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Esophageal Manometry

High Resolution Manometry (HRM) is a state-of-the-art approach to measure pressures in the esophageal body and to present the results. This method consists of measuring multiple pressures simultaneously, allowing a detailed assessment of all relevant data for the whole esophagus. The HRM examination performs UES/LES investigations (also with water-perfused catheters) and improves understanding of the motility peristaltic pressure waves.

High Resolution Manometry can be used to measure peristalsis in the esophagus (HR(E)M). HRM can be combined with impedance measurement (HRIM) and/or video images and cineloops to view the swallows and bolus movement in the esophagus. In combination with contour plots, rapid data interpretation can be established. The Clouse contour plot display is easy to analyze due to the recognition of typical patterns. It is also used to avoid the risks of misdiagnosis of Achalasia.

EB Neuro offers conventional and high resolution siametry esophageal hand systems suitable for carrying out examinations in accordance with Chicago Classification 3.0, with reference values ​​integrated into the software. Studies can be performed with either reusable or single-use catheters. This offers maximum flexibility in system configuration set-up, clinical solution, investment, and procedure costs. Contact us to find the best version for you.