Fecal Microbiota Transplantation and Newly Diagnosed Ulcerative Colitis (UC)
In this FinUC study we are trying to find out the efficacy and safety of the Fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) in newly diagnosed active ulcerative colitis patients. The study group with newly diagnosed active ulcerative colitis receive an FMT via colonoscopy from a tested general donor, frozen and thawed from a fecal bank at week 0 and at week 4 as an enema at the study nurse´s visit. The control group will be given colored water. The main aim of the FinUC study is to determine how the FMT change of the gut microbiota composition in newly diagnosed active ulcerative colitis patients. The other aim is to determine efficacy and...
Fecal Microbiota Transplantation in Postoperative Crohn's Disease
This pilot study aims to detect possible trends or signals suggesting efficacy of FMT on prevention of delay of POR, to determine the safety of FMT in post operative CD, and asses if a full randomised controlled trial is feasible in this setting. With microbiota analysis we aim to assess if changes in gut microbiota are related to disease course of CD after operation.
FMT for Remission of Active Ulcerative Colitis in Adults
The goal of this study is to establish the safety and effectiveness of lyophilized (LYO) fecal microbiota transplant (FMT) for treating ulcerative colitis (UC) in adults. This is multi-site, randomized double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. UC patients with active disease will be recruited at three Canadian centres and the study involves 3 treatment arms: 1. FMT oral capsules + placebo enema 2. placebo oral capsules + placebo enema 3. FMT oral capsules and FMT enema The primary outcome is achievement of remission of UC; the efficacy of LYO-FMT in achieving remission of active ulcerative colitis in adults ...
Hematological Indices and Fecal Calprotectin Predict Histological Remission in Ulcerative Colitis
Investigators aimed at investigating the prediction ability of faecal calprotectin to predict mucosal healing and histological remission in ulcerative colitis patients receiving biological therapy Investigators aimed to evaluate the prediction ability of NLR, PLR and MLR to predict mucosal healing and histological remission in ulcerative colitis patients receiving biological therapy. Investigators evaluate the histological remission in ulcerative colitis patients receiving biological therapy in Assuit university hospital.
High-impact Exercise in Adults With Crohn's Disease
Crohn's disease increases the risk of poor musculoskeletal health, as the inflammatory disease process directly inhibits regulatory pathways involved in bone and muscle formation and maintenance. The negative effects of disease on muscle-bone health are compounded by poor nutritional status, vitamin d deficiency, prolonged exposure to glucocorticoid therapy, and reduced physical activity. Modern, steroid sparing therapies are successful at inducing clinical remission in terms of inflammation, however they have limited effect in remedying observed muscle-bone deficits. Subsequently, patients with Crohn's disease are at increased ...
Hydroxocobalamin Approach to Reduction of Calprotectin With Butyrate for Ulcerative Colitis Research
This is a 4-week pilot, multicenter, randomized, double-blinded placebo controlled trial of hydroxocobalamin and butyrate in ulcerative colitis (UC) that will occur in two phases. The main objectives of this study are to determine the capacity of hydroxocobalamin and butyrate to reduce calprotectin in those with inflammatory disease in UC to determine the safety and preferential dose of hydroxocobalamin with butyrate in UC.
Identification of Fecal Microbiota Biomarkers of Spondyloarthritis in Patients Suffering From Crohn's Disease.
The MICROSPA project aims to compare gut microbiota, serum cytokines, and PBMC of patients suffering from Crohn's disease (CD) associated or not to spondylarthritis (SpA). 3 groups of patients will be analyzed: patients suffering from CD alone, patients suffering from SpA alone, patients suffering from CD and SpA. One group of healthy controls will be analysed as a comparator. Fecal microbiota will be determined by bacteriome, virome and fungome NGS sequencing
Impact of Anti-cytomegalovirus Treatment in the Management of Relapsing Ulcerative Colitis Requiring Vedolizumab Therapy
Ulcerative Colitis (UC) is an inflammatory bowel disease that can require the use of anti-TNF alpha therapy. When anti-TNF alpha failed to obtain a clinical response, the use of a new anti-integrin therapy, vedolizumab, can be proposed. The efficacy of vedolizumab has been assessed in a phase 3 study (GEMINI I), with response rates of 41.1% with vedolizumab vs 25.5% with placebo. CytoMegaloVirus (CMV) reactivation has been associated with resistance to steroid and to several lines of immunosuppressive therapy. Antiviral therapy was proven to decrease the tissue viral load and to restore the response to immunosuppressive therapies...
Induction Optimization With Stelara for Crohn's Disease
This is a 16-week randomized controlled trial comparing a second IV weight-based induction dose at week 8 to standard 90mg subcutaneous dose at week 8, with a primary endpoint of clinical remission at week 16.
Is Diverting Loop Ileostomy Necessary in Completion Proctectomy With Ileal Pouch Anal- Anastomosis: A Multicentre, Randomized Study of the GETAID Chirurgie Group. IDEAL Trial
Defunctioning ileostomy has demonstrated its benefits (rate and seriousness of anastomotic leakage) in cancer for low colorectal and coloanal anastomoses, whereas there are no such good quality evidences in case of ileal pouch-anal anastomosis (IPAA) performed for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). However, most surgical teams do protect systematically IPAA by an ileostomy. Total proctocolectomy with IPAA is the gold standard for surgical management of ulcerative colitis (UC). This demanding procedure is often performed in 2 or 3 stages, namely subtotal colectomy, completion proctectomy with IPAA and defunctioning ileostomy closure....
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