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Publication of clinical data from the national registry of children with short bowel syndrome

Publication date: 15 january 2018

In the end of 2017, the Russian Bulletin of Pediatric Surgery, Anesthesiology and Resuscitation published an article titled “The National Registry of Children with Short Bowel Syndrome”, which presented a summary of midterm clinical outcomes of the research. The Registry was developed by Aston Health in collaboration with the Russian Association of Pediatric Surgeons. 

It uses the Quinta technology platform designed by Aston Health to ensure effective management of this high-profile project, which is a significant contribution to the treatment of local pediatric population with this devastating condition.

The key purposes of the Registry include improving the quality of care for patients with SBS, supporting clinical decision-making, fostering cross-disciplinary communication, and assessment of the exciting and novel medical technologies.

Sofya Demura, Medical Director, Aston Health and Dmitry Kosov, Head of Clinical Registries and Epidemiological Studies, Aston Health co-authored the article.

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