A gastrointestinal disease is a form of infection that affects the gastrointestinal tract, which is composed of the stomach, the liver, gallbladder, rectum, intestines, and the esophagus, among others.
In the prophylaxis of the disease, prednisolone and pentoxifylline are the most widely used pharmacological agents with empirical evidence indicating that they have disparate results in the management of the severe form of the disease.
Lacy and Rosemore are quite categorical that with the passage of time, the acid eats through the stomach lining and thereby occasioning the exposure of capillaries that are located beneath the walls of the stomach.
The study involved a review of 161 qualitative and quantitative studies to support treatment guidelines for the management of pediatric IBD in the UK.
In Ulcerative Colitis and Crohns disease, the immune system, attacks the gastrointestinal system, which is the digestive tract or tube in the body that extends from the mouth to the anus.
The observation that has led to this study was that when prescription of a diet without gluten is increased for symptoms that are gastrointestinal in people without celiac disease, there is no enough evidence to [...]
The research was primarily conducted to report the causes of crohn's disease and the people who can be infected by the disease.
The proton pump inhibitor is in the class of drugs that permanently block gastric proton pump which is essential for the secretion of the gastric acid by the parietal cells of the stomach.