Multi-channel gastric electrical stimulation for the acceleration of gastric emptying

Jiande Chen, Xuemei Lin, Masaki Abo

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Abstract

The aims of this study were to investigate the efficiency and efficacy of multi-channel gastric electrical stimulation. Two experiments were performed in healthy female hound dogs. In experiment 1, entrainment by using multi-channel stimulation was investigated and the optimized parameters for entrainment were found. The total energy for 4 channels to entrain the entire stomach was 112 ms×mA. With the single channel stimulation, this value was 3000 ms×mA and the stomach was only partially entrained. In experiment 2, liquid gastric emptying was performed to compared the effect of single channel stimulation and multi-channel stimulation on liquid emptying. It was found that, by using multi-channel stimulation, liquid gastric emptying was significantly improved. At 60 min after feeding, the total emptied volume of liquids with multi-channel stimulation was significantly higher than that in the control session (241.0±21.6 ml vs. 190.8±30.2 ml, p

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationIEE Conference Publication
PublisherIEE
Pages60-65
Number of pages6
Edition476
StatePublished - 2000
Externally publishedYes
EventInterantional Conference on Advances in Medical Signal and Information Processing (MEDSIP 2000) - Bristol, UK
Duration: Sep 4 2000Sep 6 2000

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OtherInterantional Conference on Advances in Medical Signal and Information Processing (MEDSIP 2000)
CityBristol, UK
Period9/4/009/6/00

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Chen, J., Lin, X., & Abo, M. (2000). Multi-channel gastric electrical stimulation for the acceleration of gastric emptying. In IEE Conference Publication (476 ed., pp. 60-65). IEE.

Multi-channel gastric electrical stimulation for the acceleration of gastric emptying. / Chen, Jiande; Lin, Xuemei; Abo, Masaki.

IEE Conference Publication. 476. ed. IEE, 2000. p. 60-65.

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Chen, J, Lin, X & Abo, M 2000, Multi-channel gastric electrical stimulation for the acceleration of gastric emptying. in IEE Conference Publication. 476 edn, IEE, pp. 60-65, Interantional Conference on Advances in Medical Signal and Information Processing (MEDSIP 2000), Bristol, UK, 9/4/00.
Chen J, Lin X, Abo M. Multi-channel gastric electrical stimulation for the acceleration of gastric emptying. In IEE Conference Publication. 476 ed. IEE. 2000. p. 60-65
Chen, Jiande ; Lin, Xuemei ; Abo, Masaki. / Multi-channel gastric electrical stimulation for the acceleration of gastric emptying. IEE Conference Publication. 476. ed. IEE, 2000. pp. 60-65
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