Vol. 6 Issue 5 - May 2019
17th World Congress for Esophageal Diseases
September 20-23, 2020
Toronto, Canada

Mark your calendars for the ISDE 2020 congress in Toronto, Canada to share information on latest technologies and new developments in the field and enjoy opportunities to connect with peers.

Invited sessions will be announced soon. Stay tuned!
What is the best method for calculating the optimal position of an esophageal pH probe in children?

DOTE Volume 32, Issue 5 | Featured Article
In assessment of distal esophageal pH, the sensor of the probe should be placed above the upper border of the lower esophageal sphincter. There are several methods to estimate the distance from the nose where the probe should be fixed according to the patient's height. We studied the accuracy of these methods. Data of patients who underwent esophageal monitoring were collected prospectively. The esophageal pH electrode was set with the aid of fluoroscopy in all cases, considering the location recommended by the current guideline. Read more.

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