Studies Have Shown

Studies have shown that treating and eradicating gastric dysrhythmias and establishing a normal 3-cpm gastric myoelectric rhythm, not normalization of emptying rates, is associated with improvement in upper gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with diabetic gastroparesis. Another study suggests that gastroparesis (present in many patients with symptoms of functional gastrointestinal disease) is associated with gastric dysrhythmias and that prokinetic drugs can be effective in re-establishing a normal gastric electrical rhythm.This technology has been developed by a university gastroenterologist for Gastroenterology Practices, Hospitals, and Endoscopy. 

Studies have shown that treating and eradicating gastric dysrhythmias and establishing a normal 3-cpm gastric myoelectric rhythm, not normalization of emptying rates, is associated with improvement in upper gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with diabetic gastroparesis. Another study suggests that gastroparesis (present in many patients with symptoms of functional gastrointestinal disease) is associated with gastric dysrhythmias and that prokinetic drugs can be effective in re-establishing a normal gastric electrical rhythm.This technology has been developed by a university gastroenterologist for Gastroenterology Practices, Hospitals, and Endoscopy.