Moderators: Robert Kramer, MD, Children's Hospital Colorado and Elizabeth Utterson, MD, St Louis Children's Hospital

Just the right dose: Exposure to GI fluoroscopy
Karen Queliza, MD, MS Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
  • Recognize biologic effects of radiation
  • Identify equipment used during fluoroscopy and proper radiation safety techniques
  • Discuss clinical indications for fluoroscopy during gastrointestinal endoscopy
  • Highlight use of dedicated radiation safety training during fellowship
Karen Queliza
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Meet me in the middle: Discovery in the small intestine
Steven Erdman, MD, Nationwide Children's Hospital
  • Discuss the endoscopic approach to the small intestine
  • Review mucosal disorders that can be defined by enteroscopy
  • Describe the polyposis syndromes that can involve the small intestine
Steven Erdman
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436  IS CARBON DIOXIDE INSUFFLATION DURING ENDOSCOPY IN CHILDREN AS SAFE AND AS EFFECTIVE AS WE THINK? Chinenye Dike, Riad Rahhal, Warren Bishop. Pediatric Gastroenterology, University of Iowa, Coralville, IA, USA. 
Chinenye Dike
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Not your usual endoscopy
Joel Friedlander, DO, MA-Bioethics, Children's Hospital Colorado
  • Identify available technologies variant from standard EGD and colonoscopy with biopsies
  • Identify indications, use, and methods based on research  of available variant endoscopic technologies (TNE, TGE, Capsule, Endo/Eso Flip)
  • Identify potential adverse events and contraindications of variant endoscopic technologies
  • Identify weaknesses and research needs in new endoscopic technologies
Joel Friedlander
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