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Intravenous iron sucrose is superior to oral iron sulphate for correcting anaemia and restoring iron stores in IBD patients: A randomized, controlled, evaluator-blind, multicentre study
Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology
Objective. Patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) often have low iron stores or anaemia. There is controversy about whether iron should be supplemented orally or intravenously (i.v.). The purpose of this study was to investigate whether treatment with intravenous iron is superior to treatment with oral iron. The primary end-points were response and remaining anaemia at the end of treatment (EOT). Material and methods. Ninety-one patients with IBD and anaemia (B-Hb B115 g/L) weredoi:10.1080/00365520902839667 pmid:19330567 fatcat:apjfjauem5auhfceo2dns554mi