The Digitrapper™ reflux testing system monitors extra-esophageal symptoms and differentiates between reflux and non-reflux events to help you understand the root cause of reflux symptoms in your patients.([FOOTNOTE=Sifrim D, Castell D, Dent J, Kahrilas PJ. Gastro-oesophageal reflux monitoring: review and consensus report on detection and definitions of acid, non-acid, and gas reflux. Gut. 2004;53(7):1024-1031. Page 1030.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=])
By measuring the acid content and duration of each reflux event, the Digitrapper™ reflux testing system helps determine adequacy of acid control in patients on or off PPI therapy.([FOOTNOTE=Garrean CP, et al. Acid Reflux Detection and Symptom-Reflux Association using 4-Day Wireless pH Recording Combining 48-Hour Periods Off and On PPI Therapy. Am J Gastroenterol. 2008;103:1631-1637. Page 1636, Col 2.],[ANCHOR=],[LINK=])
The Digitrapper™ reflux testing system provides a valuable solution for evaluating acid reflux symptoms, helping you to develop the best care plans for your patients.
The Digitrapper™ reflux testing system enables a thorough evaluation of acid reflux symptoms, helping physicians to improve management of GERD patients and develop the best care plans.1
We believe that education is key to equipping you with the tools you need to help improve the health of patients. This resource is designed to help new and existing users develop a solid foundation for using the Digitrapper™ reflux testing and AccuView™ software to perform 24-hour pH and pH and impedance studies.
To access the training, please click the link below and enter the password provided by your Medtronic representative. If you do not have a password and are interested in this training opportunity, please contact your Medtronic representative. To schedule a remote LogMeIn support session with a Clinical Product Specialist, select the second option.
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3. Gawron AJ, Pandolfino JE. Ambulatory reflux monitoring in GERD: which test should be performed and should therapy be stopped? Curr Gastroenterol Rep. 2013;15(4):316 Page 7.