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Category list : inflammatory bowel disease

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    Ustekinumab may benefit Crohn’s patients when anti-TNF fails Subscription

    23 OCT 2012 11:18

    Moderate-to-severe Crohn’s disease that has been unresponsive to anti-tumour necrosis factor treatment may respond to ustekinumab, according to research in The New England Journal of Medicine (2012;361:1519).

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    Understanding irritable bowel syndrome: bugs, brains and leaky barriers Subscription

    16 MAR 2017 15:39 By Afsaneh Gray
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    Research indicates that there are multiple causes for the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, and that most of them may involve the microbiome.

  • Ulcerative colitis app

    22 MAY 2014 11:37

    Dr Falk Pharma has launched a new app to help patients with ulcerative colitis cope with a complicated medical regimen and chart their disease fluctuations. It is available free from the App store.

  • Ulcerative colitis and nicotine Subscription

    23 JAN 2009

    [img_assist|nid=46942|title=Ulcerative colitis (CNRI/SPL)|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=170|height=136]QuestionI’ve got ulcerative colitis and have heard that nicotine has been used to treat it, but I don’t smoke. In fact, I hate cigarette smoke.What do you suggest?

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    Type 2 diabetes drug may be associated with inflammatory bowel disease Subscription

    23 APR 2018 17:28

    Early results from a trial investigating the link between antidiabetic drugs and autoimmune diseases may have found an association, researchers have revealed

  • Trustworthy training Subscription

    1 JAN 2007

    Jennifer De Val is a band 6 rotational pharmacist at Barts and The London NHS Trust

  • Colon

    Trend towards high-dose, once-daily mesalazine for ulcerative colitis

    21 AUG 2010 8:00

    Clinical trials and hospitals are beginning to use higher doses of mesalazine for ulcerative colitis, according to Anja St. Clair Jones, lead pharmacist, surgery and digestive disease at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.

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    Treatment for ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease launched

    7 JUL 2014 14:19 By Zoe Reese
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    Vedolizumab, a gut-selective integrin antagonist marketed as Entyvio, has been launched in the UK for the treatment of ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.

  • Treating acute diarrhoea in adults Subscription

    20 AUG 2008

    Diarrhoea is one of the most common problems on which pharmacists are consulted: about one in five people in the UK suffer an episode at least once a year. Alan Nathan gives an overview of the symptom and looks at the advice pharmacists can give 

  • TNF-α antagonists not linked with cancer in Danish study Subscription

    8 JUL 2014 7:38

    The use of tumour necrosis factor alpha (TNF-α) antagonists to treat inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is not associated with an increased risk of cancer, analysis of a Danish registry indicates[1].

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