief.
Discover how your patients with gastroparesis can benefit from Cleveland Clinic’s new gastroparesis clinic, which unites experts in gastroenterology, general surgery and others in one, unique setting.
As the ketogenic diet’s popularity rises, certain considerations need to be taken when recommending it for patients with Type 1 diabetes.
Not all patients with disordered eating behaviors are underweight. Adolescent medicine specialist Ellen Rome, MD, MPH, explains why pediatricians should be just as vigilant with adolescents who are overweight and previously overweight as they are with those who are underweight.
The opioid epidemic has refocused attention on this veteran class of medications for use in chronic pain management and other conditions. We review the evidence behind various off-label uses of TCAs, along with condition-specific dosing and safety considerations.