I was researching PubMed today and wanted to post up several studies that have recently been published.
Below is a list of several I hope you read and maybe learn something from:) (I’ve included some extracts in a few of them, but the links will take you the full study to read more.)
For those of you interested in learning how to use the free pubmed resource, there is a posting I made here on that.
- Use of corticosteroids for remission induction therapy in patients with new-onset ulcerative colitis in real-world settings.
- Conclusion: In treatment of UC after diagnosis, many patients continue to use steroids for >6 months after initiation. Reduced use of steroids based on clinical practice guidelines for UC should be promoted.
- Opioid use and misuse in ulcerative colitis.
- Fatigue in Children and adolescents with inflammatory bowel disease.
- AIM of this study: To identify factors other than active disease and anemia that contribute to fatigue in pediatric inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
- Primary sclerosing cholangitis and inflammatory bowel disease comorbidity: an update of the evidence.
- The study above is from the Publication: Annals of Gastroenterology, which is very often publishing studies regarding ulcerative colitis and IBD and respected very much worldwide.
- Fight them or feed them: how the intestinal mucus layer manages the gut microbiota
- Image below is one of the two images from the study above:
This list above is just a very small sample of the large amount of research that is being conducted right now for treating and managing ulcerative colitis.
I would highly encourage you to go and check out the pubmed website to learn more about other studies that might interest you which you can learn from and read about (right now if you wish). There was a link above but here it is again for how to use pubmed…its very easy. https://www.ihaveuc.com/learn-how-to-use-pubmed-for-free-its-amazingly-easy/
Have a great day, and wishing you the best,
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