Many of our patients use Farrell bags to help with their enteral feedings; though, this decompression system is often used incorrectly. The following is a link to the company’s instructions on how to use this product correctly. Halyard Health: Farrell System
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From NASPGHAN -Celiac resource: NASPGHAN Clinical Guide For Celiac Disease
I reviewed this website. Overall, this is a useful resource. There are multiple links that address some of the nuances with celiac disease. Interestingly, the website is not entirely consistent in its recommendations. For example, under the link “my parent/child has celiac” recommendations for screening family member are for TTG IgA and IgA (if asymptomatic) whereas under the health professional area, after diagnosis, the website recommends much more extensive testing of family members: HLA DQ2/DQ8 genetics, TTG IgA, IgA, and anti-DGP IgG testing