Most Read Articles
15 Jul 2019
Fluticasone, swallowed from a multidose inhaler, and oral viscous budesonide slurry have comparable efficacies as initial treatment for eosinophilic oesophagitis, a recent study has found.
31 May 2019
Co-therapy with proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) in patients receiving low-dose anticoagulation and/or aspirin for stable cardiovascular disease confers no benefit for upper gastrointestinal events but may reduce bleeding due to gastroduodenal lesions, a study has shown.
07 Aug 2019
Proton pump inhibitor therapy, particularly with pantoprazole, does not reduce upper gastrointestinal bleeding events in patients taking low-dose anticoagulation/aspirin treatment, reports a recent study.
18 Jul 2019
Colonoscopy in patients under propofol sedation may be enhanced with the water exchange (WE) method by significantly improving colon cleanliness and overall adenoma detection rate (ADR), suggests a recent study.

GPs in co-management of IBD: The follow-up phase

02 Oct 2017
If implemented correctly, the physician associates (PA) could really aid in taking some of the pressure off doctors.
Last August, the article 'Role of General Practitioners in Early Detection of Inflammatory Bowel Disease' highlighted proper screening and early specialist referral by the general practitioner (GP) as vital components in reducing the burden of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). This year, the focus is on the role of GPs in co-managing a patient with IBD at the follow-up phase.

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Most Read Articles
15 Jul 2019
Fluticasone, swallowed from a multidose inhaler, and oral viscous budesonide slurry have comparable efficacies as initial treatment for eosinophilic oesophagitis, a recent study has found.
31 May 2019
Co-therapy with proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) in patients receiving low-dose anticoagulation and/or aspirin for stable cardiovascular disease confers no benefit for upper gastrointestinal events but may reduce bleeding due to gastroduodenal lesions, a study has shown.
07 Aug 2019
Proton pump inhibitor therapy, particularly with pantoprazole, does not reduce upper gastrointestinal bleeding events in patients taking low-dose anticoagulation/aspirin treatment, reports a recent study.
18 Jul 2019
Colonoscopy in patients under propofol sedation may be enhanced with the water exchange (WE) method by significantly improving colon cleanliness and overall adenoma detection rate (ADR), suggests a recent study.