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Elderly Patients with IBD: Management Strategies and Care

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    There’s been an increase in the elderly irritable bowel disease (IBD) population, and it’s estimated that a third of our overall IBD population will soon be over the age of 60.  When managing and diagnosing these patients, there’s different factors to consider, like polypharmacy, biological versus chronological age, how fit these patients are versus how frail they are, and more. To take a deep dive into how IBD is affecting elderly patients, join Dr. Peter Buch as he speaks with Dr. David Hudesman, Professor of Medicine and Co-director of NYU Langone’s Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center. 

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    There’s been an increase in the elderly irritable bowel disease (IBD) population, and it’s estimated that a third of our overall IBD population will soon be over the age of 60.  When managing and diagnosing these patients, there’s different factors to consider, like polypharmacy, biological versus chronological age, how fit these patients are versus how frail they are, and more. To take a deep dive into how IBD is affecting elderly patients, join Dr. Peter Buch as he speaks with Dr. David Hudesman, Professor of Medicine and Co-director of NYU Langone’s Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center. 

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Schedule22 May 2024