Pepsin, a key digestive enzyme, is created in the stomach but is known to be a key contributor to oesophageal and laryngopharyngeal inflammation when reflux occurs. This can be a contributor to globus, cough, voice and swallowing symptoms. In this webinar, we discuss the pathophysiology of pepsin-mediated damage, its investigation and management principles for both oesophageal and extra-oesophageal reflux.
This 90 minute webinar includes both theory and discussion presented by ENT fellowship trained Laryngologists and speech pathology. It is appropriate for GPs, specialists and speech pathologists and can be attended live or purchased for later viewing with a secure link (valid for one month).