While DAAs have improved the treatment of chronic HCV infection by eliciting higher rates of sustained virologic response, they also interact with a number of agents that could potentially limit their effectiveness.
The FMT National Registry, established by the AGA in partnership with other organizations, provides initial results on the safety and effectiveness of FMT for the management of Clostridioides difficile infections.
The American Gastroenterological Association provides best practice advice to assist gastroenterologists in making an accurate diagnosis and providing optimal treatment for patients with colonic diverticulitis.
A team of investigators studied a group of asymptomatic patients who were at increased risk of developing inflammatory bowel disease to assess proteolytic activity in advance of a diagnosis of ulcerative colitis.
Increased utilization of HCV-positive liver allografts for LT is seen as one of the ways to counter national organ shortages, so researchers set out to better characterize the allografts that come from HCV-positive donors from specific regions.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted marketing authorization to the EndoRotor System, which provides a minimally invasive way to resect and remove necrotic tissue for patients with walled-off pancreatic necrosis.
Given the lack of effective tools available for observing EGD, researchers sought to develop an AI-assisted EGD system to automatically monitor the entire stomach in real time and maintain a record of the procedure time.