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321 Possible Causes for Gastric Retention

  • Acute Gastroenteritis

    We report a fatal case of acute gastroenteritis in a child with autism spectrum disorder. Multiple viral coinfections were detected by PCR in the patient's stool and digestive biopsy specimens. As viral detection is not necessarily associated with symptomatic disease, a semi-quantitative approach using cycle treshold[…][]

  • Appendicitis

    Appendectomy is the most commonly performed surgical procedure, affecting 1%-8% of the paediatric population, with a total 7% lifetime risk, most likely in adolescents and young adults.A case of familial aggregation was reported in our hospital in a family composed of nine siblings from which six of them (66.6%) had[…][]

  • Diabetic Ketotic Coma

    Ketones have a paralytic effect on smooth muscle cells, which may lead to gastric retention (with a gastric splash on physical examination) and profuse vomiting as well as[]

  • Prepyloric Ulcer

    Complications of Surgery Early Duodenal stump leakage, gastric retention, haemorrhage in post-operative period.[] It manifests as gastric retention, nausea, and profuse vomiting; some patients develop hypokalemia and alkalosis.[]

  • Splenectomy

    retention 3 months postoperatively ( P .0001), and prokinetic use at 1 month ( P .009) and 3 months postoperatively ( P .05) compared with the LSD without modified LP group[] Gastric emptying scintigraphy showed that the mean time required to empty 50% of the ingested meal was significantly shorter in the LSD with modified LP group than in the[] […] with modified LP group had significantly reduced incidences of bloating 1 month postoperatively ( P .05), nausea ( P .05), and bloating ( P .05) 3 months postoperatively, gastric[]

  • Baclofen

    This modification, called a “gastric retention system”, gives sustained release of baclofen over a long period and they believe that this will allow baclofen to be given only[]

  • Movement Disorder

    ACCORDANCE A Phase III, Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Double-Dummy, Active-Controlled Study Comparing the Efficacy and Safety of Gastric Retentive, Controlled Release[]

  • Lactulose

    Patients with possible bowel obstruction, gastric retention, bowel perforation, toxic colitis, toxic megacolon, ileus or previous colonic surgery.[]

  • Nizatidine

    All the 84 patients were classified at baseline with DGE (gastric retention 6.3% at 4 hours) or normal gastric emptying.[] Keywords Pulsatile drug delivery systems; Gastric retention; Chronopharmacokinetics; Nizatidine Introduction Chronotherapeutic drug delivery system is one of advanced approach[] In the 39 patients identified with DGE, change from placebo baseline (CFB) for percent gastric retention at 4-hour postmeal with nizatidine CR (150 and 300 mg) was each improved[]

  • Cholecystolithiasis

    The gastric retention time (lag phase) and gastric emptying half-time of solid and semisolid were determined and the results obtained before and after surgery were compared[] No significant differences (p 0.05) in gastric retention time and gastric emptying half-time of solid and semisolid test meals were observed before and after cholecystectomy[]

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