(1/8) Chronic Pancreatitis Management in 2012: Signs and symptoms of pancreatitis Chronic Pancreatitis Management in 2012: Recent Discoveries for Optimal Diagnosis and Treatment is a CME-certified online video activity featuring a series of conversations in which Drs. David C. Whitcomb from the University of Pittsburgh, and Christopher E. Forsmark, from the University of Florida discuss recent advances in the diagnosis and clinical management of pancreatitis and its sequelae. All video segments of this activity are now available: 1. Signs and symptoms of pancreatitis 2. Etiology of pancreatitis 3. Diagnosis and staging of pancreatitis 4. Risk factors and risk reduction 5. Pancreatitis complications and intractable pain management 6. Management of exocrine insufficiency 7. Diabetes mellitus 8. Pancreatic cancer risk To view the full activity and receive CME credit, please visit
Living With Pancreatitis Unwinding with a bottle or two of an alcohol drink after a busy schedule is fast becoming a way of life for many. And when it becomes one too many over a long period, then it is likely to cause inflammation of the pancreas, or pancreatitis. Though a rare condition, pancreatitis is mainly caused by heavy alcohol consumption and gallstones. Citizen TVs Tom Mboya explores this condition which can however also be caused by a range of other factors.
Pancreatitis and Pancreatic Cancer - Influence on Outcome A study at Mayo Clinic assessed, from a large prospective tumor registry, if a history of pancreatitis is associated with survival of patients with pancreatic cancer. 2% of patients with acute pancreatitis and 5% of patients with chronic pancreatitis develop pancreatic cancer, Researchers evaluated over 2500 patients and found that patients with a history of pancreatitis are diagnosed at a younger age, earlier stage, have lower levels of CA 19-9, have higher rate of surgery with a curative intent and overall better survival.
Pancreatitis Dr. Lisa Bernstein explains Pancreatitis. Free Conference Call Wednesday April 27 at 9:00 pm EST (712) 432-0075 Access Code: 324522# Pancreatitis with Gastroenterologists, Dr Lee Laney & Dr James Brown. Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas It usually presents with abdominal pain and can cause nausea and vomiting.
A Diagnostic Strategy to Distinguish Autoimmune Pancreatitis From Pancreatic Cancer Dr. Suresh T. Chari discusses his m***cript "A Diagnostic Strategy to Distinguish Autoimmune Pancreatitis From Pancreatic Cancer." To view the print version of this abstract go to: tiny.cc
difficult cholecystectomy after pancreatitis The following video shows a laparoscopic cholecystectomy after pancreatitis. The patient was a 39yrs old man, adimitted in the hospital for 6 days after acute abdominal pain in the right hypochondrium
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What is Pancreatitis? Dr. Steve Freedman, Director of the Pancreas Center, explains pancreatitis.
Pancreatitis Biology Project
Acute Pancreatitis in HD ▶▶▶ Watch More Videos at ◀◀◀ Pancreatitis is inflammation of the pancreas due to gall stones, ethanol, trauma or drugs, which are the most common etiologies for this condition. Managment inclused IV fluids, fentanyl, bowel rest, NPO.
Healthy Food Choices for Pancreatitis Pancreatitis can be caused by medications, gall stones, surgeries or heavy alcohol use. Learn more about diets for pancreatitis in this nutrition video.
