Transcutaneous Intraluminal Impedance Measurement for Minimally Invasive Monitoring of Gastric Motility: Validation in Acute Canine Models

@inproceedings{Poscente2014TranscutaneousII,
  title={Transcutaneous Intraluminal Impedance Measurement for Minimally Invasive Monitoring of Gastric Motility: Validation in Acute Canine Models},
  author={Michael D. Poscente and Gang Wang and Dobromir Filip and Polya Ninova and Gregory P Muench and Orly Yadid-Pecht and Martin P. Mintchev and Christopher N. Andrews},
  booktitle={Gastroenterology research and practice},
  year={2014}
}
Transcutaneous intraluminal impedance measurement (TIIM) is a new method to cutaneously measure gastric contractions by assessing the attenuation dynamics of a small oscillating voltage emitted by a battery-powered ingestible capsule retained in the stomach. In the present study, we investigated whether TIIM can reliably assess gastric motility in acute canine models. Methods. Eight mongrel dogs were randomly divided into 2 groups: half received an active TIIM pill and half received an… CONTINUE READING

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