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Managing gastrointestinal bleeding

Discover approaches for managing GI Bleeding

Experts share their perspectives on common bleeding complications and management approaches.

Understanding Types of GI Bleeds

Dr. Douglas Rex, Director of Endoscopy, Indiana University Hospital and Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Medicine, Indiana University School of Medicine, discusses his use of clips in management and prevention of post-polypectomy bleeding complications.

Challenges of Managing GI Bleeds

Dr. Amit Rastogi, Professor of Medicine in the Department of Gastroenterology at the University of Kansas Health System, examines the challenges associated with managing GI bleeds. 

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