Improving digestive capabilities in nutritionally compromised patients with CF

Volume 5, Issue 6.

In this issue Dr. Steven Freedman, Professor of Medicine from Harvard Medical School discusses digestive capabilities in nutritionally compromised patients with CF. Listen in as Dr. Freedman explains the importance of pancreatic enzyme replacement and present patient scenarios and best practices of treatment.

P. aeruginosa eradication and reinfection

Volume 5, Issue 4.

In this issue of eCysticfibrosis Review Dr. Ratjen discusses the challenges of P. aeruginosa eradication. He explains the importance to treat early and available treatment options. He also addresses whether treatment should be repeated in patients who develop recurrence of infection and how to handle patients failing eradication therapy.

INDIVIDUALIZING THERAPY IN PATIENT SUBPOPULATIONS INFECTED WITH HCV WHO ARE COINFECTED WITH HIV, HAVE DECOMPENSATED CIRRHOSIS, OR HAVE UNDERGONE LIVER TRANSPLANTATION

Special Edition 2014, Issue 2, Part 3.

Raymond T. Chung, MD from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston interviews Dr. Susanna Naggie from Duke University Medical Center and Dr. Paul Kwo from Indiana University School of Medicine about HCV-HIV coinfection, decompensated cirrhosis, liver transplantation and discusses strategies to treat this hard-to-treat patient subpopulation with program director, Dr. Mark Sulkowski.

INDIVIDUALIZING THERAPY IN PATIENT SUBPOPULATIONS INFECTED WITH HCV WHO ARE COINFECTED WITH HIV, HAVE DECOMPENSATED CIRRHOSIS, OR HAVE UNDERGONE LIVER TRANSPLANTATION

Special Edition 2014, Issue 2, Part 2.

Raymond T. Chung, MD from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston interviews Dr. Susanna Naggie from Duke University Medical Center and Dr. Paul Kwo from Indiana University School of Medicine about HCV-HIV coinfection, decompensated cirrhosis, liver transplantation and discusses strategies to treat this hard-to-treat patient subpopulation with program director, Dr. Mark Sulkowski.

INDIVIDUALIZING THERAPY IN PATIENT SUBPOPULATIONS INFECTED WITH HCV WHO ARE COINFECTED WITH HIV, HAVE DECOMPENSATED CIRRHOSIS, OR HAVE UNDERGONE LIVER TRANSPLANTATION

Special Edition 2014, Issue 2, Part 1.

Raymond T. Chung, MD from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston interviews Dr. Susanna Naggie from Duke University Medical Center and Dr. Paul Kwo from Indiana University School of Medicine about HCV-HIV coinfection, decompensated cirrhosis, liver transplantation and discusses strategies to treat this hard-to-treat patient subpopulation with program director, Dr. Mark Sulkowski.

INDIVIDUALIZING THERAPY IN PATIENT SUBPOPULATIONS INFECTED WITH HCV WHO HAVE GENOTYPE 3, CIRRHOSIS, ARE INTERFERON-INELIGIBLE/INTOLERANT, OR HAVE FAILED PREVIOUS THERAPY

Special Edition 2014, Issue 1, Part 2.

Mark S. Sulkowski, MD from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore discusses patients who have genotype 3 or cirrhosis, are interferon-ineligible/intolerant, or have failed previous therapy with program director, Dr. Raymond Chung.

INDIVIDUALIZING THERAPY IN PATIENT SUBPOPULATIONS INFECTED WITH HCV WHO HAVE GENOTYPE 3, CIRRHOSIS, ARE INTERFERON-INELIGIBLE/INTOLERANT, OR HAVE FAILED PREVIOUS THERAPY

Special Edition 2014, Issue 1, Part 1.

Mark S. Sulkowski, MD from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in Baltimore interviews Dr. David Nelson from the University of Florida about patients who have genotype 3 or cirrhosis, are interferon-ineligible/intolerant, or have failed previous therapy.