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  • Two Cups of Coffee a Day to Keep Cirrhosis at Bay?

    Scientists say coffee could be used to treat liver cirrhosis, after finding that drinking two or more cups per day cut death risk by 66% among Chinese subjects when the disease was caused by non-viral hepatitis.  Learn more: Two Cups of Coffee a Day to Keep Cirrhosis at Bay?

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    SEROVERA® has become a leader in helping individuals fight immune disorders and diseases. Our company history dates back to 1996, which continues to grow, immersed in trust and reliability.
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    Scientific research has found that l-glutamine also aids in the normal functioning of the intestines. It has been recognized as the second most important fuel for the cells lining your colon and helps clear out waste through the kidney and liver. It is also used in the prevention of muscle degeneration that can accompany prolonged bed rest or certain diseases. L-Glutamine helps to maintain muscle mass and prevent further damage to muscle tissues and fibers. L-Glutamine is part of SEROVERA® AMP 500 proprietary blend.

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  • 'Shire' Set to Drop Lialda

    SPD476 is a once-daily formulation of mesalamine, a drug widely-used to treat inflammatory bowel disease. It is already approved in the US under the Lialda brand name and as Mezavant/Mezavant XL in Europe to treat ulcerative colitis.

    The PREVENT 2 study enrolled 592 patients with a history of diverticulitis, a condition in which pouches develop in the intestine that become inflamed and infected. The two-year study compared the impact of three different doses of SPD476 versus placebo on the rate of diverticulitis.

    It found no significant difference between the two groups at any of the dosages tested on either the primary or secondary endpoints, according to the company.

    "We will continue to analyze these data and those of the second study, PREVENT1, which was similar in design to PREVENT2 and will report later in the year," commented Dr Jeffrey Jonas, Shire's senior vice president of R&D.

    "Although the results of the second trial are pending, it is our current intention not to pursue a regulatory filing for this indication," he added.

  • What is a Low-Residue Diet?

    A low-residue diet is essentially one where fiber intake is limited. Doctors recommend the diet to patients who suffer from inflammatory bowel disease and other serious digestive disorders. The diet may also be prescribed to patients after bowel surgeries.

    Consuming foods like grains, fresh produce, nuts, seeds and legumes is normally a healthy practice. However, people with certain intestinal disorders will actually benefit from not eating them. By selecting foods that are easy to digest, symptoms are reduced because bowel movements are smaller and less frequent.

    A low-residue diet is particularly helpful for controlling symptoms in people with diverticulitis, Crohn's or ulcerative colitis. Crohn's and ulcerative colitis are the two most common intestinal disorders and require great care and effort to manage the associated symptoms.

    The Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America recommends people with IBD include a broad range of nutritious foods in their diet. Because some foods may exacerbate symptoms, a food journal and a nutritionist's guidance are valuable tools.

    Because most IBD patients are able to absorb nutrients normally, diet changes are usually only short-term. However, should inflammation occur in the ileum, it may become difficult for food to pass and result in abdominal pain. Temporarily eating a low-residue diet can help.

    Raw fruits and vegetables, corn hulls, nuts and seeds are rich in cellulose and are very difficult for the digestive system to break down. As a result, they leave behind a residue in the intestines. On a low-residue diet, such things are avoided. When the patient's condition returns to a normal state after treatment, they may resume a typical diet.

    The diet may also be beneficial to people with diverticulitis. Diverticulitis is a disorder in which the pockets lining the intestines become inflamed. Common symptoms include nausea, decreased appetite, gas, diarrhea, abdominal pain and fever. Seeds, corn and nuts should be avoided as they may become lodged in these pockets.

    Although some schools of though maintain that a high-fiber diet is best for diverticulitis sufferers, a temporary low-residue diet may be necessary when symptoms become unmanageable. In such an event, appropriate treatments may include a liquid diet, medication and a gradual shift back to a normal diet.

    Another use for the low-residue diet is in the treatment of partial intestinal obstructions. Obstructions that entirely block the intestine are a serious emergency and warrant surgical intervention, but partial blockages can often be remedied with an appropriate diet.

    Obstructions are frequently the result of adhesions or scar tissue that causes other tissues to grow together. This can cause the intestines to deviate from their normal position and result in crimping or total strangulation. When this happens, digested food can't pass and results in nausea and vomiting, abdominal cramps, gurgling, inability to flatulate, bloating and constipation.

  • Facts About Diverticulitis Surgery

    If you are suffering from diverticulitis, you may be able to get relief with the help of diverticulitis surgery or partial colectomy, as it is known in medical jargon. The surgery involves surgically removing the part of the colon that is affected by the disease, and thereafter rejoining the two ends of the colon.

    The surgery is usually recommended if the person had several severe attacks of diverticulitis. The surgery is also advisable for people suffering from impaired immune system, people who are less than 40 or if a fistula forms between the colon and a neighboring organ, such as the vagina, bladder or uterus. Doctors may perform the surgery if the person suffers from complications due to an infected diverticulum, infection in the abdomen, obstructed bowel, sepsis or profuse bleeding.

    Over the years, medical science and associated technology have advanced quite a bit. The surgery can be done either by making an incision in the abdomen or it can be done using laparoscopy. The method of surgery depends on how severe the disease is. Usually, if there are no associated complication due to diverticulitis, surgeons prefer to use laparoscopy, which means a shorter hospital stay, shorter period of recovery and fewer chances of post-surgery complications.

    Facts about Diverticulitis Surgery

    Diverticulitis surgery can be performed in two ways. One involves just a single step wherein the diseased part of the colon is surgically removed and the two ends are then joined together. The second type may involve first removing the affected part of the colon and attaching the upper part to an abdominal opening. This is known as colostomy. The stools are eliminated from the body via the opening into a bag. This opening is maintained until the infection in the colon gets better. Thereafter, another surgery is done to rejoin the two ends of the colon. However, the type of surgery that a person requires is only decided at the time of the actual surgical procedure.

    Typically, the single step surgery involves a hospital stay of 4 to 7 days, as long as there are no post-surgery complications. However, if the person undergoes laparoscopic surgery, the hospital stay time reduces. On the other hand, if the person undergoes the second type of surgery, the hospital stay is substantially longer, around 6 to 12 weeks.

    The recovery time after a diverticulitis surgery is around 6 to 8 weeks. The surgery has a success rate of 89 percent. In other words, 12 out of 100 people may end up getting diverticulitis again after the surgery. However, these people may not require another surgery. Also, when the surgery is performed in two stages, some people may not have the second stage of the surgery, as the colon may not heal properly.

    Possible Risks of Diverticulitis Surgery

    As the surgery is performed under general anesthesia, there is a risk of complications due to the anesthesia. Other possible risks include profuse bleeding; post-surgery infection; injury or trauma to the neighboring organs, such as ureters, blood vessels or urinary bladder; or leaking of feces from the part of the colon where the two ends are joined.

    Should You Have Diverticulitis Surgery?

    It is best to have the surgery when the person does not suffer from an attack. This is because the chances are extremely high that the surgery will be done in a single step. On the other hand, an emergency surgery for diverticulitis may have to be done in two stages.

    A person may not require the surgery if the attacks are not often and they do not have any associated complications. In such a case, the diverticulitis can be managed through intake of high fiber diet.

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