Cooperation with affiliated medical institutions
In order to ensure that patients fully understand intestinal flora transplants transplantation and that safe transplantation is performed at medical institutions affiliated with the Intestinal Flora Transplantation Clinical Research Group, all affiliated medical institutions are provided with prescribed training.
In addition, in order to reduce the risk of intestinal flora transplants transplantation to zero, and to help in more effective donor selection and purification of the bacterial solution, information provided by patients is shared between the medical institutions belonging to the Intestinal Flora Transplantation Clinical Research Group and Symbiosis Inc. which is in charge of purification of the bacterial solution.
From transplant consultation to post-transplant
Frequently asked questions about transplantation will be updated on this website. Many seminars and lectures on intestinal flora transplants transplantation, including videos, are available on our website.
Inquiries from patients are handled by the staff at the partner medical institutions via e-mail or phone. Transplant medical institutions and consultation partner institutions have personnel who can discuss transplantation with you, so please make an appointment to see them directly. We can also refer you to medical institutions through inquiries on this website.
Sharing common questions during consultation
We share and update the questions we frequently receive from patients at the time of inquiry, before, during, and after transplantation.Frequently Asked Questions Test
Training programs at medical institutions
All transplant providers receive training in the handling of bacterial fluids and learn how to deal with events that may occur in the transplant setting.
You can rest assured that well-trained clinicians and staff will be engaged to perform the transplant on your patient.
Real-time medical information sharing
During the transplant period, patients are seen multiple times for consultations and transplants.
The patients’ medical information at the time of consultation and transplantation (along with information on their daily experience, stool condition, dietary habits, etc.) is shared
online in real time with medical institutions belonging to the Intestinal Flora Transplantation Clinical Research Group and Symbiosis Corporation (which is in charge of purification of the bacterial solution) to share future treatment plans and proceed with the transplantation process.
Adverse event reporting system
When the effects and risks of a new treatment are examined, “adverse events” are reported other than side effects.
After all transplants and at the end of the post-transplant observation period, we ask patients to inform us of any worsening of their health condition that occurred after the transplant, along with a discussion of the causal relationship to the transplant.
If necessary, the condition of the donor stool used may be checked or retested.