RESOLUCIÓN DEFENSORIAL N° 040-2003/DP 18 de diciembre de 2003 VISTO: El Informe Defensorial N° 78 “La anticoncepción oral de emergencia”1, elaborado por la Adjuntía para los Derechos de la Mujer. ANTECEDENTES: Primero.- Queja interpuesta por el Comité Consultivo en Anticoncepción de Emergencia El 20 de mayo de 2002, el Comité Consultivo en Anticoncepción de Emer
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Stemcellpanama.comBone Marrow Transplantation (2003) 32, S57–S59& 2003 Nature Publishing Group All rights reserved 0268-3369/03 $25.00 Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation for severe Crohn’s disease Division of Immunotherapy, Northwestern University Medical Center, Chicago, IL, USA corticosteroids that are broad-spectrum anti-inﬂammatoryagents;2–9 cytokine suppression or stimulation that work on It is clear that some patients with severe Crohn’s disease the expression of inﬂammation rather than at the patho- (CD) fail to respond favorably to the standard treatment, genesis of the inﬂammation;10–12 and antibiotics, such as including antibody to Tumor Necrosis Factor alpha metronidazole and quinolones that may perhaps decrease (TNFa). We have embarked on a unique therapy for this exposure to responsible antigens.13 None of these therapies group of patients, intense immune suppression followed by gets at the fundamental nature of the inﬂammatory process.
Standard therapies suppress until a spontaneous remission (HSCT). The response to this approach in our ﬁrst four patients has been excellent, with there being no signiﬁcant Although there are little data on CD mortality, it is clear untoward event from the transplantation and with each that CD has a mortality in and of itself, supported by one patient entering clinical remission in terms of the Crohn’s of the largest series of CD which reported a 6% mortality Disease Activity Index off all therapy for CD and no rate.14,15 In a selected series such as patients with severe and diarrhea or abdominal pain. However, some evidence of refractory disease, the mortality rate is probably higher, minor laboratory abnormalities and slight inﬂammation perhaps in the 10% range.Serious morbidity accompanies of the colon on colonoscopic evaluation persist up to 1 Crohn’s disease including ﬁstulae, abscesses, eye, skin joint year post-transplant. It is suggested that HSCTshould be and hepatic problems, the need for recurrent surgery and considered a reasonable option for patients who have eventual short bowel syndrome necessitating home par- failed standard CD therapy, although long-term follow-up enteral nutrition and its complications, and abdominal pain will be necessary to conﬁrm the duration of the induced with resultant drug addiction.15–17 Support for HSCT comes from reported patients who had undergone either Bone Marrow Transplantation (2003) 32, S57–S59.
allogeneic or autologous HSCT and had incidental CD.18–21 Crohn’s disease; autologous stem cell trans- plantation; hematopoietic stem cell transplantation Candidates for HSCT must have failed prednisone,azathioprine, azulﬁdine, metronidazole, and remicade Approximately 4 years ago, Northwestern University (TNF inhibitor) with failure deﬁned as a Crohn’s Disease opened a protocol for hematopoietic stem cell transplanta- Activity Index (CDAI) greater than 250 on a scale of 0 to tion (HSCT) in severe Crohn’s disease (CD).Although the 400 (Table 1).22 We have found the CDAI to be an proposal was approved by the FDA and local Institutional imperfect assessment of CD morbidity and are in the Review Board, the ﬁrst suitable candidate underwent this process of evaluating the Craig Crohn’s Severity Score procedure 1 year ago.Since then, three additional patients (Table 2) for future trials.As an example of the type of have undergone this treatment.The response has been candidate, our ﬁrst patient, a 22-year-old female had excellent, with the patients rapidly going into clinical continuous disease for 10 years, with up to 25 bowel remission, although the two longest-duration patients still movements daily, requiring an ileo colonic resection at one have superﬁcial ulcerations seen on colonoscopy.
point.She had been on total parenteral nutrition for 2 While CD is an immune-mediated disease, it is not at all years.She was also addicted to narcotics, receiving 3 mg/h clear that autoimmunity is the underlying pathogenesis.It intravenous hydromorphone.Her CDAI was 305.She had may, instead, be an unbalanced reaction towards gut ﬂora.
severe colitis and ileitis on both colonoscopy and small Standard therapy for CD includes: ﬁve-aminosalicylic acid products that are anti-inﬂammatory and work locally;1 Peripheral blood stem cells are mobilized with cyclo- phosphamide 2.0 g/m2 and G-CSF 10 mg/kg/day and en-riched via an Isolex cell separator.Conditioning iscyclophosphamide 200 mg/kg and antithymocyte globulin Correspondence: Dr RK Burt, Division of Immunotherapy, North- (ATG 90 mg/1 kg & ATG 5.5 mg/kg). Post-transplant western University Medical Centre, Chicago, IL 60611, USA.E-mail:[email protected] evaluation includes CDAI, Inﬂammatory Disease Bowel iritis, erythema nodosum, pyodermagangrenosa, aphthous ulcerations,anal ﬁssure, anal ﬁstula, anal abscess, From Best et al22: CDAIo150=remission; >450=severely ill.
Questionnaire, colonoscopy, small bowel radiographs, CRP, sedimentation rate, albumin, weight, and anti-Saccharomyces Four patients have completed HSCT.One of these subjects is 1 year, one is 11 months, one is 2 months andthe ﬁnal is 2 weeks post-transplantation.The only toxicity in these patients was culture-negative fever for 24 to 48 hours.23 Abdominal pain and diarrhea resolved for themost part during the hospitalization.In all patients, the CDAI and the severity index have normalized despite withdrawal of all therapy for CD.However, some of the colonoscopies show persistent but asymptomatic mild inﬂammation.While the depth of this remission and how long this remission will last remains uncertain, it is reasonable to consider HSCT in patients with severe CD so long as these patients have failed standard therapy.
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