(EGG) or R-R interval testing with the electrocardiogram (EKG) measure the basic electrical rhythm alterations in gastroparesis.
Provaznik, "The extraction of the new components from electrogastrogram
(EGG) using both adaptive filtering and electrocardiographic (ECG) derived respiration signal," Biomedical Engineering Online, vol.
In this study, Electrogastrogram
(EGG) signals were obtained from gastroparesis patients and healthy volunteers using cutaneous electrodes.
(EGG) is the electrogastrographic signals recorded from the surface of stomach by surface electrode.
Our experimental results are in partial agreement with another study on the analysis of parameters for detecting artifacts in surface electrogastrogram
Chen, "Correlations among electrogastrogram
, gastric dysmotility, and duodenal dysmotility in patients with functional dyspepsia," Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology, vol.
Patients were asked to self-apply ES/Sham ES for two hours after each lunch and dinner and the electrogastrogram
(EGG) and ECG were recorded at the beginning and end of each 4-week treatment.
Another application of the adaptive filtering for reducing the respiration and motion artefacts in electrogastrogram
is described in .
Recent findings suggest that about 75% of patients with CVS show rapid gastric emptying on electrogastrograms
, and this may help distinguish CVS from other vomiting disorders (Neurogastroenterol.
Using an electrogastrograph, an external electrical monitoring device that is to the stomach what the electrocardiograph is to the heart, he and his colleagues at Ohio State University in Columbus have been able to measure the "butterflies." The technique is also being used to study other conditions, among them motion sickness, which Pennsylvania State University researchers have linked to erratic electrogastrograms