- Fecal Bacteriotherapy for Relapsing Clostridium difficile Infection in
- Fecal Bacteriotherapy for Relapsing Clostridium difficile Infection in a Child: A Proposed Treatment. Protocol abstract.
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- who could benefit from this therapy. Keywords: Clostridium difficile; Bacteriotherapy; Fecal Transplant.
- Bacteriotherapy Using Fecal Flora
- Published reports on fecal bacteriotherapy are few in num- ber, and detail the unclear.
- Sounds gross, works great: Fecal transplants cure nasty C. diff infections
- A new review of more than two dozen scientific reports involving 317 patients, some dating back 50 years, finds that fecal bacteriotherapy, commonly known as fecal transplant, cured the problem in 92 percent of the cases.
- Fecal Bacteriotherapy, Fecal Transplant, and the Microbiome
- One is an important physiologic study and 2 are a further elaboration of treatment using fecal bacteriotherapy, now often referred to as fecal transplantation.
- Fecal bacteriotherapy in the treatment of recurrent Clostridium
- Nov 16, 2010 Relapse of Clostridium difficile occurs in 10 to 25 percent of patients treated withor.
- Fecal Bacteriotherapy for C-diff - Celiac Disease - HealingWell
- I'm looking for a "recipe" for the fecal transplant enema. We're wanting to do this at home and we have a "clean donor". Thanks.
- Treatment of ulcerative colitis using fecal bacteriotherapy.
- Treatment of ulcerative colitis using fecal bacteriotherapy. Borody TJ, Warren EF, Leis S, Surace R, Ashman O.
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