A previous meta-analysis showed that use of low-dose aspirin is associated with several adverse effects, among which the most clinically relevant are major extracranial bleeding events, especially gastrointestinal
On April 1, 2016, Eisais gastrointestinal
disease business built up over more than 60 years and AJINOMOTO PHARMACEUTICALS, with amino acids at its core, will be integrated and commence business as EA Pharma, a gastrointestinal
specialty pharma with a full value chain including research and development, production and logistics, sales and marketing.
The Health Professional's Guide to Gastrointestinal
Nutrition is a reference written and edited by professional dietitians and physicians specializing in gastrointestinal
nutrition, for professionals (and possibly graduate-level students) in the field.
Patients of upper gastrointestinal
bleeding fulfilling the inclusion criteria were included in the study.
Based on these findings, physicians should educate families that gastrointestinal
problems do appear to be common in children with autism spectrum disorder, many of whom may not be able to communicate their discomfort, according to Dr.
Continued public concern with respect to the safety of the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine led researchers to examine whether children with gastrointestinal
disturbances and autism are more likely than children with gastrointestinal
disturbances alone to have measles virus RNA or inflammation in bowel tissue.
symptoms such as dyspepsia are the most common side-effects that occur with NSAID use.
The day that the shipping containers packed with my mobile hospital departed for the seaport on flatbed trucks, I a saw small number of patients with acute, severe gastrointestinal
The acquisition of pumosetrag is further execution of Dynogen's plan to rapidly and efficiently build a high value drug development portfolio of drug candidates for genitourinary and gastrointestinal
disorders where there are limited therapeutic options for people suffering from these conditions," commented Lee R.
Past studies have shown that gastrointestinal
symptoms are better indicators of acute exposure to copper than biochemical markers, such as blood copper, serum ceruloplasmin, and the activity of liver enzymes.
Involvement of the upper gastrointestinal
tract by Crohn's disease is usually underdiagnosed.
nutrition has evolved from a previous publication from Monash Medical Centre, 'Dietary management of diseases of the gastrointestinal
tract', the second edition of which was published in 1996.