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Endosoft Live At Australian Gastroenterology Week 2011

Crohn’s Disease – Professor Thomas Borody Of Australia Comes To New York To Discuss Significant New Findings

Melbourne, Australia, August 31, 2011 –( PR.com )– EndoSoft, a leader in procedure documentation and workflow management software for the healthcare industry, is pleased to announce their participation in the Australian Gastroenterology Week (AGW), September 11-15th 2011. EndoSoft sales and technical representatives will be on hand during the entire show to discuss EndoSoft software and imaging solutions. EndoSoft clinical software applications emulate the thought and decision process of practicing medical professionals. All applications are fully integrated and allow physicians to access and update pertinent data, document procedures from consent to discharge, write prescriptions, analyze data, and manage images and video as well as run back office process such as scheduling and billing. EndoSoft provides clinical software solutions for GI, Pulmonary, Orthopaedics, Pathology, OB/GYN, Otolaryngology, General Surgery, Pain Management, Cardiology and Urology. EndoSoft offers clinically content rich applications that allow physicians to capture HD images and video while documenting the procedure. All EndoSoft applications are coding compliance with ICD9/10 CPT, SNOMED CT and interface with PACS and HIS systems using the industry standard such as DICOM, HL7, XDS and XML. EndoSoft maintains offices in North America, Europe, Australia and Asia. To learn more about EndoSoft products and services, please visit http://www.endosoft.com. ###

page here http://www.pr.com/press-release/349731

Now after 6 months he’s digestive health is at a state where he can go out for dinner and not worry what he is eating. You can email me at merly at mysuperheroes.com.au Cheers Merly Post a Reply Alert a Moderator fixing Crohn s with SynbioticPosted by Isabel Espoueys on 15 May 2011 at 8:18 pmMy son suffers Crohn s disease and I would like get in contact with John Ellerman, in order to have more information and eventually try his products. Post a Reply Alert a Moderator Fixing Crohn’s with a synbioticPosted by John Ellerman on 22 Sep 2010 at 5:41 amI won’t mention the product because of my pecuniary interest in it but thought you may be interested in what I have to share. I am producing a synbiotic which is a probiotic plus prebiotic fibre ingredients which boost the 30 billion acidophilus and bifidos in each dose more than 50-fold to be equivalent to taking over a trillion cells per dose. I was speaking at a meeting in Sydney some months ago and a naturopath shared that she had been treating (with our product) a 14 year old girl who had Crohn’s and whose colon the doctors wanted to remove. After four days the rectal bleeding and pain stopped and six months later, after using the product every day, she had a colonoscopy and the gastroenterologist afterwards demanded to know “why they were subjecting a 14 year-old girl with a perfect colon to this procedure”. Another naturopath jumped up and said she had had the same experience with one of her patients. I personally have seen quite a few individuals with Crohn’s who have had the same sort of experience as far as pain relief within days and being able to stay out of hospital. It seems to me that the answer is quite simple. You simply deliver the best strains in high levels to the colon and the colon repairs itself while the pathogens are being supressed. We see all sorts of bowel problems promptly reversed with our product, which is the result of about eight years of research in a government-funded Cooperative Research Centre based at the University of NSW, here in Sydney and involving scientists from CSIRO, UNSW and industry. I was on the management committee of that CRC. Post a Reply Alert a Moderator 15 Year Old Boy With Crohn’s diseasePosted by danielle on 19 Mar 2010 at 11:28 amHey there, my son Michael has Crohn’s. We go to Lucille Packard childrens hospital @ Stanford every 6 to 7 weeks.

here are the findings http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/releases/38664.php

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