Clinical Trials Study
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2021.
World J Gastroenterol. Mar 21, 2021; 27(11): 1090-1100
Published online Mar 21, 2021. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v27.i11.1090
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Figure 1 Randomization of bowel preparation. a: Number of patients who completed tolerability questionnaire; b: Number of patients with validated Ottawa Bowel Preparation Scores; Mp: Moviprep; Pc: Prep Kit-C; IBD: Inflammatory bowel disease.
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Figure 2 Total tolerability scores when comparing inflammatory bowel disease and non-inflammatory bowel disease cohorts. Of 95 inflammatory bowel disease and 193 non- inflammatory bowel disease participants included. Higher score indicates better tolerability where 0 = poorly tolerated and 5 = well tolerated. Total score is out of 20 (0-5 for taste; 0-5 ease of ingestion; 0-5 for palatability; 0-5 for amount). IBD: Inflammatory bowel disease.
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Figure 3 Tolerability scores according to specified symptom. Of 56 inflammatory bowel disease and 93 non-inflammatory bowel disease participants compared. 0 = well tolerated and 5 = poorly tolerated. Maximum score for abdominal pain is 15 (0-5 points abdominal discomfort; 0-5 points for abdominal pain; 0-5 points for abdominal distension). Maximum score for nausea and vomiting is ten (0-5 points for nausea; 0-5 points for vomiting). The maximum points for dizziness or shortness of breath are 5 points. IBD: Inflammatory bowel disease.
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Figure 4 Changes in electrolyte levels (n = 256) measured in mmol/L. Levels compared between one week prior to procedure and day of the procedure.