Su1795 Growth Factor Receptors in the Gastrointestinal Tract of the Rat - New Targets for Improved Anastomotic Healing?

@article{Drescher2013Su1795GF,
  title={Su1795 Growth Factor Receptors in the Gastrointestinal Tract of the Rat - New Targets for Improved Anastomotic Healing?},
  author={D. Drescher and L. Kulzer and C. Schimanski and H. Lang and I. Gockel},
  journal={Gastroenterology},
  year={2013},
  volume={144}
}
S A T A b st ra ct s also recorded. Overall group outcomes were compared using t-tests. Mixed models were used to compare changes over the 10 runs. Results: 33 subjects were randomized, 11 to each group. Overall mean task time was shorter for the LAP group than both the TEM-R and TEM-A groups (200 vs. 362 and 417 seconds; p ,.001) (See Figure). Subjects in all three groups showed improvement in time over the 10 runs (coefficient estimates -33, -62, and -61; p,.001 for each group). The LAP group… Expand