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    Arq Gastroenterol 2019; 56(3):304-311Silva CJ, Leite IDS, … Sampaio Filho JDR
  • CONCLUSIONS: In view of the test sample quantity (n=21), a high prevalence of lactose intolerance (6.8%) in the academic environment, with epidemiological characteristics compatible to those found the literature is demonstrated, generating knowledge with understanding to prevent, diagnose, alleviate and treat lactose intolerant university students, and generate positive impacts towards well-being, improving the quality of life of these individuals.
  • Observing postprandial bowel movements in diaper-dependent toddlers. [Journal Article]
    J Child Health Care 2019; :1367493519882846Van Aggelpoel T, De Wachter S, … Vermandel A
  • The gastrocolic reflex is a response of the colon to the presence of food in the stomach. Our goal was to observe bowel movements in healthy infants and toddlers not yet toilet trained, in response to a meal. Stool behavior of 40 toddlers, aged 18-27 months, was monitored. We observed a bowel movement within the first hour after a meal in 75% of the children. This occurred 15, 30 or 60 minutes af…
  • [Conservative management of genital prolapse]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Prat 2019; 69(4):387-389Goujon A
  • Conservative management of genital prolapse may be an alternative to surgical treatment, if prolapse is moderate or has few symptoms, and for frail patients when surgery is contraindicated. Non-surgical management consists of several measures. Topical hormonal treatments improve patients' comfort, but their efficiency was not proven. Pessaries achieve anatomical reintegration of prolapse and reac…
  • Multicriteria Decision Analysis Applied to the Clinical Use of Pharmacotherapy for Overactive Bladder Symptom Complex. [Review]
    Eur Urol Focus 2019Chapple CR, Mironska E, … Phillips LD
  • CONCLUSIONS: In our analysis using an MCDA model, in both the flexible dosing pattern of fesoterodine and the solifenacin combination with mirabegron, the benefit-safety balance is better in terms of benefits and/or safety than any of the other available OAB drugs. Caution in interpretation of the data has to be expressed as the fesoterodine data are based on a flexible dosing regimen, which adds an additional dimension of personalising therapy.
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