Mesalazine tolerance in patients with inflammatory bowel disease and previous intolerance or allergy to sulphasalazine or sulphonamides.

Abstract

Fifty patients intolerant of or allergic to sulphasalazine (SASP) or sulphonamides were treated with mesalazine. Eighty per cent of patients continued treatment during the time of follow-up (mean, 8.4 months); 14% (7 of 50 patients) had to stop the treatment with mesalazine because of side effects. The patients with allergic reactions, including rash, fever… (More)

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