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Impact of Specialized Inpatient IBD Care on Outcomes of IBD Hospitalizations

October 30, 20163 min
Impact of Specialized Inpatient IBD Care on Outcomes of IBD Hospitalizations: A Cohort Study Law, Cindy C. Y. MD; Sasidharan, Saranya MD; Rodrigues, Rodrigo MD; Nguyen, Deanna D. MD; Sauk, Jenny MD; Garber, John MD; Giallourakis, Cosmas MD; Xavier, Ramnik MD, PhD; Khalili, Hamed MD, MPH; Yajnik, Vijay MD, PhD; Ananthakrishnan, Ashwin N. MD, MPH Background: The management of inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs; Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis) is increasingly complex. Specialized care has been associated with improved ambulatory IBD outcomes. Aims: To examine if the implementation of specialized inpatient IBD care modified short-term and long-term clinical outcomes in IBD-related hospitalizations. Methods: This retrospective cohort study included IBD patients hospitalized between July 2013 and April 2015 at a single tertiary referral center where a specialized inpatient IBD care model was implemented in July 2014. In-hospital medical and surgical outcomes as well as postdischarge

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