Aijaz Ahmed Sofi

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OBJECTIVE Clostridium difficle-associated infection (CDI) is usually treated with antibiotics; nevertheless, the infection has a high relapse rate. Case series and case reports using fecal microbiota(More)
OBJECTIVE To report the efficacy and safety of, and patient satisfaction with, colonoscopic fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) for community- and hospital-acquired Clostridium difficile infection(More)
88 J Interv Gastroenterol Volume 2 Issue 2 *Correspondence to: Ali Nawras; Email: Ali.Nawras@utoledo.edu Submitted: Feb/27/2012; Revised: Apr/13/2012; Accepted: Apr/17/2012 Previously published(More)
Bowel preparation using large volume of polyethylene glycol (PEG) solutions is often poorly tolerated. Therefore, there are ongoing efforts to develop an alternative bowel cleansing regimen that(More)