Advances in the Diagnosis and Treatment of IBS-D: An Update for the Primary Care Setting

Learn to diagnose IBS-D based on Rome criteria and to develop evidence-based treatment regimens tailored for each patient with these downloadable slides from the live symposium!
Brooks D. Cash, MD
A. Danielle Peace, PA-C

Downloadable Slideset

Learn about the multifactorial pathophysiology of IBS, establishing the diagnosis of IBS-D with Rome IV criteria, and selecting evidence-based pharmacologic interventions for patients with IBS-D in this downloadable slideset from Brooks D. Cash, MD, and A. Danielle Peace, PA-C.

Brooks D. Cash, MD A. Danielle Peace, PA-C Released: May 30, 2018
Jointly provided by The American Gastroenterological Association and Clinical Care Options, LLC

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Supported by educational grants from
Prometheus Laboratories, Inc.
Salix Pharmaceuticals

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