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Research

H2S SIBO Registry

Two different SIBO breath tests

Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) is a medical diagnosis receiving growing attention in terms of clinical awareness, research and diagnostic testing. The H2S SIBO Registry is a place for practitioners to track their cases with the goal of generating preliminary data that will support subsequent randomized controlled trials. If you are a practitioner that treats H2S SIBO based on empiric, flatline H2, or the TrioSmart test, your participation will advance knowledge in this area and benefit the SIBO community.

How does it work? Providers input data about each patient. Each entry takes about three minutes to complete. All information is entered anonymously. No patient identifying information is used. Practitioners can return to each case for updates and also print out a summary for the patient’s chart. 

Access the registry at https://redcap.nunm.edu/redcap/surveys/?s=CNXFLKYP8J

For questions or more information contact Josh Goldenberg, ND at jgoldenberg@nunm.edu.

This study has been reviewed and approved for exemption status by the NUNM IRB (IRB# JG41321).