Device helps detect new twist on acid reflux disease:

08/2/2008 | KABC-TV (Los Angeles)

Gastroenterologists are seeing an increasing number of acid reflux patients with unusual symptoms, such as chronic cough, asthma, indigestion and nausea. These patients actually have non-acid reflux, which stems from the success of their acid reducing medications in eliminating acid in the stomach. Physicians now have a new monitor that can detect non-acid reflux by measuring electrical resistance in the esophagus rather than acid levels.

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