Video Gallery

Rapid infliximab (IFX) infusion in children with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)

Video Author: Wael El-Matary
Published on: 11.21.2017

This retrospective multi-center study describes infusion reactions (IRs) associated with rapid infliximab infusion over 60 minutes in children with IBD. A total of 4120 rapid infusions for 453 children (median age 16 years (IQR 13.8-17.8), 289 boys, 374 with Crohn’s disease) were included. 135 patients (29.8%) received IFX rapid infusion from starting IFX while the rest received rapid IFX infusion after a median of 5 (IQR 4 – 9) standard infusions over 2 hours. 21 participants (4.6 %) had IRs with rapid infusions. In children with IBD, rapid IFX infusion 60 minutes is safe and well-tolerated.

All Videos
Most Viewed
Most Emailed



Creator: Wael El-Matary
Duration: 4:05
This retrospective multi-center study describes infusion reactions (IRs) associated with rapid infliximab infusion over 60 minutes in children with IBD. A total of 4120 rapid infusions for 453 children (median age 16 years (IQR 13.8-17.8), 289 boys, 374 with Crohn’s disease) were included. 135 patients (29.8%) received IFX rapid infusion from starting IFX while the rest received rapid IFX infusion after a median of 5 (IQR 4 – 9) standard infusions over 2 hours. 21 participants (4.6 %) had IRs with rapid infusions. In children with IBD, rapid IFX infusion 60 minutes is safe and well-tolerated.
Creator: Dr. Vignir Sigurdsson and Ingibjorg Sigurdardottir
Duration: 4:40
An illustrated abstract of our research on bone mineral density development into young adulthood in patients with childhood-onset IBD. Corresponding author Dr. Vignir Sigurdsson presents the study design and highlights two of the main findings and the clinical relevance.
Creator: Christian Selinger
Duration: 2:38
Dr Selinger explaining his paper “Infliximab therapeutic drug monitoring changes clinical decisions in a virtual biologics clinic for inflammatory bowel disease”
Creator: Ying Huang, MD PhD
Duration: 4:59
Dr. Ying Huang and Dr. Ziqing Ye from Children’s Hospital of Fudan University introduced phenotypes, genotypes and management of infantile-onset IBD from a large single center study.
Creator: iMovie
Duration: 4:08
A video abstract summary for the manuscript IBD-D-17-00306R1 - "Tissue drug concentrations of anti-tumor necrosis factor agents are associated with the long-term outcome of patients with Crohn's disease"
Creator: Alyce Anderson
Duration: 4:44
This video provides an overview of the propensity score methodology and results from a recent journal article that investigates the long-term impact of Clostridium difficile infection among inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients. The video, presented by David Binion, MD and Alyce Anderson, describes the prospective, multiyear data derived from the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) IBD research registry, and how this data can be leveraged to generate an appropriate matched control cohort for those with Clostridium difficile infection. The work demonstrates the lasting impact of infection on healthcare utilization and discusses future directions for research.
Creator: Wei Zhang
Duration:
This video abstract is a short introduction of the paper “The expression and clinical significance of elafin in inflammatory bowel disease”, outlining the significance and innovation of the research, the deficiencies and future directions of the work.
Creator: Edward L. Barnes
Duration: 4:45
In this video abstract summary, we review our study that utilized the Kids’ Inpatient Database to analyze resource utilization, including length of stay, among pediatric patients with inflammatory bowel disease. Among patients with Crohn’s disease, Hispanic and black patients demonstrated increased length of stay compared to white patients. Among patients with ulcerative colitis, Hispanic patients demonstrated increased length of stay compared to white patients. We review these findings in the context of prior literature and suggest how these findings might influence future studies.
Creator: Roberto Candia
Duration: 3:36
This video abstract is about a cost-utility analysis related to the management of postoperative Crohn’s disease. According to this decision analysis, initiation of thiopurines immediately after surgery and addition of biologics guided by endoscopic recurrence is the most cost-effective strategy of management of patients with high risk of recurrence of Crohn’s disease after ileo-colic resection.
Creator: Dario Sorrentino MD, FRACP
Duration: 5:51
This is the corresponding author (Dario Sorrentino) video comment on the paper to be published by IBD entitled: “Impact of Diagnostic Delay and Associated Factors on Clinical Outcomes in a US Inflammatory Bowel Disease Cohort”. It describes the rationale, methods, results of the study and discussed the importance of the findings within the context of the clinical management of inflmmatory bowel diseases.
Creator: Heba Iskandar
Duration: 4:48
A summary of a case presentation and discussion of a patient with Crohn’s with severe esophageal involvement.
Creator: Raymond Cross
Duration: 4:39
A short video abstract of the review article entitled Safety Considerations with the Use of Corticosteroids and Biologic Therapies in Mild to Moderate Ulcerative Colitis
Creator: Christopher Almario
Duration: 4:54

