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Conference on “Reflux Disease: From General Practice to Multidisciplinary Management”

The meeting “Reflux Disease: From General Medicine Clinic to Multidisciplinary Management” organized by the professors took place in a webinar style. Ludovico Abinavoli and Giuseppe ChiarellaAs heads of the Calabria departments of the Italian Society of Gastroenterology and Endoscopy (SIGE) and the Italian Society of Audiological and Speech Language (SIAF) respectively.

Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a very common disease in clinical practice, and its management is entrusted to both general practitioners and professionals.. This disease can present with common symptoms such as burning and acid regurgitation, But also with other manifestations such as cough, chest pain, asthma, otitis, laryngitis, pharyngitis, apnea, and more. Reports on this topic were prestigious and of a high medical and scientific standard.

The meeting began with a greeting from Vincenzo Antonio Ciconti, President of the Medical Syndicate of Catanzaro, and Vincenzo de Filippo, President of Federfarma Calabria. On the web platform, prof. Francesco Luza, Angela Chacoa, Leicia Bensabini, Tiziana Larosa, Luca Galilei, Dr. Rosario Colas, Pascuali Viola, Corrado Belaya, Francesca Fuso and Giovanni Rotolo. The event, supported by the Symphosia meeting and conference as a provider of the round table, continued under the leadership of the journalist Rosela Galati, where specialists from various branches addressed the issue of esophageal reflux from different aspects. Professors. Patricia Doldo, Nicola Lombardo, Luca Sterdo, Dr. Maria Emino, Stefano Rodino, Giacinto Nancy and Judita Lombardo. The webinar recorded around 500 participants.

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