Titles are available that can help you lower your risk when facing basic and complicated GI bleeding cases. Learn more about cyanoacrylate glue injection, anorectal bleeding, and endoscopic management of variceal hemorrhage in cirrhosis. To purchase on-demand titles, visit learn.asge.org

GI Bleeding Videos

 
Endoscopic Interpretation of Lower GI Bleeding-CME EXPIRED
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Endoscopic Interpretation and Therapy of Severe Lower GI Bleeding

Roy M. Soetikno, MD, Tonya Kaltenbach, MD, Peter B. Kelsey, MD, Kenneth R. McQuaid MD, FASGE

Lower gastrointestinal bleeding is common, accounting for approximately 30% of all major GI bleeding. Studies have shown that urgent colonoscopy can be safe and therapeutic. The GI Bleeding DVD video sheds light on the art and science of the endoscopic management of patients with acute severe lower GI bleeding.

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DV032 [2007 - TRT 33:13]


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Techniques of Hemostasis for Nonvariceal UGI Bleeding
Techniques of Hemostasis for Non-variceal Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding

Louis M. Wong Kee Song, MD, Elizabeth Rajan, MD, Christopher J. Gostout, MD, FASGE

Currently available hemostatic devices and appropriate techniques for their utilization in the management of non-variceal UGI bleeding using various treatment paradigms are featured in this GI Bleeding DVD video.

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DV036 [2008 - TRT 39:00] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


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Endoscopic Management of Variceal Hemorrhage in Cirrhosis
(2009 ASGE AV Award Winner)

Soung Won Jeong, MD, Joo Young Cho, MD, Jae Young Jang, MD, Won Young Cho, MD, Gene Hyun Bok, MD, Hong Su Kim, MD, Jin Oh Kim, MD, and Joon Seong Lee, MD

Gastroesophageal varices (GEV) are present in approximately 50% of patients with cirrhosis. GEV hemorrhage is the most common lethal complication of cirrhosis, occurring in ~20% if untreated. The GI Bleeding DVD video focuses on the endoscopic management of esophageal varices, and includes sections on endoscopic screening, prophylaxis and the acute management of patients with variceal hemorrhage.

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DV041 [2009 - TRT 26:00] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


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Small Bowel Imaging
Klaus E. Monkemuller, MD, PhD, FASGE, Marzena Zabielski, RN, BSN, Lucia C. Fry, MD, FASGE, and Helmut Neumann, MD, PhD

This Small Bowel DVD video can help you understand the techniques, performance and limitations of current methods of small bowel imaging. Plus, master the spectrum of small bowel pathologies and the specific algorithmic approach to the various conditions, such as obscured GI bleeding, inflammatory small bowel diseases, malabsorption, small bowel tumors and polyps.

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DV052 [2012 - TRT 40:00] 0.75 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


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Anorectal Bleeding (2013 AV Award Honorable Mention)
(2013 AV Award Honorable Mention)

Shou-Jiang Tang, MD; Sumanth R. Daram, MD, FACP; Ruonan Wu, MSE; Christopher Lahr, MD

Lower gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding is traditionally defined as bleeding originating from a lesion anatomically located distal to the ligament of Treitz. Clinically, it encompasses hematochezia from a small bowel or colon etiology, as well as anal “outlet” bleeding from an anorectal source. Content in this GI Bleeding DVD video focuses on the etiology, evaluation and management of anorectal bleeding.

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DV058 [2013 - TRT 1:12:00] 1.25 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


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Endoscopic Gluing Technique - Cyanoacrylate Super Glue
Endoscopic Gluing Technique Using the Cyanoacrylate Super Glue

(2013 AV Award Winner)

Roy M. Soetikno, MD, FASGE and Tonya R. Kaltenbach MD, FASGE

The authors of this GI Bleeding DVD video describe and discuss the readily available cyanoacrylate, the details of the glue and endoscope preparation, the pearls of successful injection and the methods to avoid complications. The glue injection is shown primarily for treatment of bleeding gastric varices, and demonstrated in the setting of complex esophageal varices and fistulas.

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DV060 [2013 - TRT 24:00] 0.50 AMA PRA Category 1 CreditsTM


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