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Exclusion of the meal period improves the clinical reliability of esophageal pH monitoring.
Alginic acid decreases postprandial upright gastroesophageal reflux. Comparison with equal-strength antacid.
Laryngopharyngeal reflux identified using a new catheter design: defining normal values and excluding artifacts.
The influence of rapid food intake on postprandial reflux: studies in healthy volunteers.
Ingestion of acidic foods mimics gastroesophageal reflux during pH monitoring.
Gastroesophageal reflux induced by exercise in healthy volunteers.
Chocolate and heartburn: evidence of increased esophageal acid exposure after chocolate ingestion.
Effectiveness of foaming antacid in relieving induced heartburn.
Lower esophageal sphincter pressure changes after food ingestion.
Exclusion of meal periods from ambulatory 24-hour pH monitoring may improve diagnosis of esophageal acid reflux.
A comparison of the effect of olestra and triglyceride on postprandial esophageal acid exposure.
Does diet affect values obtained during prolonged ambulatory pressure monitoring.