IBDU

AcronymDefinition
IBDUInflammatory Bowel Disease Unclassified
IBDUIsolated Bile Duct Units
IBDUIntrahepatic Bile Duct Unit (hepatology)
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Subgroup III enrolled 8 IBD cases: 6 cases with IBDU (6 patients, 7.1%) and 2 cases with suspected Crohn's disease (2 patients, 2.4%).
Nevertheless this pattern of disease distribution (58.3% CD, 29.2% UC, and 12.5% IBDU) is consistent with recent British, Canadian, and American studies of pediatric CD populations [19-21].
IBDU is similar to UF but is less affected by soil temperature.
-- is more temperature dependent than SCU and IBDU.
Nitrogen Carrier % Nitrogen % Ammonium Anhydrous ammonia 82.0 82.0 Ammonium nitrate 33.0 16.7 Ammonium sulfate 21.0 21.0 Aqua ammonia 24.0 24.0 Nitrate of soda 16.0 0 Calcium nitrate 15.5 0 Urea 46.0 46.0 * UAN (nitrogen solution) 32.0 22 Urea formaldehyde ([dagger]) 37.0 37.0 Sulfur-coated urea ([dagger]) 39.0 39.0 * IBDU ([dagger]) 30.0 -- Nitrogen Carrier % Nitrate Effect on pH Anhydrous ammonia 0 Very acid Ammonium nitrate 16.6 Acid Ammonium sulfate 0 Very acid Aqua ammonia 0 Acid Nitrate of soda 16.0 Basic Calcium nitrate 15.5 Basic Urea 0 Acid UAN (nitrogen solution) 10.0 Acid Urea formaldehyde ([dagger]) 0 Acid Sulfur-coated urea ([dagger]) 0 Acid IBDU ([dagger]) -- -- * Urea becomes ammonia in the soil.
Data includes patients with inflammatory bowel disease hospitalized at Renji hospital, Shanghai Jiao-Tong University, School of Medicine, from Jan 2003 to May 2012 and Ruijin hospital, Shanghai Jiao-Tong University, School of Medicine, from Aug 2009 to June 2012 with a diagnosis of "Crohn's disease (ICD10-K50)," "ulcerative colitis (ICD10-K51)," or "inflammatory bowel disease unclassified (IBDU)" Data was analyzed retrospectively using a computerized database and double checked according to ICD numbers.
We also found the same tendency of LOS in patients with IBDU ([R.sup.2] = 0.722, P = 0.009).
For 665 UC patients, the mean age at diagnosis was 44.10 yrs (95% CI = 42.88-45.31 yrs), and the mean age at diagnosis of IBDU patients was 44.65 yrs (95% CI = 40.44-48.85 yrs).
In addition, 3 patients were diagnosed with unclassified IBD (IBDU).
All CD, UC, and IBDU patients were included in the primary stage of treatment naive active disease.
CD UC IBDU IBD total Non-IBD Total 30 33 3 66 33 number Median 32.9 33.8 41.2 33.7 32.3 age Min.- 20.1-52.7 16.1-60.1 34.9-52.2 16.1-60.1 19.1-55.1 max.