February 2007
Gut;Feb2007 Supplement 1, Vol. 56, p11
Academic Journal
The article offers recommendations related to the management of gastrointestinal (GI) disorders and cancer. As stated, integrated multidisciplinary teams led by clinicians and specialist nurses are required for the care of patients with these ailments. Endoscopy is recommended for screening along with several care options like self management, shared care with primary care and hospital care for GI patients. Nutritional support is mentioned as an integral part of gastroenterology services.


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