Suhail H. Allos

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The small intestinal basic electrical rhythm (BER) was detected simultaneously with serosal electrodes and a transabdominal superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) magnetometer in anesthetized rabbits. We induced mesenteric ischemia to correlate serosal electrode recording of changes in BER with the SQUID magnetometer. The BER frequency was(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors assessed the ability of a Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) magnetometer to noninvasively detect mesenteric ischemia in a rabbit model. SUMMARY BACKGROUND DATA Superconducting Quantum Interference Device magnetometers have been used to detect magnetic fields created by the basic electrical rhythm (BER) and to detect(More)
Although mesenteric venous thrombosis carries a better prognosis than arterial thrombosis, mortality and morbidity are still high. Previous studies have shown that the basic electrical rhythm (BER) of the bowel decreases early after induction of arterial ischemia. Furthermore, our studies have shown that these changes occur prior to pathologic changes and(More)
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