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  • Summarize appropriate tests to confirm the diagnosis of gastroesophageal reflux disease when patients have typical symptoms but do not benefit from standard therapy.

  • Counsel patients on the proper administration of proton pump inhibitors.

  • Discuss appropriate tests and management for Helicobacter pylori infection.

  • Confirm eradication of H pylori infection with testing at the appropriate time after treatment.

  • Summarize appropriate multiplex microbial testing when needed for patients with acute gastroenteritis.

  • Identify patients with gastroenteritis for whom empiric antibiotic therapy is indicated.

  • Discuss current guideline-recommended criteria for acute pancreatitis diagnosis.

  • Summarize proper fluid administration and oral feeding for patients with acute pancreatitis, based on current guidelines.

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