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The quality of the evidence is graded as follows: high, if further research is unlikely to change our confidence in the estimate of the effect; moderate, if further research is likely to have an important impact and may change the estimate; and low, if further research is very likely to change the estimate. Use of anti-peristaltic agents in the setting of CDI must always be accompanied by medical therapy for CDI. (Strong recommendation, low-quality evidence).
Furthermore, in the absence of ileus or significant abdominal distention, oral or enteral feeding should be continued. (Conditional recommendation, low-quality evidence).