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Nutrition, Overgrowth, and Vaccine Efficacy in Low-income Settings

The purpose of this study is to assess the impact of small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) on childhood nutritional status, growth, and oral vaccine efficacy.


Detection of Luminal and Mucosa-associated Microbiome in Healthy Controls vs. Local and Systemic Inflammation

This study should reveal differences in composition of luminal and mucosa-associated microbiome of the human gastrointestinal tract.Therefore bacterial species of different intestinal location sites (small intestine and colon) isolated of biopsies were compared to bacterial composition of stool samples. Additionally the bacterial composition of healthy persons, patients with inflammatory bowel disease and with liver disease (liver cirrhosis) will be compared to detect influence...

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Isoleucine Added ORS in Children With Diarrhoea

Efforts are continuing to improve the efficacy of oral rehydration solution in terms of reducing the severity (stool volume) and duration of diarrhoea (enhancement of recovery). Antimicrobial peptides, produced by the epithelial cells, represent an important component of the innate immunity of all epithelial surfaces of the body including intestine. Induction of expression of antimicrobial peptides on epithelial cell surface, may thus hasten recovery from infectious diarrhoea. ...


Antineoplaston Therapy in Treating Patients With Cancer of the Small Intestine

RATIONALE: Antineoplastons are naturally-occurring substances that may also be made in the laboratory. Antineoplastons may inhibit the growth of cancer cells. PURPOSE: This phase II trial studies the effectiveness of antineoplaston therapy in treating patients who have cancer of the small intestine.

EnteroCT With Enteroclysis Versus Enterography-MRI for the Diagnosis of Tumors of the Small Intestine: a Pilot Study

Early diagnosis of tumors of the small intestine is a challenge for clinicians and for radiologists. The detection of tumors of the small intestine is a field in which the video capsule endoscopy has the lowest performance. The entero-CT with enteroclysis is the imaging technique used primarily to explore patients with a strong suspicion of small intestine tumors. However the entero-CT with enteroclysis has disadvantages : it is irradiating, the nasojejunal tube implies a disc...

Fresh Versus Frozen Stool for Fecal Transplant in Children

The primary goal of this study will be to assess whether stool collected and frozen from anonymous screened unrelated donors can be as effective as stool freshly collected from recipient's parents when used in Fecal Microbial Transplant for the eradication of recurrent Clostridium difficile infections in children. In the current protocols, which are more than 90% effective, each child who is receiving a fecal transplant has to provide their own donor stool, usually from a pare...

Effectiveness of PENTABIOCEL in Clinical and Laboratory Recovery of Children With Celiac Disease

Celiac disease (CD) is an inflammatory condition of the small intestine. Environmental and genetic factors are involved in the development of CD. Apart from environmental and genetic factors other factors may also be involved, such as alteration in intestinal microbiota. Probiotic supplementation has been shown to be able to determine the intestinal healing. Recently the use of a mixture of some specific bacterial strains has shown its effectiveness. In this study effectiveness...

Biomagnetic Signals of Intestinal Ischemia

The lack of blood flow to the small intestine causes mesenteric ischemia. Using a Superconducting QUantum Interference Device (SQUID) which measures the magnetic field of the small intestine, we are hoping to identify abnormalities without surgical intervention.

Biomagnetic Signals of Intestinal Ischemia II

The lack of blood flow to the small intestine causes mesenteric ischemia. Using a Superconducting QUantum Interference Device (SQUID) which measures the magnetic field of the small intestine, we are hoping to identify abnormalities without surgical intervention.

Clinic, Pathologic and Genetic Characterization of Patients With Familial Carcinoid Tumors (Study From the GTE, Groupe d'étude Des Tumeurs Endocrines)

Small intestine carcinoid tumors are rare. Small intestine Familial Carcinoid Tumors (FCT) are defined by the occurrence of at least 2 cases of this tumor type in first- or second-degree relatives. The estimated prevalence of FCT is 2.6%-3.7% in patients with small intestine carcinoid tumors. Because of its rarity, epidemiologic, clinic and pathologic features of FCT have been scarcely described. Molecular abnormalities associated with FCT have been poorly explored. Constitutio...

Rifaximin for the Treatment of Persistent Symptoms in Patients With Celiac Disease

Celiac disease is a condition in which the small intestine is damaged by gluten, the storage protein of wheat and similar proteins in barley and rye. The disease can cause different symptoms such as diarrhea, bloating, abdominal pain and weight loss. The majority of patients respond to a gluten-free diet. However some patients (5-30%) have persistent symptoms and are considered to be poor responders to the diet. Bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine accounts for some of t...

A Study of Recombinant Human Growth Hormone Injection for Short Children With Small for Small for Gestational Age(SGA)

According to the results of the phase II study, choose the best dose of JINTOPIN AQ for short SGA children, further to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the treatment of short SGA children.

