Category: BÜHLMANN IBDoc® Assay Citations

US: BÜHLMANN IBDoc® is Not Available for Sale.
Canada: Health Canada Licence: 98903, Device class: 3
Canadian customers: A number of the publications in the citation list describe applications that are outside of product claims (Intended Use: IBDoc® is intended as an aid to the determination of the inflammatory status of the patient’s intestinal mucosa for inflammatory bowel disease (e.g. Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis) monitoring.) thus they should be used for information only.

Experience of patients with inflammatory bowel disease in using a home fecal calprotectin test as an objective reported outcome for self-monitoring

IBDoc® Citation: Wei, S. , Tung, C. et al.  Experience of patients with inflammatory bowel disease in using a home fecal calprotectin test as an objective reported outcome for self-monitoring. Intestinal Research 2018;16(4):546-553. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5217/ir.2018.00052 PMID: 30301339 Highlights from this Publication “96% of the patients were satisfied with the home test..." “71% of patients preferred the home test method monitor
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Defining Faecal Calprotectin Thresholds as a Surrogate for Endoscopic and Histological Disease Activity in Ulcerative Colitis

IBDoc® Citation: Walsh,  A,  Kormilitzin, A et al. Defining Faecal Calprotectin Thresholds as a Surrogate for Endoscopic and Histological Disease Activity in Ulcerative Colitis—a Prospective Analysis, Journal of Crohn's and Colitis, jjy184, PMID: 30445625   DOI: doi.org/10.1093/ecco-jcc/jjy184  Highlights from this Publication “This is the first prospective study to use validated endoscopic and histologic indices to determine the thresholds of
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Ulcerative Colitis Study: Correlation of Faecal Calprotectin with Histological Nancy Index

BÜHLMANN IBDoc®: Walsh, A, Kormilitzin, A. et al. New faecal calprotectin cut-off points for remission and active disease defined by UCEIS and Nancy indices in ulcerative colitis (UC).  13th Congress of ECCO 2018, Feb 14 – 17, 2018. Vienna, Austria. Highlights from this Poster “Conclusions. An FCal <180 g/g is indicative of endoscopic and histological remission. FCal
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Home-based Fecal Calprotectin Testing: A Canadian User Performance Evaluation Study of IBDoc®

BÜHLMANN IBDoc®: Wong, A, Bourdages, R. et al. Home-based Fecal Calprotectin Testing: A Canadian User Performance Evaluation Study of IBDoc®.  CDDW 2018, Feb 09 – 11, 2018. Toronto, ON Canada. Highlights from this Publication “Conclusions. The IBDoc® test kit was understood by participants, with a majority of participants finding it easy to use, with an
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