Can transcutaneous recordings detect gastric electrical abnormalities?

@article{Familoni1991CanTR,
  title={Can transcutaneous recordings detect gastric electrical abnormalities?},
  author={Babajide O. Familoni and Kenneth L. Bowes and Y. Jack Kingma and Kenneth R. Cote},
  journal={Gut},
  year={1991},
  volume={32 2},
  pages={141-6}
}
The ability of transcutaneous recordings of gastric electrical activity to detect gastric electrical abnormalities was determined by simultaneous measurements of gastric electrical activity with surgically implanted serosal electrodes and cutaneous electrodes in six patients undergoing abdominal operations. Transient abnormalities in gastric electrical activity were seen in five of the six patients during the postoperative period. Recognition of normal gastric electrical activity by visual… CONTINUE READING
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