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Clinical Trials

Clinical Trials

Clinical Trials
Transcript

So there's many different studies going on right now for the treatment of chronic diarrhea. There's many studies evaluating bacterial overgrowth has a common cause of chronic diarrhea, and there's multiple different types of antibiotics that can be used to treat that. There's multiple studies going on with fecal transplant for patients with chronic diarrhea and recurrent infections, in which stool is actually injected into the colon and the small bowel in order to help increase the flora of the Gi tract and reduce the risk of these recurrent infections that many patients get. Other types of probiotics and therapies are also being studied for the treatment of chronic diarrhea.

Doctor Profile

Pedram Enayati, MD

Gastroenterologist

    • Co-Director of Gastroenterology Associates of Beverly Hills
    • Has done extensive research on GI disorders, liver diseases, as well as liver/kidney transplantation
    • Author of numerous journal articles and abstracts, and has presented on a variety of topics both nationally and internationally

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