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From ACP Journal Club

The results of the randomized trial do not support routinely recommending aspirin before fecal immunochemical testing for colorectal cancer screening, according to an ACP Journal Club commentary. ... Fletcher, MD, MACP, MSc, appeared in the ACP Journal
August 2019

In Barrett esophagus, high- vs low-dose esomeprazole improved clinical outcomes; aspirin vs no aspirin did not

ACP Journal Club commentary said. ... The following commentary by John K. Marshall, MD, MSc, FRCPC, appeared in the ACP Journal Club section of the Nov.
December 2018

In IBS with constipation, plecanatide reduced abdominal pain and increased bowel movements at 12 wk

Clinical judgment will be needed to determine whether the relatively modest improvement in outcomes will be important to patients for whom the drug is considered, according to an accompanying ACP Journal ... The following commentary by Sander Veldhuyzen
July 2018

In chronic severe functional constipation, electroacupuncture increased complete spontaneous bowel movements

Bharucha, MBBS, MD, was published in the ACP Journal Club section of the Dec. ... All articles from the January 27, 2017, ACP Gastroenterology Monthly Newsletter.
January 2017

From ACP Journal Club

The trial results cannot be generalized to all patients with cirrhosis, and future trials should look at whether similar effects could be achieved simply by limiting salt intake, an ACP Journal ... The following commentary by Jacob Korula, MD, FACP,
August 2019

In C difficile infection, adding IV bezlotoxumab to standard antibiotics reduced recurrence at 12 weeks

A commentary in ACP Journal Club noted that it would be reasonable to consider fidaxomicin or bezlotoxumab in patients at high risk for recurrent Clostridium difficile infection or in those for ... 1 ACP Hospitalist Weekly. The following commentary by
May 2017

Glasgow Blatchford score predicted intervention or death better than 4 other prediction models in upper GI bleeding

Commentary authors writing in ACP Journal Club said the findings add to a growing body of literature that supports the use of the Glasgow Blatchford score for selecting low-risk patients ... The following commentary by Nicholas Talley, MD, PhD, FRACP,
April 2017

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