Long-term ambulatory gastric pH monitoring: validation of a new method and effect of H2-antagonists.

@article{Fimmel1985LongtermAG,
  title={Long-term ambulatory gastric pH monitoring: validation of a new method and effect of H2-antagonists.},
  author={Claus J. Fimmel and A Etienne and T. Cilluffo and C von Ritter and Th{\'e}o Gasser and Joost P. Rey and P Caradonna-Moscatelli and Francesco Sabbatini and Fabio Pace and Hans W. B{\"u}hler},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={1985},
  volume={88 6},
  pages={
          1842-51
        }
}
A new ambulatory monitoring system was evaluated for long-term measurements of gastric acidity. A close correlation was observed between values indicated by the pH electrode of the system and the pH of simultaneously aspirated gastric juice, suggesting that the electrode signaled the pH of the gastric fluid content. When the pH electrode was passed via an endoscope, and its bulb was placed against the corpus mucosa, a higher acidity was recorded as compared with gastric juice. To test whether… CONTINUE READING

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