Standard diagnostic and therapeutic process of IBD-associated anaemia
Luděk Hrdlička Orcid.org 1,2, Pavel Kohout Orcid.org 3, Martin Liberda Orcid.org 4, Michal Konečný Orcid.org 5, Milan Lukáš Orcid.org 6
1 Gastroenterologie, Poliklinika Budějovická, Medicon a. s., Praha
2 Chirurgické oddělení, NH Hospital a.s., Nemocnice Hořovice
3 Interní klinika 3. LF UK a Thomayerovy nemocnice, Praha
4 Gastroenterologická ambulance, Nemocnice Valašské Meziříčí, a. s.
5 II. interní klinika – gastroenterologická a geriatrická FN Olomouc
6 IBD clinical and research centre ISCARE a.s., Prague, Czech Republic
The below-mentioned guidelines forthe diagnosis and therapy of anaemia in IBD patients were generated by the Czech IBD Working Group (Czech Society for Gastroenterology of the Czech Medical Association of Jan Evangelista Purkyně) during a consensus meeting at Šiškův Mlýn near Telč in June 7-8, 2012. The guidelines are based on data coming from recent publications presented in the US and EU, which were broadly discussed in view of the local availability of the mentioned diagnostic and therapeutic recommendations. The final recommended procedure follows the consensus of all members of the IBD Working Group. It presents the current preferred approach to resolving anaemia in IBD patients as well as a recommendation for following up these patients. We hope that this document is a basic platform forthe current diagnostic and therapeutic regimen for anaemia in IBD patients.
KeywordsCrohn’s disease, anemia, ulcerative colitis
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