INFRAMESOCOLIC LAPAROSCOPIC NECROSECTOMY FOR INFECTED NECROTIZING ALCOHOLIC PANCREATITIS SAGES 2011 Bonus VIdeo: Primary Author - Abdallah B Saleh, MD
A Triumph Over Pancreatitis - Charlene's Story - The Nebraska Medical Center Charlene Stehlik suffered for more than 20 years with abdominal pain. Other doctors tried, but couldn't figure out what was wrong. After coming to The Nebraska Medical Center, she was diagnosed with chronic pancreatitis, and her road to recovery started. A pancreatectomy and auto islet transplant now has Charlene living pain-free. For more information on the Comprehensive Pancreatobiliary Disorders and Auto Islet Transplantation Clinic at The Nebraska Medical Center, call 1-402-559-5000 or visit
(5/8) Chronic Pancreatitis Management in 2012: Pancreatitis complications and intractable pain mgt Chronic Pancreatitis Management in 2012: Recent Discoveries for Optimal Diagnosis and Treatment is a CME-certified online video activity featuring a series of conversations in which Drs. David C. Whitcomb from the University of Pittsburgh, and Christopher E. Forsmark, from the University of Florida discuss recent advances in the diagnosis and clinical management of pancreatitis and its sequelae. All video segments of this activity are now available: 1. Signs and symptoms of pancreatitis 2. Etiology of pancreatitis 3. Diagnosis and staging of pancreatitis 4. Risk factors and risk reduction 5. Pancreatitis complications and intractable pain management 6. Management of exocrine insufficiency 7. Diabetes mellitus 8. Pancreatic cancer risk To view the full activity and receive CME credit, please visit
CHRONIC PANCREATITIS ENDOSCOPIC ULTRASOUND CHRISTOS KARALIS MD.wmv Endoscopic ultrasound can be a very useful tool in the diagnosis and management of pancreatic disease. In the following video the examination of a patient with a suspicious lesion in the body of the pancreas on a C/T scan of the abdomen revealed changes of chronic pancreatitis and a gallbladder full with sludge and stones. (Gallstone related chronic pancreatitis)
Byetta Associated with Necrotizing Pancreatitis In October 2007, FDA warned healthcare professionals about reports of acute pancreatitis in patients taking the antidiabetic drug Byetta (exenatide). Since then, FDA has received reports of six cases of hemorrhagic or necrotizing pancreatitis in patients taking Byetta. Two were fatal. Byetta and other suspect drugs should be promptly discontinued if pancreatitis is suspected. There are no known patient characteristics that can determine whether a case of pancreatitis associated with Byetta will develop into the hemorrhagic or necrotizing forms. If pancreatitis is confirmed, it should be treated without delay and the patient should be carefully monitored until recovery. Byetta should not be restarted. Physicians should consider antidiabetic therapies other than Byetta in patients who have a history of pancreatitis.
CT Abdomen and pelvis with pancreatitis Practical Review Epigastric pain. Diagnosis of pancreatitis by CT scan. This is a great case.
Autoimmune Pancreatitis-Mayo Clinic This is a story about beating the odds. The woman you're about to meet was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and told she had months to live. But before she had major surgery and chemotherapy to try to keep the devastating disease at bay, she got a second opinion. A new diagnosis with the promise of life.
Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction, Chronic Pancreatitis and TP/AIT Living with sphincter of oddi dysfunction and chronic pancreatitis. Preparing to have an total pancreatectomy with auto islet transplant. Visit to learn more.
Acute Pancreatitis Discussion of the diagnosis and treatment of pancreatitis
Healed of Pancreatitis @ The Father's House Church of Stockton Healed of Pancreatitis, lady is healed in the name of Jesus as Pastor Farris of The Father's House Church of Stockton prayed with her
New Pancreatitis Treatment-Mayo Clinic Your pancreas is an organ that does two things: it secretes enzymes that help you digest food, and it creates insulin to regulate blood sugar. But sometimes gall stones, medications or alcohol can cause pancreatitis.
Thoracoscopic Splanchnicectomy for Intractable Pain from Chronic Pancreatitis Authors: M Gagner; K Shibuya; A Garica-Ruiz; MJ Arca; TW Rice
Pancreatitis - Acute Dr. Carlo Oller, emergency physician, talks about acute pancreatitis.
