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Title: Phase IV noninferiority controlled randomized trial to evaluate the impact on diagnostic thinking and patient management and the test-retest reproducibility of the Gaxilose test for hypolactasia diagnosis.
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Issue Date: Nov-2018
Citation: Medicine (Baltimore).2018 Nov;(97)46:e13136
Abstract: The diagnostic accuracy of the Gaxilose test (GT) for hypolactasia diagnosis has already been proved. The objectives of this clinical trial were to demonstrate the noninferiority of the GT compared to the hydrogen breath test (HBT) on the impact on diagnostic thinking and patient management, to evaluate the GT reproducibility with urine accumulated from 0 to 4 hours and from 0 to 5 hours and to assess test safety.
PMID: 30431582
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12530/34806
Rights: openAccess
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