GameChangers: Pancreatic Enzymes for Exocrine Dysfunction

GameChangers: Pancreatic Enzymes for Exocrine Dysfunction

Exocrine enzyme dysfunction is far more common than many primary care practitioners realize. Using pancreatic enzymes can help with symptoms and vitamin absorption. Join host, Geoff Wall, as he reviews new guidelines on the appropriate use of pancreatic enzymes.

The GameChanger: Chronic pancreatitis is the most common cause of exocrine dysfunction in adults. All pancreatic enzymes are equally effective; however, the use of pancreatic enzymes to treat chronic pain is controversial.

Upon successful completion of this course, learners should be able to:
1. Discuss common symptoms and diagnoses associated with exocrine dysfunction.
2. Describe challenges associated with the use of pancreatic enzymes.

Geoffrey C. Wall, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS, CG
Professor of Clinical Sciences
Drake University College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Dr. Wall is a member of the Janssen Speaker’s Bureau. All relevant financial relationships have been mitigated.  

Course fee includes course, course materials, and CPE credit submission to CPE Monitor.
Course is non-refundable.
Release Date: December 4, 2023
Planned Expiration Date: December 4, 2024

Copyright 2023, CEimpact. All Rights Reserved. Any reproduction of this course without express permission is strictly forbidden.  

Universal Activity Number (UAN): 0107-0000-23-366-H01-P
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0h 30m

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Disease State/Drug Therapy



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01 Drug Therapy





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