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Synonyms for gastric

relating to or involving the stomach

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In contrast, another study suggested that the primary site of the inhibitory action of glucose on gastric motility is the CNS, probably the dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus (DMV), rather than the periphery (36).
Effects of repeated restraint stress on gastric motility in rats.
Effect of erythromycin on gastric motility in mechanically ventilated critically ill patients: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study.
1] The mechanism(s) mediating the effects of hyperglycemia on gastric motility are poorly defined but appear to involve nitric oxide pathways.
But the usefulness of paracetamol absorption test for gastric motility study is controversial (9).
Other than decreasing the pain it has also been shown to reduce blood loss intraoperatively, reduce the stress response of surgery and also a quicker return of gastric motility when compared to narcotics.
These agents have been implicated in the pathogenesis of gastric ulcer including enhanced gastric acid and pepsin secretion, inhibition of prostaglandin synthesis and cell proliferation growth, diminished gastric blood flow and gastric motility (7)
Postoperative complications or procedure failure can be as high as 25% in neurologically impaired children and may reflect an inherent esophageal or gastric motility disorder.
We speculate that this acute increase of ghrelin during smoking is related to adverse effects on gastric mucosa, gastric motility, mucosal blood flow, and concentrations of free radicals (8).
Domperidone (Motilium) is a gastric motility agent widely used in Canada, New Zealand, Germany, Australia, Mexico, and South Africa to treat gastric reflux and nausea.
Although metoclopramide usually is thought of as a gastric motility agent, it is classified as a neuroleptic but is seldom used in psychiatric practice.
Q: Could the vomiting be a sign of gastrointestinal disturbance or a lack of gastric motility, which may continue until the time of surgery?
Cisapride's only FDA-approved use is for the treatment of nocturnal gastroesophageal reflux disease, but its most important use in practice is in the management of gastric motility problems below the esophagus, noted Dr.
Strategies that focus on gastric motility and mucosal integrity will also be explored.