Video of the Week: Lawrence S. Friedman, MD, FACG, on Surgical Risk in Patients With Advanced Liver Disease Undergoing Elective Surgery

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    Education Universe Video of the Week, November 3: Lawrence S. Friedman, MD, FACGExplore the ACG Education Universe with Weekly Picks by Co-Editors

    The ACG Education Universe is a robust online educational library featuring video presentations from ACG’s national and regional meetings.

    To help guide you through the wealth of content available FREE to ACG members, each week Co-Editors Philip O. Katz, MD, FACG, and David T. Rubin, MD, FACG, select a video to highlight. The focus is on clinically relevant topics that delve into issues you see commonly as well as practice management insights to enhance your success.

    To earn CME for watching this video, below are detailed instructions on how to access credit, but if you prefer just to review the video without earning CME, an open-access link is provided.


    THIS WEEK: Lawrence S. Friedman, MD, FACG,
    Newton-Wellesley Hospital
    Massachusetts General Hospital
    Harvard Medical School
    Tufts University School of Medicine

    Surgical Risk in Patients With Advanced Liver Disease Undergoing Elective Surgery

    Lawrence S. Friedman, MD, FACG

    Lawrence S. Friedman, MD, FACG

    In this presentation from the 2016 ACG Postgraduate Course, Dr. Friedman explains how to stratify the risk for patients with cirrhosis undergoing elective surgical procedures.

    Want to earn CME?

    Follow these easy steps to log in to your account and access the video:

    Dr. Friedman Slide

    -Visit gi.org
    -Log in using your Single Sign-on Account
    -Then click HERE
    -The video “Surgical Risk in Patients With Advanced Liver Disease Undergoing Elective Surgery” will appear at the top of the list.
    -Click “Add to Portfolio” then “CONTINUE
    -Click “View It” then “View Presentation

     

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