Keiji Matsuda 1 2, Kohei Ohno 1, Yuka Okada 1, Takahiro Yagi 1, Mitsuo Tsukamoto 1, Yoshihisa Fukushima 1, Atsushi Horiuchi 1, Ryu Shimada 1 2, Tsuyoshi Ozawa 1 2, Tamuro Hayama 1 2, Takeshi Tsuchiya 1 2, Junko Tamura 1, Hisae Iinuma 1, Keijiro Nozawa 1 2, Hitoshi Aoyagi 2 3, Akari Isono 2 3, Koichiro Abe 2 3, Shinya Kodashima 2 3, Takatsugu Yamamoto 2 3, Yoshitaka Kawasaki 4, Yoshifuru Tamura 4, Yuko Sasajima 5, Fukuo Kondo 5, Yojiro Hashiguchi 1 2 , Inflamm Intest Dis, 2020 Feb;5(1):36-41.
Adsorptive Granulocyte and Monocyte Apheresis Is Effective in Ulcerative Colitis Patients Both with and without Concomitant Prednisolone
The effect of GMA with concomitant PSL (Prednisolone) and that of GMA without PSL were not different, and GMA was effective irrespective of PSL administration. The present study showed that GMA had efficacy and led many UC patients treated by PSL to be steroid free with no safety concern in the real world, although there is the possibility of recruitment bias due to the retrospective nature of the study.
Adsorptive Granulocyte and Monocyte Apheresis in the Treatment of Ulcerative Colitis: The First Multicenter Study in China.
The overall efficacy of GMA in patients with active UC who were taking first-line medications or were corticosteroid refractory was encouraging. Additionally, GMA was well tolerated and had a good safety profile.
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