The Clinical Effect of Normal Diet and Absolute Diet on Post-polypectomy Patients: an Open-label, Randomized Controlled Trial

2019-06-24 04:25:20 | BioPortfolio


There is no evidence to prove the impact of post-procedural diet on post-polypectomy bleeding (PPB) or delayed perforation. No relevant study has been conducted and it is yet to be determined if absolute diet is necessary for post-polypectomy patients, and the comparison between normal diet and absolute diet also remains unclear. Therefore, we carried out this randomized controlled study to evaluate and compare tthe clinical effect of different diets on post-polypectomy patients.

Study Design


Polyp Colorectal


absolute diet, normal diet


Not yet recruiting


Nanfang Hospital of Southern Medical University

Results (where available)

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Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-06-24T04:25:20-0400

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