Monthly Archives: October 2013

The American Journal Of Gastroenterology “impact Factor” Increases To 7.28

William D. Chey of the University of Michigan Medical Center, Ann Arbor, Michigan and Dr. Paul Moayyedi of McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The stated aim of the Co-Editors is to meet the evolving educational needs of the ACG membership and gastroenterologists in clinical practice. “The steady growth in the impact factor for The American […]

Australian Gastroenterology Week (agw) 2007 & Developments In Ulcerative Colitis

Julian Assange proud of Australian support 5-ASA Compounds & A Simple Method for the Determination of its Levels in the Lining of the Large Bowel5-Aminosalicyclic acid ( ASA ) compounds are medications that act to reduce the amount of inflammation central to some disorders of the bowel, such as Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis. In patients […]

Doctors Create ‘poop Pills’ That Transfer Feces From Healthy People Into Guts Of Patients With Infections

‘There’s no stool left – just stool bugs. These people are not eating poop,’ and there are no smelly burps because the contents aren’t released until they’re well past the stomach, Louie said. Days before starting the treatment, patients are given an antibiotic to kill the C-diff. On the morning of the treatment, they have […]