Proctitis

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Treatment Options
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Budesonide 1mg/10ml Oral Suspension

Budesonide 2mg/10ml Oral Viscous Gel

Budesonide 1 mg per 60 ml, Sodium Butyrate 100 mM Rectal Enema Liquid

Budesonide 2mg to 4mg Suppository

Mesalamine 4 gm/60 ml/Budesonide 2 mg/60 ml Enema

Mesalamine 50 mg/ml Oral Liquid

Mesalamine 250mg to 900mg Suppository

Sodium Acetate 60 mM/Sodium Propionate 30 mM/Sodium Butyrate 40 mM Enema (60ml)

Sodium Butyrate 100 mM/Liter Enema (60ml)

Sodium Butyrate 264 mg Suppository

General Information
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Proctitis is inflammation of the lining of the rectum, the lower end of the large intestine leading to the anus. The large intestine and anus are part of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. We offer multiple treatments for Proctitis affecting your patient(s).

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