Educational Videos

Educational Videos

“The Interplay of Blood & Gut: A Lighthearted Debate on Iron Deficiency Anemia”

A lively debate between a hematologist and a gastroenterologist highlights the intricacies of iron deficiency anemia. Through their engaging exchange, the importance of both the blood and the gastrointestinal system is revealed, presenting a mix of essential information with a touch of humor.

“EGD and Colonoscopy Made Easy for Kids”

This cartoon video is designed to simplify and demystify these procedures for children. It introduces animated characters who assist doctors in performing EGD and colonoscopy, making the medical processes friendly and approachable. The video guides children through each step, from preparation to the end, explaining the purpose and importance of these procedures in diagnosing and treating gastrointestinal conditions. It emphasizes a pain-free experience, highlighting the use of special cameras and the teamwork between medical professionals and young patients. This approach aims to reduce anxiety and create a positive perception of these important medical procedures.

“Upper Endoscopy Made Easy for Kids”

In this animated video children are introduced to the process of an upper endoscopy through friendly characters, Skopio and Camerita, who assist doctors during the procedure. The video uses vibrant animations and engaging narratives to describe each step, from prep to finish. It explains the purpose and emphasizes painlessness, fostering trust between the child and medical team. The main goal is to dispel any fears, ensuring kids have a clear understanding and positive outlook on the procedure.

“Milked Out: Unpacking Protein Milk Allergies”

Cow’s-milk protein allergy is a prevalent food allergy in infants and can develop from exposure to cow’s milk in formula or through breast milk if the mother consumes dairy. The condition can cause gastrointestinal, skin, and respiratory symptoms, with diagnosis typically made through a dietary elimination trial. Effective management involves removing cow’s milk protein and, in some cases, soy protein from the infant’s diet, with many children outgrowing the allergy by 12 months.

“Beyond Wheat: A Gluten-Free Journey”

Gluten-free diets are crucial for managing Celiac disease and certain allergies, as gluten can trigger immune responses and affect nutrient absorption. Gluten is primarily found in wheat, rye, and barley, and while many foods are categorized for their gluten content, cross-contamination is common, emphasizing the importance of label reading and caution, especially in restaurants.

“Eat healthily & stay well”

In this informative video, we explore the fascinating world of eating habits, delving into when and how much to eat for optimal health. We have assembled a panel of experienced doctors and nutritionists who will shed light on these crucial aspects of our daily lives.

Lactose Intolerance : causes, symptoms, treatment

Lactose is the main source of sugar in all dairy products including milk, yogurt, cheese, butter, and ice cream Lactose is composed of 2 simple sugars: Glucose and galactose which are connected to each other to form Lactose. Our body cannot absorb lactose directly and must break it back into the simple sugars it was first made of. This happens in the small intestine by using a special protein or enzyme called lactase.

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