ESPGHAN recommends regular monitoring to check for reflux in patients with TOF/OA

Published: Tue, 27th November 2018, 09:00:00 AM

In the Spring 2017 edition of our newsletter, Chew, we published a summary of the guidelines that had been issued by ESPGHAN in late 2016, regarding the evaluation and treatment of gastrointestinal and nutritional complications in people born with TOF/OA. 

One of the recommendations is regular monitoring to check for the presence of acid reflux.  It also states that monitoring should take place before any decision to stop anti-acid medications, even when there appears to be no symptoms. 

Do have a read of the document that we published.  If you're a member of TOFS, you will have access to it via the members-only section of our website.  Or, just click this link

Please let us know if it's useful when talking to your health professionals.

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