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Smaller CO2 injection volume and lower gastric pressure induce bothersome symptoms in drug-resistant functional dyspepsia patients with less frequent belching.

Following the CO2 injection, patients developed abdominal pain and troubling signs when they first noticed abdominal pain and troubling signs. In drug-resistant FD patients, initial and bothersome signs in the upper abdomen were significantly lower, with a significantly lower gastric pressure and significantly smaller CO2 injection volume than in non-FD patients. Bothersome symptoms in drug-resistant FD patients lead to reduced gastric pressure and smaller CO2 injection volume than those in non-FD patients.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35834545


British Society of Gastroenterology guidelines on the management of functional dyspepsia.

Functional dyspepsia is a common disorder of gut-brain interactions that affects approximately 7% of people in the community, with the majority of patients being treated in primary care. In 1996, the last British Society of Gastroenterology bookline for the management of dyspepsia was published. This guideline, which was sponsored by the BSG, seeks to analyze and summarise the latest evidence to inform and guide clinical practice by giving a practical framework for evidence-based diagnosis and treatment of patients. Based on findings obtained from a comprehensive search of the medical literature, the treatment of patients with dyspepsia is considered, as well as the validity of drugs in FD has been summarized. According to the Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Innovation, and Evaluation, Specific recommendations have been made.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35798375


Efficacy of Slow Nutrient Drinking Test for Evaluating Postprandial Distress Symptom in Japanese Patients With Functional Dyspepsia.

As a pathophysiology of FD, improved gastric accommodation has been suggested. This research seeks to determine the safety of this slow nutrient drinking test in patients with FD in Japan. To pour the liquid meal into cups, an infusion pump was used. Conclusions The test ending time in patients with FD was significantly shorter in patients with FD than in healthy participants. The optimal cutoff time for finding patients with FD was 30 minutes, according to the receiver operating characteristic curve. Healthy participants and those with FD were never the same, as the severity of meal-related and abdominal symptoms between healthy people and those with FD was always different. The short test end time was determined by the presence of signs of postprandial distress syndrome in univariate and multivariate studies. In Japan, the 30-minute slow nutrient drinking test is a minimally invasive way of determining signs of postprandial distress syndrome among patients with FD.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35799236


Association Between Eating Behavior, Frequency of Meals, and Functional Dyspepsia in Young Japanese Population.

Objectives/goals Functional dyspepsia is a common digestive disease worldwide and affects patient quality of life. However, just a few studies have investigated the connection between eating habits and FD. In a young Japanese cohort, the aim of this cross-sectional research is to determine the connection between eating habits and the prevalence of FD. Methods In this research, we recruited 8923 Japanese university students. Conclusions The FD subjects had a younger mean age, a lower body mass index, and a smaller number of men than the non-FD groups, according to the FD subjects. An independent positive relationship between skipping breakfast and/or lunch and FD was discovered. According to 0. 8%, 2. 2 percent, and 1. 7%, respectively, the prevalence of FD in people eating 1, 2, and 3 meals per day. Conclusions: The frequency of meals in the young Japanese people may be inversely linked to the occurrence of FD.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35799235


Outcomes of combined pyloric botulinum toxin injection and balloon dilation in dyspepsia with and without delayed gastric emptying.

BACKGROUND Xin injection has improved outcomes in children with delayed gastric emptying. We wanted to find out the clinical reaction to combined endoscopic intra-pyloric botulinum toxin injection and pyloric balloon dilation in patients with dyspepsia. Methods Aspects of Epidemepsia Patients were reviewed by electronic medical records to gather demographic, disease, and follow-up on patients with dyspepsia. Within 12 months, no change, partial, or complete improvement in symptoms had been identified. To pair cases and controls, Prosperity score matching based on age, gender, and symptom duration was used. Following propensity comparing, 63 patients were enrolled in each group. The average age of cases was 14. 5 years in 14. 5 u00b1 3. 9y; 62% were females, and 98% were Caucasian, with 62% being female and 98% Caucasian. In addition, 83% of 46 cases and 94% of 49 controls with scintigraphy scans delayed gastric emptying. Following matching, 76% of cases showed partial or complete improvement compared to 49 percent controls within 12 months.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35083974


Saam Acupuncture for Treating Functional Dyspepsia: A Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial.

Traditional Korean acupuncture, Saam acupuncture, is commonly used to treat FD in Korean medicine clinical settings. This study was designed to determine the possibility, preliminary effectiveness, and safety of Saam acupuncture for treating FD. Patients with FD were randomly assigned to either an acupuncture plus standard care group or a traditional care group, according to the ROME III criteria. In the acupuncture group, individualized FD and systemic disorders was administered three times a week for four weeks. At Week 4, significant differences were found between the two groups in the dyspepsia symptoms determined by GIS, VAS, and PGA, though there was no significant difference between the two groups in the dyspepsia symptoms as determined by GIS, VAS, and PGA, and PGA. Compared to the usual care group at Week 4, the early satiety subscore of GIS was noticeably elevated in the Saam acupuncture group.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35815291


Effect of Kvass on Improving Functional Dyspepsia in Rats.

Patients with gastrointestinal diseases often have a poor response to standard drug therapy and suffer from adverse reactions. To reduce the symptoms of FD patients, Kvass can be used as a non-side effects nutrient drink. The prevalence of ghrelin, motilin, and gastrin in the plasma and reduced the amount of vasoactive intestinal peptide in the plasma had significantly reduced in the treatment group, according to the study; a high dose of Kvass may have raised the contents of ghrelin, motilin, and gastrin in the plasma and reduced the contents of vaping; and a high dose of ghrelin, MTL, and GAS in the gastric spora.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35799630

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