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Crohn’s disease: an overview and update on medical and dietary therapies

Alexander T. Elford, Britt Christensen

Crohn’s disease can cause significant morbidity, including nutritional deficiencies, fatigue and the development of strictures, fistulas and abscesses. A wide range of therapies exist for use in clinical practice, which aim to alter the natural course of the disease and improve quality of life for affected patients.

January/February 2024
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BRIEF BITES
FOR BETTER CARE
Written and narrated by Professor Kim Oates for the Clinical Excellence Commission
Brief Bites are a series of short videos that can be used to enhance clinical care and patient safety. Being brief, they can be used in many situations including clinical team meetings or in education sessions.
 
 

Brief bites
For better care

Written and narrated by
Professor Kim Oates for the
Clinical Excellence Commission
Brief Bites are a series of short videos that can be used to enhance clinical care and patient safety. Being brief, they can be used in many situations including clinical team meetings or in education sessions.