Our gastrointestinal or GI system is made up of the GI tract and other accessory organs such as the gallbladder, digestive enzymes, liver, pancreas, and salivary glands. The function of the gastrointestinal system is to process energy and nutrients from food and fluids that you ingest on daily basis. If an individual suffers from gastrointestinal problems, those functions become impaired. If you are developing treatments for GI disorders, we can put our expertise in gastrointestinal statistics & research to work for you.
What are Gastrointestinal Disorders?
In the U.S., approximately 10% to 15% of the adult population suffers from irritable bowel syndrome symptoms. The problem is that only up to 7% of adults have been formally diagnosed with the disease. IBS is one of the most common diseases that are diagnosed by gastroenterologists. Gastrointestinal symptoms such as bloating and heartburn are common in the community. However, they may be misinterpreted and their significance and impact misunderstood both by patients and health care providers. Here is a quick look at the common GI symptoms:
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Diarrhea (acute)
- Gallstone pancreatitis
- Biliary tract disorders
- Abdominal pain syndrome
- Nausea and vomiting
- Dyspepsia or indigestion
- Peptic ulcer disease
- Gallbladder disorders
- Diarrhea (chronic)
Why You Need Gastrointestinal Statistics & Research
- To be able to advance treatments and improve diagnostics
- To be able to evaluate the effectiveness of surgical or medical treatments
- To be able to accurately identify candidates who require anti-reflux surgery
- To be able to correlate symptoms with reflux episodes
- To be able to document excessive non-acid and acid reflux
- … and more!
What AmPharm Statistics Can Do for Gastrointestinal Statistics & Research
Our experience in gastrointestinal statistics & research has allowed us to work with researchers who were tasked to examine every facet of the digestive system. The goal was to find better ways to treat conditions and illnesses that originate in the GI system, pancreas, and liver, as well as molecular pathogenesis and genetic biomarkers.
Next, we have worked with researchers who conducted clinical trials to study the pathophysiology and physiology of the digestive system. The goal of those trials was to improve the care of patients with digestive diseases.
Why Choose AmPharm Statistics for Gastrointestinal Statistics & Research?
For more than 20 years, AmPharm Statistics has worked with a wide variety of healthcare organizations, academic institutions, and government agencies for their gastrointestinal statistics & research needs. You can rest assured that our experience in this area is second to none. Our dedicated therapeutic research consultants offer unmatched expertise and can help you make informed choices when it comes to clinical trials.
Since 1994, we have also worked in a wide range of therapeutic areas pertaining to vaccines, infectious diseases, cancer, and GI problems. That’s why we have achieved a consistent track record of helping our clients develop research programs with scientific rigor and statistical validity. If you are looking for a professional that can help you facilitate efficient gastrointestinal statistics & research, you have come to the right place.
If you wish to start tapping on our expertise in gastrointestinal statistics & research, you can call us at 844-674-3377 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org today.