slovenian society for gastroenterology and hepatology

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slovenian society for gastroenterology and hepatology

The slovenian society for gastroenterology and hepatology (szgh) is a fast growing and highly active non-profit association. Hp infection is a risk factor for ulcer bleeding in patients on nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs and salicylates. Gastoenterologists diagnose the infection with Hp and prescribe therapy.  In 2010, slovenian society for gastroenterology and hepatology provided with the guidelines on the management of Hp infection that  recommend one week therapy with proton pump inhibitor (PPI) bid, clarithromycin 500 mg bid and amoxiclline 1000 mg bid in patients without prior therapy with clarithromycin. The mission of szgh is to promote, to the general public and health care professionals alike, an awareness of the world wide prevalence and optimal care of digestive disorders through the provision of high quality, accessible, and independent education and training. szgh aims to increase global public awareness of digestive disorders; provide independent and high quality educational opportunities to medical, nursing and other healthcare professionals in digestive disorders throughout the world, regardless of location; support healthcare professionals who care for those with digestive disorders throughout the world. szgh programs and activities are dedicated to serving the needs of its members and promoting digestive health worldwide, especially in developing and emerging societies. szgh support and collaborate closely with all organizations interested in digestive disorders, including nursing, other healthcare workers and patient advocacy groups. The objective of szgh is to promote multi-disciplinary approaches to primary prevention, screening, early detection and optimal care of digestive cancers; to develop and disseminate global guidelines on important global issues in the clinical practice of gastroenterology.

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