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Hand in hand for a better quality of life - treating pancreatic exocrine insufficiency together

On Tuesday, 13th December 2022, the focus at GastroLive was once again on the pancreas: "Hand in hand for a better quality of life - treating pancreatic exocrine insufficiency together".

Under the proven moderation of Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Fischbach, the following topics were discussed:

  • Clinical aspects: Prof. Dr. med. Ansgar Michael Chromik, Hamburg-Harburg
  • Ecotrophological aspects: Dr. rer. biol. hum. Cordula Ruch, Ahrensburg
  • Patient aspects

The lectures are available for you under this link (only available in German).

 

The pancreas in focus: Together for a better quality of life

On Wednesday, 23rd June 2021, the focus at GastroLive was once again on the pancreas: "The pancreas in focus - Together for a better quality of life". Under the proven moderation of Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Fischbach, the following topics were discussed:

Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency - Underestimated, Underdiagnosed and Undertreated?
(Prof. Dr. med. Martin Storr, Starnberg)

Whipple-OP & Co - What can be done for a better quality of life for patients?
(Prof. Dr. med. Jonas Rosendahl, Halle)

Maldigestion in diabetics - clinically relevant?
(Prof. Dr. med. Ahmed Madisch, Hannover)

The lectures are available for you under this link (only available in German).

 

All about the pancreas

As part of the renowned GastroLive event series Nordmark sponsored a Partner's Satellite "All about the pancreas" on 1st December 2020.

Under the proven moderation of Prof. Dr. med. Wolfgang Fischbach and Prof. Dr. med. Markus Lerch, Munich, the following topics were discussed:

Irritable bowel syndrome: Differentiation from Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency (EPI).
(Prof. Dr. med. Peter Layer, Hamburg)

Diabetes: Consequence or cause of Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency?
(Prof. Dr. med. Jonas Rosendahl, Halle)

Microbiome: Changes due to Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency?
(Prof. Dr. med. Peter Malfertheiner, Munich)

The lectures are available for you under this link (only available in German).