Assessment of Efficiency and Safety of an Infant Formula Containing a Probiotic in Children

Evaluate the effect of probiotics on stool output in children 1 - 18 months old.

Safety and Efficacy of Somatropin (rhGH) in Short Children Born Small for Gestational Age (SGA)

This study is performed to investigate the long-term safety, in particular the diabetogenic potential and immunogenicity of rhGH therapy in short children born small for gestational age (SGA).

Cross-Sectional Study of Biologic Samples in Necrotizing Enterocolitis: Proteomics & Genomics Approach

Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is a severe, sometimes life-threatening inflammation of the intestine that occurs most often in premature babies. If it progresses, the wall of the intestine may break open, spilling bacteria and stool into the abdomen. Parts or all of the intestine may die. Despite 30 years of clinical studies, the cause of NEC remains unknown. In this study, in addition to clinical data collection, blood and urine samples from infants with NEC will be examin...

Sources of Bacterial Contamination in Human Milk Samples From the MiLC Trial

This observational study is a sub-study of the MiLC Trial (ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03123874). Our objective is to characterize the bacterial communities of women's breasts, hands, their pump and milk collection kit, and their babies' mouths among the participants of the MiLC Trial. As part of the original protocol, we collected swabs of each of these areas from each dyad before women pumped with their own pumps. By characterizing these communities, we can identify fro...

Efficacy and Safety of DA-3002 in Short Children Borns SGA.

A study demonstrates the non-inferiority of DA-3002 when compared with Genotropin® in short children born small for gestational age.

Epidemiology and Pathophysiology of Post-Infectious Functional GI Disorders

Some people develop chronic abdominal pain with diarrhea or constipation after an episode of acute bacterial gastroenteritis. These symptoms can be consistent with post-infectious irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and can last long after the acute infection is over. The exact reason why certain individuals develop these symptoms whereas others don't is not exactly clear. The researchers are studying changes in gastrointestinal permeability (movement of contents across the l...

(Gastrografin Use in Small Bowel Obstruction Caused by Adherences)

Adhesive small intestine obstruction (ASIO) is an important cause of hospital admission and a very common disease. Any improvement in this field will benefit many patients by reducing the operative rate. Patients with this disease are difficult to evaluate and to manage and their treatment is controversial. Emergency surgery is mandatory when strangulation is suspected or in the case of total obstruction. On the other hand, conservative non-operative treatment is indicated in t...

Evaluation of New Method for Measuring Stool Consistency

This study is designed to validate a new direct method for the measurement of stool consistency, using Texture Analyser. Forty healthy subjects are enrolled in this trial for collection of stool samples. Every stool produced during 2 collection periods of approximately 60 hours each is collected and subjected to the measurement of consistency using Texture Analyser. The stool consistency results are compared with the Bristol Stool Form Scale scores for each stool. The relations...

Regulation of Fat-stimulated Neurotensin Secretion in Healthy Subjects

Context: Cholecystokinin (CCK) and neurotensin are stimulated during meal intake by the presence of fat in the small intestine. The sequence of events suggests that fat hydrolysis is crucial for triggering the release. Objectives: The aim of this study was therefore to investigate whether CCK mediated the effect of intraduodenal (ID) fat on neurotensin secretion via CCK-1 receptors.

Interactions of Human Gut Microbiota With Intestinal Sweet Taste Receptors

The purpose of this study is to collect data to examine whether short-term consumption of non-caloric artificial sweeteners (NCASs), such as saccharin, can lead to changes in blood sugar levels and in the composition of the bacteria in the large intestine.

A 90 Day, Phase 3,Open Labeled Exploratory Study of RELiZORB

Children with inadequate intestinal absorption due to loss of large amounts of small bowel require intravenous nutrition (feeding through the vein) to sustain hydration and nutrition to avoid starvation and dehydration; however, intravenous (IV) nutrition can lead to complications including liver failure. Tube feeding directly to the small intestine avoids the complications of IV nutrition, but fats are not fully digestible due to inadequate bowel function. We propose to predig...

Probiotics in Short Bowel Syndrome

Short bowel syndrome (SBS) occurs when there is insufficient intestinal mass to support normal growth and development. Approximately 30 out of every 100,000 babies are affected by SBS in North America, and these infants remain dependent on intravenous, parenteral nutrition (PN) for prolonged periods of time. Children with SBS frequently fail to achieve sufficient linear growth and weight gain despite receiving calories in excess of that required by age-matched healthy children....

Use of TREM-1 Protein to Differentiate Viral and Bacterial Pneumonias in Intubated Children

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a protein called TREM-1 can be used to differentiate viral and bacterial pneumonias in children who are on ventilator support. We propose that the level of TREM-1 will be significantly elevated in the lung fluid of children with bacterial pneumonia and viral with co-existing bacterial pneumonia than in children with pure viral pneumonia.


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