Miracle Cat ( Pancreatitis cat ) Cat almost died from Pancreatitis. Took cat to animal emergancy. Cat got diagnosis. Cat is on diet. Cat has lost weight. Pancreitus means the pancreas doesnt produce enough . wow kind of wierd at the begining sounds on the computer which cat picks up, in real life which i dont hear until i see the video. interesting. enzymes to digest fat. She is on a low fat diet. Mosty she only gets canned food cause its low in fat. Usually fish Sometimes chicken. This video is meant to be for educational puposes
Pancreatectomy w. Autotransplantation Chronic Pancreatitis AHPBA 2009 DVD 7 by medicaldtv com: Symposium-Current Management Strategies of Complicated Pancreatitis. Featured video preview: Pancreatectomy Islet Autotransplantation for Chronic Pancreatitis: What is the Role? by John Christein, MD; Section of Gastrointestinal Surgery, University of Alabama at Birmingham. Full version DVD 7 has 1:25:54 run time ... see details at medicaldtv com, look for AHPBA 2009.
What is Pancreatitis? Vikesh Singh, MD, Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist, explains chronic and acute pancreatitis and its symptoms. ____________________________________________________________ Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center Auto Islet Transplants at Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins Gastroenterology hopkins-
VARD in infected necrotizing pancreatitis - Dutch Pancreatitis Study Group Surgical technique used in the PANTER trial (New Engl J Med 2010) of the Dutch Pancreatitis Study Group. Marc Besselink, Hjalmar van Santvoort, Bert van Ramshorst. Utrecht/Nieuwegein, the Netherlands. In the Step-Up approach the VARD procedure is used only after catheter drainag has failed. If the patients improves with catheter drainage only (percutaneous retroperitoneal, transabdominal or endoscopic transluminal) no necrosectomy is performed. Case description: This is the CT of a 43 year old male patiënt with infected necrotizing pancreatitis that will undergo a VARD procedure; Video-Assisted Retroperitoneal Debridment. Two weeks before this procedure two large bore percutaneous drains were placed in the peripancreatic collection. The patient i...s placed in supine position with the left side 30 degrees elevated. A 5-7 cm subcostal incision is made in the left flank. With help of CT images and by following the percutaneous drain, the subcutaneous tissue and the fascia are dissected and we enter the retroperitoneal peripancreatic collection. First, with a regular suction device any pus encountered is removed. Two long sympathectomy hooks are inserted in order to keep in the incision open. We than insert the zero degree laparoscope. The first necrosis encountered is removed under direct sight with the use of long grasping forceps. Following the percutaneous drain deeper into the cavity, parts of loosely adherent necrotic material are removed. Gently pulling we remove the ...
What You Should Know About Dog Pancreatitis! www.easy-dog-obedience- Today we will be talking about dog pancreatitis which is a dog disease that can really catch you and your dog off guard.
Islet Cell Transplant For Chronic Pancreatitis An islet cell transplant can help patients who are suffering from the pain of chronic pancreatitis. The Medical University of South Carolina is one of the largest centers in the country performing this procedure. Dr. Katherine Morgan, director of the program, discusses how the transplant works from beginning to end and what patient's can expect afterwards. Hear from patient Sarah Gibbins, who had the islet cell transplant back in September.
Pancreatitis Our Journey told in Pictures WARNING...some pictures are graphic. John, a 44 yr old male, one week before his 45th birthday fell instantly with pains in his stomach. Our journey is not over yet! Feel free to leave comments or ask questions, did this for the awareness of this organ, to give hope and faith to others that are going through similiar situations with their pancreas.
