The GI Optimization project created a set of standard endoscopy procedure orders to replace the 80+ different ordering methods used by providers across Cleveland Clinic’s enterprise.
While the specific results were unsurprising, the size of the study should definitively lay to rest the question of whether one option is superior for patients undergoing ERCP.
While diagnosing iSGS can be challenging, treatments for the condition have advanced in recent years.
Guidelines for treating COVID-19 patients with IBD and pancreatic diseases.
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