Putting Probiotics and Food Remedies into Practice (1PC)
The purpose of this course is to review clinical studies that support the use of probiotic supplements and food remedies for the management of antibiotic-associated diarrhea, Clostridium-difficile diarrhea, yeast overgrowth, and diarrhea-dominant irritable bowel syndrome. New Cochrane Data Base studies show probiotics can reduce the frequency and shorten duration of diarrhea, and can restore gut flora.
Using case studies, this course will demonstrate how to choose probiotic strains, how to include diet remedies and probiotic supplements in care plans, and how to measure response to intervention. Participants will review functions of the GI tract and learn how to enhance normal function.
1 Patient Care hour BNHA approved course
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