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Microbiome and Clinical Dysbiosis: Sample from Video #3

Dr Vasquez introduces the CE/CME course "Human Microbiome and Dysbiosis in Clinical Disease" (PDF syllabus)

In this course, which details the molecular basis and clinical management of dysbiosis-induced disease, Dr Vasquez walks participants through the most important considerations and concepts for the successful management of various forms of dysbiosis, differentiated by metabolic impact and inflammatory consequences, as well as clinical phenotypes and prototypes, so that clinicians can truly master the impact of microbial imbalances in clinical care. The accompanying (sold separately at discount price) printed clinical monograph provides an additional 14 hours of video access for additional insight and clinical application. For a conceptual review in print, see DrV's translational review published in 2015.

Course materialssee PDF syllabus for the clinical-therapeutic importance of each individual presentation

  1. Pretest

  2. Printed monograph: See sample image gallery

  3. Video # 1: Overview of Course; Major Microbial Molecules and Metabolites Audio  PDF transcript

  4. Video # 2: Physiologic and Physiologic Mechanisms of Dysbiosis SAMPLE

  5. Video # 3: Prototypic Clinical Patterns SAMPLE

  6. Video # 4: Testing Microbes & Treating Dysbiosis

  7. Video # 5: Start of Dysbiosis by Location—The Mouth

  8. Video # 6: Dysbiosis by Location—The Sinuses and Respiratory Tract

  9. Video # 7: Dysbiosis by Location—GenitoUrinary Tract

  10. Video # 8: Dysbiosis by Location—Blood, Tissue, Parenchymal Dysbioses

  11. Video # 9: Dysbiosis by Location—Skin and Environmental Dysbiosis

  12. Video # 10: Dysbiosis by Location—Gastrointestinal (gut) Dysbiosis Prototypes

  13. Video # 11: Dysbiosis by Location—Gastrointestinal (gut) Dysbiosis Solutions: Part 1 overview SAMPLE, Part 2 treatment, Part 3 treatment, Part 4 treatmentand summary

  14. Video # 12: Gut-Brain Connection

  15. Video # 13: Review, Summary of Major Concepts, Preparation for Certifying Exam

  16. Certifying Examination

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