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IBS is the most frequent diagnosis in GI practices and among the most common in primary care practices.

75% of patients report being frustrated with their treatment and/or depressed.

Tackle the diagnosis and treatment of Chronic Idiopathic Constipation (CIC), Irritable Bowel Syndrome with Constipation (IBS-C), and Irritable Bowel Syndrome with Diarrhea (IBS-D).

This webcast tackles:

  • Diagnosing CIC, IBS-C, and IBS-D
  • How to initiate discussions about IBS with your patients
  • The importance of addressing patient-reported symptoms
  • The importance of patients’ QoL to determine disease severity
  • Current pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatments
  • Emerging treatments

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How confident are you in your ability to identify symptoms and diagnose CIC, IBS-C, and IBS-D?

How confident are you in describing the Rome IV criteria for IBS and how disease severity affects patient QoL?

How confident are you in applying clinical guidelines for the treatment of CIC, IBS-C and IBS-D (pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic)?

Which is generally not a symptom of chronic idiopathic constipation (CIC)?

Which is generally not a symptom of IBS-D?

On average, how many days per month do symptoms of IBS interfere with patients’ productivity?

When should pharmacologic therapy be considered in patients with IBS?