What are the Treatment Options for Pancreatitis? Vikesh Singh, MD, Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist, explains medical management and surgical treatment options for pancreatitis patients. ____________________________________________________________ Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center Auto Islet Transplants at Johns Hopkins Johns Hopkins Gastroenterology hopkins-
Alcoholic Pancreatitis Ask Dr. Mona: Do I have Pancreatitis? Well Im pretty sure I have hurt my pancreatitis from drinking; Ill make that clear from the start. I should start by saying Im only 24 with no family history of pancreatitis. I had a heavy weekend of drinking last weekend because of some friends parties which led me to drink 2 days in a row and I consumed quite a bit. On the 3rd day I was pretty hungover and lay around all day. That evening I walked to the shop across the road but could hardly [more]make it because of a stabbing pain around were my pancreas is located. I came back home and the stabbing pain persisted all night and i got quite worried and read up on the internet about pancreatitis from binge drinking. Anyways, the next morning it was pretty much gone. I've read all sorts of things on the internet like 'that means you can never drink again!'. I'd like advice from someone who has experienced it - does this mean theres a possibility I can't even sit down and have one or two beers?! That sounds pretty extreme to me - obviously Im not planning on drinking that much again or binge drink, but I'd like to think Im still ok to have a beer every now and then! Check out this video for Dr. Mona's answer! Check out Dr. Mona's Channel and post you own questions here
Pet Pancreatitis and How to Avoid it An integrative wellness veterinarian, Dr. Karen Becker explains why this serious health problem is on the rise, and how to address it using natural methods.
Chronic Pancreatitis with Stones and Stricture case study, D Adler MD Dr. Douglas Adler uses cholangioscopy to visualize stones and stricture in the pancreatic duct. Treatments included brush cytology, balloon extraction of stones, placement of pancreatic stent for drainage. For more information on the Directions for Use for this product please go to:
Pancreas Symptoms, Pancreas Pain, Pancreatitis Your pancreas makes insulin&glucagon that keeps blood sugar normalized:it makes enzymes to help break down food making it useful to the body. Pancreas problems are painful and destructive learn more.
Michael - Acute Pancreatitis Improved After One Week - Michael came to us after being in the hospital with acute pancreatitis and a grim prognosis. After one week he was back to work and feeling better. An added benefit was clearing up of psoriasis and eczema that had been present for years.
Sam's Vid blog - My Pancreatitis Sam's Vid blog - My Pancreatitis. I came down with it July 5th & didn't even know it. I was just puking with random pains pretty much anywhere at any given time for no apparent reason. I had dark urine for days before. I then realized it was dark because there was blood. I went to the ER to see if it was a kidney stone. Not only did I pas a stone on my R side, I have clusters of stones on the R & L side (bilateral). One of the stones is 8mm in my L kidney. While in the ER, I realized that I had pancreatitis. The nurse told me that I didn't know just how sick I was because I told her I just wanted some pain medicine and some antibiotics for the UTI that I knew I was going to get. She then laughed and told me that I wasn't going anywhere. She said they already had a bed for me. They wanted to make sure I was medicated with narcotics and they wanted to push fluids via IV. I was shocked! Now it's July 20th and I'm on my third inpatient stay in St. Louis. They are anticipating that my stay will be at least a week. I may be having surgery in a few days. I'm on dilaudid every three hours for pain. Dilaudid is synthetic morphine that is actually 7 times stronger than morphine. I have a central line in my corrodid artery and that's how I'm being nourished. I get all my medicine through the port. Also, lab can draw my blood from there. No more picks. I will tell you, it was hell getting it done. I hyped myself and then when the Dr used the wire to lead the catheter into my chest ...
Pancreatitis (Spanish) This patient education video explains acute and chronic pancreatitis and treatment options for each type. Included are the following sections: anatomy, pancreatitis, acute pancreatitis, diagnosis & treatment-acute, chronic pancreatitis, diagnosis & treatment-chronic.
chronic pancreatitis Dr. Carlo Oller, emergency physician, talks about chronic pancreatitis
Pancreatitis Pancreatitis is an inflammation of the pancreas. The pancreas is a large gland behind the stomach and close to the duodenum. The duodenum is the upper part of the small intestine. The pancreas secretes digestive enzymes into the small intestine through a tube called the pancreatic duct. These enzymes help digest fats, proteins, and carbohydrates in food. The pancreas also releases the hormones insulin and glucagon into the bloodstream. These hormones help the body use the glucose it takes from food for energy.
This is Me (Jac) - Chronic Pancreatitis thank you for having this contest and i hope it helps atleast one person out there. if it helps you please message me. :D