Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Mar 1, , M. del Mar Tolín Hernani and others published Impedanciometría intraluminal multicanal esofágica. Casos Clínicos Caso Clínico N° 1. Lourdes 1° Consulta en Gastroenterología: 7 meses. MC: Ahogos y vómitos luego del alimento. Impedanciometría intraluminal multicanal esofágica: fundamentos técnicos y aplicaciones clínicas. Esophagic multichannel intraluminal impedance. Technical .

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It permits the detection of any retrograde flux of stomach juices and impedanciometrix them from swallowing. Multichannel intraluminal impedance MII -pH-testing could prove advantageous in the detection of acid reflux and non-acid reflux, the clearing times for these and the progression distances up the esophagus.

There was an average of 75 IQ: Other parameters were also considered: So we ask ourselves, if combining pH-testing with MII would possibly improve upon the proficiency of the diagnoses. The combination of both techniques permits the detection of all reflux events and offers the best possible evaluation of the functionality of the anti-reflux barrier. Doshi A, Stucky ER. The sensitivity of multichannel intraluminal impedance and the pH probe in the evaluation of gastroesophageal reflux in children.

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The gold standard in detection of gastrointestinal reflux disease? Thus, it is possible to complete the study of GER, thereby permitting the classification of acidic or non-acidic episodes an average of 58 mildly-acidic or non-acidic refluxes were detected per patientdefining the relationship between atypical symptoms and each type of episode, characterizing the type of material refluxed in liquid, gas or mixed form, and determining the ascension height and the clearing time 12,13much greater in the middle and lower thirds than is detectable with pH-testing this is evident in table I and justified by the possibility that the bolus persists in the esophagus but with a progressive increase in pH.


These manuscripts contain updated topics with a major clinical or conceptual relevance in modern medicine. In our data, the number of non-acid refluxes was Rate and characteristics of acid, weakly acidic, and weakly alkaline gastroesophageal reflux.

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Pediatric gastroesophageal reflux clinical practice guidelines: The relation between MII and pH-testing, in addition to providing data impedanciomettria non-acid refluxes, non-liquid refluxes and the distance traveled by the bolus, gives information about improving the efficiency of the diagnosis without submitting the patient to any additional risks. Normal values and day-to-day variability of h ambulatory oesophageal impedance-pH monitoring in a Belgian-French cohort of healthy subjects.

CiteScore measures average citations received per document published. Ambulatory h esophageal pH monitoring: Indications, methodology, and interpretation of combined esophageal impedance-pH monitoring in children: Given that pH-testing is considered to be the golden standard for defining the GER pathology, the parameters considered from the start to be labeled as “classic” include the following: Here the time for the esophagus to clear was 4.

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Hospital Materno-Infantil Carlos Haya. The relationship between GER and obstructive or mixed apnea is i,pedanciometria convincing during waking hours, in the supine position or within an hour of having been fed. Technical bases and clinical applications. The effectiveness of the diagnosis, ijpedanciometria, improves when combining the two techniques. Objectives The objective of this work is a description of the epidemiological and clinical data from infants admitted for ALTE and subjected to MII-pH-testing over the study period and the comparison of those results obtained via these two methods determining the sensitivity and the specificity of each one.


Acids during gastro-esophageal reflux GER have been considered the main cause for gastro-esophageal reflux disease GERD in infants 1a disease which manifests with digestive and extra-gastrointestinal symptoms such as apnea and apparent life threatening episodes ALTE 2.

Gastroesophageal reflux disease in neonates and infants: The average length of testing was There exist published values for premature infants 17 and adults 18, The software used incorporated automatic analysis of the entries and easy-to-read and easy-to-interpret readouts. MII identified a total of 8, events; only 3, among them were refluxes, with a median of 75 IQ: Additionally the reproducibility of the MII-pH-testing data is relatively poor in children No patients had previously received either antacids or prokinetic treatments.

Twenty-four-hour esophageal impedance-pH monitoring in healthy preterm neonates: Thirty-three patients were diagnosed with GER.

Informed consent was obtained in all case studies. Using MII-pH-testing, the average amount of acid refluxes per patient were Aliment Pharmacol Ther ; Reflux is best detected by impedance and its acidity is best determined by pH-testing.

For this, the following parameters were taken into account: The researcher is required to dedicate, on average, somewhere between 30 minutes and 4 hours 21 for the interpretation of results for this test. Esophagic multichannel intraluminal impedance.