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Adolescents Gastroesophogeal Refulx Disease What is GERD? How does GERD Affect Children? Treatment Medication Surgery Lifestyle Changes Antacids: Tums
Acid Reducers: Pepcid
Prevacid: blocks acid and heals esophagus Surgery to reinforce lower esophageal muscle Elevation of head Triggers Onions Diagnosing GERD Esophageal pH Monitoring Risk Factors Obesity Symptoms Extreme Pickiness Gastroesophogeal Refulx: Condition in which stomach contents (liquid and food) flow back into the esophagus Stomach Diagram Choking or Gagging Respiratory Problems Frequent Sore Throats Frequent Cough Hoarseness Poor Sleep Hiccups Endoscopy and Biopsy Barium Contrast Radiography Hiatal Hernia Diabetes Asthma Connective-Tissue Disorder Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome Tomatoes Mint Carbonated Drinks Alcohol Chocolate Foods With Caffeine Spicy Foods Fatty Foods Upper GI H-2 Receptor Blockers: Zantec Proton Pump Inhibitors: Nexium, Dexilant Medicines to strengthen sphincter Surgery creating a barrier preventing the backup of stomach Acid Form scar tissue in esophagus Do not lay down after eating for 2 hrs. Smaller meals throughout day Exercise Avoid Aspirin and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Barretts-Esophagus Esophageal Cancer IPEG guidelines for the surgical treatment of pediatric gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). International Pediatric Endosurgery Group Standards and Safety Committee. J Laparoendosc Adv Surg Tech A. 2008 Dec; 18(6):x-xiii. American College of Gastroenterology: Digestive Disease Specialists Committed to Quality in Patient Care. (2012, Oct
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