Welcome to theECCO e-Guide

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The ECCO e-Guide is an expanding collection of algorithms based on the ECCO guidelines. These algorithms were developed during 2013-2016 by Dr. Marcus Harbord and Sociable Data, with assistance from many ECCO members, and ECCO committees particularly GuiCom and EduCom. The content is based on the most recent published ECCO guidelines (statements from prior or supportive guidelines are annotated by date and name respectively) and has been ratified by ECCO. The content will be updated in conjunction with publication of new ECCO statements, new guidelines and guideline updates.

Algorithms

  • New presentation of ulcerative colitis, including severity assessment & IBDU
  • Treatment of proctitis, including quiescent, mild, moderate and severe disease
  • Treatment of left-sided colitis, including quiescent, mild, moderate and severe disease
  • Treatment of extensive colitis, including quiescent, mild, moderate and severe disease
  • Treatment of acute severe colitis, including considerations for surgery & initiating second line therapy
  • Maintenance therapy in ulcerative colitis, including considerations based on manner of induction of remission
  • Management of steroid / thiopurine refractory ulcerative colitis
  • Surgical management of ulcerative colitis, including consideration pre- and post-surgery
  • Investigation and treatment of pouchitis
  • Extra-intestinal manifestations in IBD
    Draft algorithms, based on 2015 consensus. Coming soon.

Info

The ECCO e-Guide is an expanding collection of algorithms based on the ECCO guidelines. These algorithms were developed during 2013-2016 by Dr. Marcus Harbord and Sociable Data, with assistance from many ECCO members, and ECCO committees particularly GuiCom and EduCom. The content is based on the most recent published ECCO guidelines (statements from prior or supportive guidelines are annotated by date and name respectively) and has been ratified by ECCO. The content will be updated in conjunction with publication of new ECCO statements, new guidelines and guideline updates.

Resources

Terms and conditions

By using this site you acknowledge that the content of this website is based on a review process of the ECCO Consensus Guidelines and primarily aims at facilitating their visualization.

Any treatment decisions are a matter for individual clinicians and may not be based primarily on the e-Guide content.

The European Crohn's and Colitis Organisation and/or any of its staff members and/or any website contributor may not be held liable for any information published in good faith on this website.

You agree that the use of this website is at your own risk and hereby waive any and all potential claims against European Crohn's and Colitis Organisation, and/or any of its staff members and/or any of the website contributors.