Ms. Bibiana Martinez and Dr. Francis Dailey from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center present an IBD LIVE video abstract detailing their research that used social media data to examine IBD patients’ understanding of the risks and benefits associated with biologic therapies and how this affects decision-making.

The links below provide social media education, support and IBD Community interactions.

www.ccfacommunity.org - social network for IBD patients and caregivers with forums, peer education, monitored by the IBD Help Center
www.facebook.com/ccfafb - Social network for the IBD community, maintained by the Foundation and supported with content and resources by the IBD Help Center
www.ibdetermined.org - Interactive disease education and social network for IBD Patients
Creator: Paula Conwell
Duration: 4:36
A clinical case in IBD LIVE that outlines the importance of stress, behavioral health, and mind-gut in IBD
Creator: Bo Shen, MD
Duration: 3:37
This video showed endoscopic stricturotomy with needle knife to treat anastomotic stricture in a patient with diverted ileal pouch. The circumferential fashion of electronic excision can reduce the risk for the injury of internal anal sphincter.



Creator: Ying Huang, MD PhD
Duration: 4:59
Dr. Ying Huang and Dr. Ziqing Ye from Children’s Hospital of Fudan University introduced phenotypes, genotypes and management of infantile-onset IBD from a large single center study.
Creator: Roberto Candia
Duration: 3:36
This video abstract is about a cost-utility analysis related to the management of postoperative Crohn’s disease. According to this decision analysis, initiation of thiopurines immediately after surgery and addition of biologics guided by endoscopic recurrence is the most cost-effective strategy of management of patients with high risk of recurrence of Crohn’s disease after ileo-colic resection.
Creator: Dario Sorrentino MD, FRACP
Duration: 5:51
This is the corresponding author (Dario Sorrentino) video comment on the paper to be published by IBD entitled: “Impact of Diagnostic Delay and Associated Factors on Clinical Outcomes in a US Inflammatory Bowel Disease Cohort”. It describes the rationale, methods, results of the study and discussed the importance of the findings within the context of the clinical management of inflmmatory bowel diseases.
Creator: Heba Iskandar
Duration: 4:48
A summary of a case presentation and discussion of a patient with Crohn’s with severe esophageal involvement.
Creator: Raymond Cross
Duration: 4:39
A short video abstract of the review article entitled Safety Considerations with the Use of Corticosteroids and Biologic Therapies in Mild to Moderate Ulcerative Colitis
Creator: Christopher Almario
Duration: 4:54

Ms. Bibiana Martinez and Dr. Francis Dailey from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center present an IBD LIVE video abstract detailing their research that used social media data to examine IBD patients’ understanding of the risks and benefits associated with biologic therapies and how this affects decision-making.

The links below provide social media education, support and IBD Community interactions.

www.ccfacommunity.org - social network for IBD patients and caregivers with forums, peer education, monitored by the IBD Help Center
www.facebook.com/ccfafb - Social network for the IBD community, maintained by the Foundation and supported with content and resources by the IBD Help Center
www.ibdetermined.org - Interactive disease education and social network for IBD Patients
Creator: Paula Conwell
Duration: 4:36
A clinical case in IBD LIVE that outlines the importance of stress, behavioral health, and mind-gut in IBD
Creator: Bo Shen, MD
Duration: 3:37
This video showed endoscopic stricturotomy with needle knife to treat anastomotic stricture in a patient with diverted ileal pouch. The circumferential fashion of electronic excision can reduce the risk for the injury of internal anal sphincter.