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Congenital sucrase–isomaltase deficiency: diagnostic challenges and response to enzyme replacement therapy
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    Re:Invertase is an alternative to Sucraid in the treatment of CSID

    My child also has CSID. She is about to be 8 yrs old and has been on Sucraid for the last 6-7 yrs. I am looking for an alternative to this medication as sometimes we cannot get the medication and have to go a strict diet until we can get some again. I will look into this alternative and post results later.

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    Invertase is an alternative to Sucraid in the treatment of CSID
    • Iain S. Chalmers, Paediatric Gastroenterology Registrar
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      • Ghassan Al-Hourani, and Richard K. Russell

    We read with interest the article by Puntis and Zamvar(1), reporting their experience of children with congenital sucrase-isomaltase deficiency (CSID) including response to enzyme replacement therapy with Sucraid (sucrasidase). We report our own experience of a child with CSID which offers an additional perspective and therapeutic option. Our patient is a girl who was diagnosed with CSID at 8 months of age. She was refer...

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