Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Point of Care Clinical Guide by Daniel J. Stein, Reza Shaker

By Daniel J. Stein, Reza Shaker

This identify presents a point-of-care reference for busy clinicians who want the simplest facts established solutions to sufferer questions at their fingertips. also, it publications clinicians throughout the complex healing administration of IBD together with drug initiation, drugs negative effects and problems, healing point tracking and exact illness tracking. finally, it addresses targeted events resembling substitute treatments, being pregnant, fertility, and lactation. Inflammatory Bowel affliction: A Point-of-Care Reference advisor can be a useful reference for Gastroenterologists, Gastroenterology Fellows and Mid-Level Providers.

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2006;12(7):543–50. 14. Romberg-Camps MJ, Dagnelie PC, Kester AD, et al. Influence of phenotype at diagnosis and of other potential prognostic factors on the course of inflammatory bowel disease. Am J Gastroenterol. 2009;104(2):371–83. 15. Nuij VJ, Zelinkova Z, Rijk MC, et al. Phenotype of inflammatory bowel disease at diagnosis in the Netherlands: a populationbased inception cohort study (the delta cohort). Inflamm Bowel Dis. 2013;19(10):2215–22. 7. What Happens If I Do Nothing for My Ulcerative… 49 16.

Due to the development of newer medical treatments, the possibility of disease worsening is lesser today than it was a few decades ago. These treatments have also reduced the need for colon removal (colectomy) and possibly decreased the risk of colon cancer. It is important to understand that UC is a lifelong diagnosis and that medical therapy cannot cure ulcerative colitis, but it is very good at controlling the disease. Brief Review of the Literature Ulcerative colitis (UC) is a chronic inflammatory disease characterized by recurrent episodes of acute flares followed by periods of remission.

2007;13(4):481–9. 11. Loftus CG, Loftus Jr EV, Harmsen WS, et al. Update on the incidence and prevalence of Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis in Olmsted County, Minnesota, 1940–2000. Inflamm Bowel Dis. 2007;13(3):254–61. 12. Hoie O, Wolters FL, Riis L, et al. Low colectomy rates in ulcerative colitis in an unselected European cohort followed for 10 years. Gastroenterology. 2007;132(2):507–15. 13. Henriksen M, Jahnsen J, Lygren I, et al. Ulcerative colitis and clinical course: results of a 5-year population-based follow-up study (the IBSEN study).

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