Virtual pediatric lecture series: Bladder function and dysfunction

CHOC’s virtual pediatric lecture series continues with “Bladder function and dysfunction: Woes for primary care clinicians.”

This online discussion will be held Friday, Nov. 13 from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. and is designed for general practitioners, family practitioners and other healthcare providers.

 Dr. Antoine “Tony” E. Khoury, medical director of urology at CHOC, will discuss several topics, including:

  • The basics of normal bladder function.
  • Understanding the relationship between bladder and bowel dysfunction.
  • Diagnosing the different causes of urinary incontinence.
  • Managing the different therapeutic modalities to correct bladder and bowel dysfunction.

This virtual lecture is part of a series provided by CHOC that aims to bring the latest, most relevant news to community providers. You can register here.

CHOC is accredited by the California Medical Association (CMA) to provide continuing medical education for physicians and has designated this live activity for a maximum of one AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™. Continuing Medical Education is also acceptable for meeting RN continuing education requirements, as long as the course is Category 1, and has been taken within the appropriate time frames.

Please contact CHOC Business Development at 714-509-4291 or BDINFO@choc.org with any questions.

Dr. Antoine Khoury Featured on KNBC-TV Highlighting New Pain Management Technique

CHOC researcher and chief of pediatric urology, Dr. Antoine “Tony” Khoury was recently featured in one of Dr. Bruce Hensel’s health segments on KNBC-TV. Following findings published by him and colleagues in the December 2013 online issue of the Journal of Pediatric Urology, Dr. Khoury has garnered attention for his research into and use of the ON-Q pain relief system to improve pain control in children undergoing urological procedures. While the ON-Q system is well established as an effective pain management technique for adults, Dr. Khoury’s study is the first to evaluate its effectiveness in children.

To learn more, including hearing from a grateful family, watch the segment: