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Pediatric ulcerative colitis: current treatment

2012-6-55-aminosalicylates 5-ASAs are the first-line treatment for the induction and maintenance of remission of mild-to-moderate UC 9 They have a wide range of anti-inflammatory and immunomodulatory properties including inhibition of 5-lipoxygenase scavenging of reactive oxygen metabolites and inhibition of interleukin-1 synthesis 7 Free 5-ASA is almost completely absorbed from the stomach and

Pediatric ulcerative colitis: current treatment

2012-6-5A prospective double-blind placebo-controlled 1-year study assessed the efficacy of the probiotic preparation VSL#3 in achieving disease remission in children newly diagnosed with UC 31 Children were randomized to receive either VSL#3 or placebo in addition to corticosteroid induction and 5-ASA maintenance therapy In the VSL#3 group 92 8%

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Methods: All UC patients treated with AZA were identified from a prospective electronic database We assessed response to therapy at 4 months and sustained clinical benefit at the last point of follow-up We also examined predictors of response and sustained clinical benefit as well as outcomes in those treated with AZA for 5 years

Third European Evidence

The target of UC-associated arthritis management is the reduction of inflammation alleviation of pain and prevention of disability So far no single prospective controlled trial in IBD patients is available 305–308 In type I arthritis successful treatment of the underlying UC flare usually resolves symptoms within weeks Patients may

The future of urban America in the global economy

2010-3-1America's economic and global primacy depends on the success of the children now being educated in our city schools They are after all the next generation of citizens workers and voters 31 Concentrated poverty not only reduces the resources available for education through its drain on a jurisdiction's tax base it also increases the

AFRICA Archives

San Francisco US | XINHUA | Children who receive sustained treatment against common parasitic infections grow up to achieve a higher standard of living with long-lasting health and economic benefits extending to communities according to research released by the University of California Berkeley (UC Berkeley) on Monday The study focusing

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2020-8-4Children who receive sustained treatment against common parasitic infections grow up to achieve a higher standard of living with long-lasting health and economic benefits that extend to their communities according to new findings from an international research

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Methods: All UC patients treated with AZA were identified from a prospective electronic database We assessed response to therapy at 4 months and sustained clinical benefit at the last point of follow-up We also examined predictors of response and sustained clinical benefit as well as outcomes in those treated with AZA for 5 years

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PPI treatment as an aid to diagnosis "PPI trial " It is no longer recommended to administer an empirical short-term (1–2-week) course of high-dose PPI treatment in order to determine whether or not the patient's symptoms are acid-related [32] since this is neither sensitive nor specific Nonetheless this is commonly done in practice

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Children who receive sustained treatment against common parasitic infections grow up to achieve a higher standard of living with long-lasting health and economic benefits extending to their communities according to new findings from a research team led by a University of California Berkeley economist

Old Drug Offers New Hope for Children

A drug that once helped obese adults lose weight but was withdrawn from the market due to heart risks may be safe and effective for children with a life-threatening seizure disorder called Dravet syndrome say researchers from UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals and other major treatment centers

Change What? Identifying Quality Improvement

Efforts to improve community-based children's mental health care should be based on valid information about effective practices and current routine practices Emerging research on routine care practices and outcomes has identified discrepancies between evidence-based practices and "usual care " These discrepancies highlight potentially potent quality improvement interventions

Effect of a Probiotic Preparation (VSL#3) on Induction

Objectives: Several probiotic compounds have shown promise in the therapy of ulcerative colitis (UC) However a strong sustained benefit remains to be seen Uncontrolled pilot studies suggest that a probiotic preparation (VSL#3) maintains remission in mild to moderate UC and reduces active inflammation in adult patients

Old Drug Offers New Hope for Children

A drug that once helped obese adults lose weight but was withdrawn from the market due to heart risks may be safe and effective for children with a life-threatening seizure disorder called Dravet syndrome say researchers from UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals and other major treatment centers

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The question then is not simply whether participants who receive the treatment improve but whether they improve more than participants who do not receive the treatment Imagine for example that students in one school are given a pretest on their attitudes toward drugs then are exposed to an anti-drug program and finally are given a

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AFRICA Archives

San Francisco US | XINHUA | Children who receive sustained treatment against common parasitic infections grow up to achieve a higher standard of living with long-lasting health and economic benefits extending to communities according to research released by the University of California Berkeley (UC Berkeley) on Monday The study focusing

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Children who receive sustained treatment against common parasitic infections grow up to achieve a higher standard of living with long-lasting health and economic benefits extending to their communities according to new findings from a research team led by a University of California Berkeley economist

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Methods: All UC patients treated with AZA were identified from a prospective electronic database We assessed response to therapy at 4 months and sustained clinical benefit at the last point of follow-up We also examined predictors of response and sustained clinical benefit as well as outcomes in those treated with AZA for 5 years

Treating children with inflammatory bowel disease:

2017-8-14Their UC trial enrolled 26 children with active UC who were randomized to receive thalidomide or placebo All patients had active disease despite thiopurines and about 35% had received previous IFX treatment The UC children treated with thalidomide achieved higher remission rates at 8 wk (83% vs 19% for placebo) than those in the CD trial

Ulcerative Colitis: Current and Emerging Treatment

Historically medical therapy for ulcerative colitis (UC) was limited to corticosteroids Excitingly over the past just 1–2 decades the options for medical therapy have expanded and include biologics and small molecules with more agents actively being developed In this article we review the current and emerging treatment strategies for UC stratified according to disease severity

Clinical Trial Tests New Kind of Treatment for Stroke

A new multi-center trial clinical trial now under way has the potential to open up a whole new world of treatment for patients recovering from stroke says Gary Abrams MD chief of the rehabilitation service at the San Francisco VA Medical Center and associate professor of clinical neurology at UCSF Abrams is site co-principal investigator at UCSF and SFVAMC

Ulcerative Colitis: Current and Emerging Treatment

Historically medical therapy for ulcerative colitis (UC) was limited to corticosteroids Excitingly over the past just 1–2 decades the options for medical therapy have expanded and include biologics and small molecules with more agents actively being developed In this article we review the current and emerging treatment strategies for UC stratified according to disease severity