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Topic: Gastroparesis

  1. Brochure, Fact Sheet: Gastrointestinal Motility Disorders of the Esophagus and Stomach

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    By: William E. Whitehead, PhD

    This article reviews disorders caused by abnormal motility in the gastrointestinal tract (including GERD, dysphagia, functional chest pain, gastroparesis, and dyspepsia) and their characteristic symptoms, such as food sticking, pain, heartburn, nausea, and vomiting.

    Also available offline as a glossy color brochure (3.5" x 8.5"). Contact IFFGD for details.

    Non-Member Price: FREE View PDF
  2. Brochure: Gastroparesis (Delayed Gastric Emptying)

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    By: J. Patrick Waring, MD; William F. Norton, Communications Director, IFFGD

    This publication addresses frequently asked questions and provides an overview intended to help patients and family members understand gastroparesis; what it is, and how it is treated and managed.

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  3. Fact Sheet: Understanding the Quality of Life Impact of Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders

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    By: Brennan M. R. Spiegel, MD

    Functional gastrointestinal (G) disorders significantly impact health related quality of life. This impact is obvious to anyone who has a disorder, or to any provider who cares for people with these disorders. In light of this finding, several medical organizations suggest that healthcare providers carefully monitor the health related quality of life of their patients in order to help guide treatment decisions. However, some studies indicate that many (but by no means all) providers do a poor job of addressing their patients' concerns, and accurately assessing the impact of functional GI disorder symptoms on their overall health status. Patients, in turn, become dissatisfied with their care. This article aims to help both provider and patient understand health related quality of life and improve patient care.

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  4. Fact Sheet: Progressive GI Symptoms: Could it be Scleroderma?

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    By: Dinesh Khanna, MD, MS; Brennan M. R. Spiegel, MD

    On rare occasions, patients thought to have a functional GI disorder can develop progressive GI symptoms from another underlying condition. This is truly rare, but when symptoms do not respond as expected, or if symptoms get worse and worse despite a clinician’s best efforts, it may be worth considering other things. Scleroderma is a very rare disorder that, when present, can frequently affect the gut.

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  5. Fact Sheet: Gastroparesis

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    By: Frank Friedenberg, MD; Henry P. Parkman, MD

    Gastroparesis is a disorder in which the stomach empties very slowly. The delay in stomach emptying can result in bothersome symptoms that interfere with a patient’s life. This article reviews symptoms, tests, and treatments for gastroparesis.

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  6. Fact Sheet: Dietary and Nutritional Recommendations for Patients with Gastroparesis

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    By: Carol Rees Parrish, RD, MS; Edy Soffer, MD; Henry P. Parkman, MD

    The treatment of patients with gastroparesis generally relies on dietary modifications, medications that enhance gastric emptying, and medications that reduce nausea and vominting. This article offers tips for overcoming nausea, vomiting, and stomach fullness using dietary measures.

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  7. Fact Sheet: Gastroparesis

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    By: Information Adapted from the National Diseases Information Clearinghouse NIH

    Gastroparesis, also called delayed gastric emptying, is a disorder in which the stomach takes too long to empty its contents. This article discusses causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of gastroparesis.

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  8. Fact Sheet: Traveling with Gastroparesis

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    By: Crystal Zaborowski Saltrelli, CHC

    Gastroparesis is a gastrointestinal motility disorder in which the stomach empties too slowly, causing nausea, vomiting, pain, bloating, fullness, and/or reflux. There are very few effective treatments for the condition, so most patients rely on careful adherence to dietary and lifestyle modifications to minimize symptoms. While managing gastroparesis at home can be difficult, traveling poses an even greater challenge. With the right preparation, however, it is possible to enjoy time away with family and friends without compromising symptom management.

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  9. Fact Sheet: Common Questions About Gastroparesis (Delayed Gastric Emptying)

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    By: International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders IFFGD

    This publication addresses commonly asked questions about gastroparesis, a condition where symptoms occur and the stomach empties too slowly. No blockage is evident. The delayed emptying is confirmed by a test.

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  10. DHM: Digestive Health Matters Vol 21 Issue 2 - ELECTRONIC PDF

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    By: International Foundation for Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders IFFGD

    In this issue:

    • Sleep and GERD
    • Research News
      • Human Microbiome in Health and Disease
      • Functional Dyspepsia and Sleep
      • New FDA Application for Treatment of Opioid-Induced Constipation
    • Clinical Trials
    • Gastroparesis – An Overview
    • Books of Interest
    • Treatment News
    • Professional Announcements
      • Save the Date – IFFGD Professional Symposium
      • Investigators Sought for Phase 3 Trials
      • Joint International Neurogastroenterology and Motility Meeting
      • IFFGD Seeking Applications for 2013 Research Awards
    • Community News
      • Taking Action for Digestive Health
      • DHA Advocacy Day
      • Make the Functional GI and Motility Disorders Research Enhancement Act Law
      • Digestive Health Advocates Raise Awareness and Funds for Research

    Remember, Digestive Health Matters is FREE to Members.

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