PMID: 40303Jan 1, 1979

12-Hour simultaneous registration of acid reflex and peristaltic activity in the oesophagus. A study in normal subjects

Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology
L Wallin, T Madsen

Abstract

Twelve-hour simultaneous registration of acid gastro-oesophageal reflux and peristaltic activity in the oesophagus was carried out on 30 healthy subjects. The intensity of the acid gastro-oesophageal reflux was determined by automatic integration of the pH variation. Acid gastro-oesophageal reflux to pH less than or equal to 4 occurs in normal subjects within a range of 0--2.4% of the total registration period. The intravariation was measured in 10 investigations on 1 subject, and lay within the intervariation. To maintain the pressure-measuring system intact, 3 ml H2O/h were fed to the proximal and distal pressure catheters, respectively; it has been shown that this small quantity of water has no influence on the pH variation. Peristaltic activity for the entire measuring period was recorded and related to the individual reflex episodes. The total activity was found to be dependent on the level of consciousness, with little activity occurring during sleep. A positive correlation was found between the lowest pH during a reflux episode and the peristaltic activity in the oesophagus (p less than 0.001), between the lowest pH during a reflux episode and the duration of the reflux episode (p less than 0.001), and between the perist...Continue Reading

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