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Positive Association Between Sleep Disturbance and Prevalence of Functional Dyspepsia in Japanese Young People

Aims This research was conducted in the hopes of finding the connection between sleep disturbance and FD among Japanese young people. Although nocturnal awakening and daytime sleepiness were not connected to EPS, the other sleep disorders that were independently related to EPS and PDS were nevertheless positively linked to EPS and PDS. Conclusions Sleep deficiency can be independently positively correlated with the presence of FD among Japanese young people. Nocturnal awakening and daytime sleepiness were not related to EPS; the other forms of sleep disturbance were independently linked to EPS and PDS; no such sleep disorders were linked with EPS or PDS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10620-021-07260-3


Dyspepsia in Montenegrin chronic kidney disease patients undergoing hemodialysis: endoscopic and histopathological features

Methods The study included 43 patients undergoing hemodialysis with signs of dyspepsia, and 40 control dyspeptic patients with preserved kidney function. Chronic kidney disease patients had statistically lower total proteins and albumin levels, as well as lower BMI levels. Chronic active gastritis was the most common finding in hemodialysis patients, according to a pathohistological examination, while chronic atrophic gastritis was significantly more common in dialytic patients. Patients on hemodialysis had more often atrophy of corpus mucosa, which was positively correlated to dialysis time and negatively related to pH values and bicarbonate concentrations. Helicobacter pylori was more prevalent in patients who underwent shorter periods of hemodialysis and had higher levels of bicarbonate. Conclusions Both dialysis vintage and duration are risking chronic gastric disease in hemodialysis patients.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11255-021-03075-3


Pilot Study of a Self-Administered Hypnosis Intervention for Functional Dyspepsia

Historically poor therapy options are a common disorder of the upper gastrointestinal tract that currently does not have widely available therapy options. Aims To assess the potential and potential effects of a completely automated gut-directed hypnosis intervention performed by audio recordings to determine the reliability and potential effects on FD symptoms and well-being. Methods FD patients were enrolled in a joint medical center and given access to a password-secured website where they conducted 7 bi-weekly audio-recorded hypnosis sessions over a 3-month period. The Patient assessment of upper respiratory symptom severity index, Short-Form Nepepsia Index, the Visceral Sensitivity Index, and the Brief Symptom Inventory were all completed online, pre-treatment, mid-treatment, post-treatment, and a 3-month follow-up, as well as a 3-month follow-up. The FD symptoms of treatment participants improved, according to 68% of treatment completeers. Significantly positively correlated with baseline PAGI-SYM total scores and BSI Global Severity Index scores, according to BSI Global Severity Index results.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10620-021-07183-z


The Prevalence of the Celiac Disease in Patients with Dyspepsia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Patients with celiac disease can often have dyspepsia-related symptoms. To determine the prevalence of CeD in patients with dyspepsia, we conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of the available literature to determine the presence of CeD in patients with dyspepsia. Patients with dyspepsia were not higher in patients with dyspepsia or controls than in controls. Both seroprevalence and prevalence of biopsy-confirmed CeD were not elevated in patients with dyspepsia. Conclusions The prevalence of CeD in patients with dyspepsia in patients with dyspepsia was 1. 5%, but it was not significantly higher than the general population. These findings do not support the screening of patients with dyspepsia for CeD.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10620-021-07142-8

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