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Incidence and risk factors of dysphagia after variceal band ligation
In univariate analysis, pre-EVL MELD score and non-emergent initial banding were associated with long-term dysphagia, and in a regression model adjusted for age, sex, number of bands, and use of acid suppression after EVL, no factor was independently associated with dysphagIA. Expand
Mo1284 Impaired Gastric Fundic Accommodation in Gastroparesis: Relationship to Gastroparesis Cardinal Symptom Index (GCSI) Severity Scores
Not only nausea and vomiting improved, but there were also improvements seen in symptoms of early satiety, bloating and abdominal pain, indicating that the granisetron transdermal patch may be effective for treating nausea and nausea, and possibly other symptoms, in some refractory patients with gastroparesis. Expand
Su1442 Patient Related Factors (Patient Activation and Health Locus of Control) in Patients With Refractory Symptoms of Gastroparesis
A reliance of patients with gastroparesis, especially diabetic patients and those with abdominal pain, on "powerful others" (including physicians), rather than themselves is suggested, to help self-manage their own disease. Expand
Future Directions in Understanding Nausea and Vomiting
Future directions discussed include: better characterization of neural pathways and receptors mediating nausea and vomiting; improving evaluation of patients with chronic nausea and vomit; and improving treatments and enhancing drug development. Expand
Editorial: Presidential address.
  • S. Arasu
  • Medicine
  • The Medical journal of Malaysia
  • 1974