Guy R. Voeller

David A. Iannitti1
Darcy H. Gagne1
1David A. Iannitti
1Darcy H. Gagne
1Jeffrey R. Scott
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BACKGROUND Electrical stimulation has been successfully employed to treat diseases involving electro-pathology in the heart, skeletal muscles, and the brain, but not in the GI tract. AIM This study examined the clinical feasibility and efficacy of GES in treating patients with severe gastroparesis. METHODS Nausea, vomiting, GEA, and liquid and solid(More)
Purpose. Operative efficiency improvements for laparoscopic ventral hernia repair (LVHR) have focused on reducing operative time while maintaining overall repair efficacy. Our objective was to evaluate procedure time and positioning accuracy of an inflatable mesh positioning device (Echo PS Positioning System), as compared to a standard transfascial suture(More)
on electrical stimulation for gastroparesis in a laparoscopic journal was unique to be sure. Drs de Csepel, Shapsis, and Jordan imply that they are the first to describe a lapa-roscopic method for placement of the gastric pacemaker. One only has to look at the article by Al-Juburi et al in the same issue to know that this is not the case. In addition, Drs(More)
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