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Bacterial Overgrowth in Short Gut Syndrome


Bacterial Overgrowth | Oley Foundation Website article

The Microbiome | Harvard School of Health article

Understanding Bacterial Overgrowth | Oley Conference Presentation slides

(SIBO) Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth | Cleveland Clinic article

Treatment options

Pharmacological Issues with Bacterial Overgrowth: Causes and Treatment Strategies | Oley Conference Presentation slides

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth: Roles of Antibiotics, Prebiotics, and Probiotics | Gastroenterology AGA medical journal article

Antibiotic management

Antibiotic Therapy for Culture-Proven Bacterial Overgrowth in Children With Intestinal Failure Results in Improved Symptoms and Growth | Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition medical journal article

Diagnostic Testing

Risk factors for small bowel bacterial overgrowth and diagnostic yield of duodenal aspirates in children with intestinal failure: a retrospective review | Journal of Pediatric Surgery medical journal article

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