6 Things to Know About Infliximab as Ulcerative Colitis Treatment
The study included 134 ulcerative colitis patients. Of the subjects studied, 28 percent had acute severe ulcerative colitis, 38 percent had steroid-dependency and 33 percent had steroid-refractoriness.
● Rate of clinical response at week eight: 87 percent
● Rate of clinical remission at week eight: 45 percent
● Long-term clinical response: 71 percent
● Long-term clinical remission: 52 percent
● Adverse events affected 15 percent of patients
● Mucosal healing was the sole factor influencing long-term response.
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