Replacement of feeding tubes, ‘persistent throat symptoms’ or ‘laryngopharyngeal reflux’ and how to manage buried bumpers

In April’s blog we take a close look at two papers published recently in BMJOG. The first of these papers looks at a very interesting topic, lacking specific evidence- when to replace PEG tubes in patients with long-term requirements. Secondly, we discuss a really interesting and controversial topic, laryngopharyngeal reflux, and specifically the symptoms attributed, […]

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Exclusive enteral nutrition in adult Crohn’s disease, machine learning in capsule endoscopy and dosing of Vedolizumab based on T cell function

In this month’s blog we focus on two recently published articles in BMJOG and discuss a highly impactful basic science manuscript published in Gut which is likely to have implications of dosing of Vedolizumab. As we move forward from COVID-19 and face a potentially difficult winter it remains vital to practice evidence-based speciality medicine. BMJOG, […]

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Endoscopy for PEG and foreign bodies, opportunistic detection of liver disease and drugs for intestinal failure

In this May edition of the BMJOG blog we take a break from discussing COVID-19 and look at some of the recently published articles in hepatology, intestinal failure and endoscopy. The journal continues to accept articles on a wide range of topics and we would encourage readers to explore the full range of manuscripts available […]

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