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Manometric Methods Education Programme References Publications Relevant to Technical Aspects of Manometric Measurement Methods Reviews 1. Dodds WJ, Stef JJ, Hogan WJ. Factors determining pressure measurement accuracy by intraluminal esophageal manometry. Gastroenterology 70: 117-123 (1976).

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manometric methods education programme references
Manometric Methods Education ProgrammeReferences

Publications Relevant to Technical Aspects of Manometric Measurement Methods

Reviews

1. Dodds WJ, Stef JJ, Hogan WJ. Factors determining pressure measurement accuracy by intraluminal esophageal manometry. Gastroenterology 70: 117-123 (1976).

2. Dodds WJ. Instrumentation and methodology for intraluminal esophageal manometry. Archives of Internal Medicine 136: 515-523 (1976).

Original Articles

1. Stef JJ, Dodds WJ, Hogan WJ et al. Intraluminal esophageal manometry: an analysis of variables affecting recording fidelity of peristaltic pressures. Gastroenterology 67: 221-230 (1974).

2. Arndorfer RC, Stef JJ, Dodds WJ et al. Improved infusion system for intraluminal esophageal manometry. Gastroenterology 73: 23-27 (1977).

3. Dent J, Culross J, Morris JM. A pneumatically driven pump for constant perfusion manometry.The Australian Journal of Experimental Biology and Medical Science 55: 293-298 (1977).

4. Orlowski J, Dodds WJ, Linehan JH et al. Requirements for accurate manometric recording of pharyngeal and esophageal peristaltic pressure waves. Investigative Radiology 17: 567-572 (1982).

5. Kahrilas PJ, Wu S, Lin S, Pouderoux P. Attenuation of esophageal shortening during peristalsis with hiatus hernia. Gastroenterology 109: 1818-1825 (1995).

6. Omari T, Bakewell M, Fraser R et al. Intraluminal micromanometry: an evaluation of the dynamic performance of micro-extrusions and sleeve sensors. Neurogastroenterology and Motility 8: 241-245 (1996).

7. Chen WH, Omari TI, Holloway RH et al. A comparison of micromanometric and standard manometric techniques for recording of oesophageal motility. Neurogastroenterology and Motility 10: 253-262 (1998).

8. Omari TI, Benninga MA, Haslam RR et al. Lower esophageal sphincter position in premature infants cannot be correctly estimated with current formulas. Journal of Pediatrics 135: 522-525 (1999).

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Reviews on Applications of Oesophageal Manometry to Clinical Diagnosis

1. Kahrilas PJ, Clouse RE, Hogan WJ. An American Gastroenterological Association medical position statement on the clinical use of esophageal manometry. Gastroenterology 107: 1865-1884 (1994).

2. Dent J, Holloway RH. Esophageal motility and reflux testing: State-of-the-Art and clinical role in the 21st Century. Gastroenterology Clinics of North America 25: 51-73 (1996).

Technical Aspects of the Sleeve Sensor and Its Application to Specific Sphincters

General

1. Dent J. A new technique for continuous sphincter pressure measurement. Gastroenterology 71: 263-267 (1976).

2. Linehan JH, Dent J, Dodds WJ, Hogan WJ. The sleeve device functions as a starling resistor to record sphincter pressure. American Journal of Physiology 248:G251-255 (1985).

Upper Oesophageal Spincter

1. Cook IJ, Dent J, Shannon S, Collins SM. Measurement of upper esophageal sphincter pressure: The effect of acute emotional stress. Gastroenterology 93: 526-532 (1987).

2. Kahrilas PJ, Dent J, Dodds WJ, et al. A method for continuous monitoring of upper esophageal sphincter pressure. Dig Dis Sci 32:73-80 (1988).

3. Kahrilas PJ, Dodds WJ, Dent J et al. Upper esophageal sphincter function during deglutition. Gastroenterology 95: 52-62 (1988).

4. Davidson GP, Dent J, Willing J. Monitoring of upper oesophageal sphincter pressure in children. Gut 32: 607-611 (1991)

5. Omari T, Snel A, Barnett C et al. Measurement of upper esophageal sphincter tone and relaxation during swallowing in premature infants. American Journal of Physiology 277 (Gastrointestinal Liver Physiology 40): G862-G866 (1999).

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Technical Aspects of the Sleeve Sensor and Its Application to Specific Sphincters cont...

Pylorus

1. Heddle R, Dent J, Toouli J, Read NW. Topography and measurement of pyloric pressure waves and tone in humans. American Journal of Physiology 255: G490-G497 (1988).

Ileocaecal and Anal Sphincter

1. Quigley EMM, Dent J, Phillips SF. Manometry of the canine ileocolonic sphincter: a comparison of the sleeve method to point sensors. American Journal of Physiology 252: 9585-9591 (1987).

2. Orkin BA, Hanson RG, Kelly KA et al. Human anal motility while fasting, after feeding, and during sleep. Gastroenterology 100: 1016-1023 (1991).

Children and Infants – Application of Micromanometry and the Sleeve Sensor to Oesophageal

Function Testing

Review

1. Omari TI, Dent J. Assessment of oesophageal motor function in children and neonates. Japanese Journal of Paediatric Surgery 33: 25-30 (1997).

Original Articles

1. Omari T, Miki K, Davidson GP et al. Esophageal body and lower esophageal sphincter function in healthy premature infants. Gastroenterology 109: 1757-1764 (1995).

2. Omari TI, Miki K, Davidson GP et al. Characterisation of lower esophageal sphincter relaxation in healthy premature infants. Gut 40(3): 370-375 (1997).

3. Kawahara H, Dent J, Davidson G. Mechanisms responsible for gastroesophageal reflux in children. Gastroenterology 113: 399-408 (1997).

4. Omari TI, Miki K, Davidson G et al. Characterisation of relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter in healthy premature infants. Gut 40: 370-375 (1997).

5. Omari TI, Barnett C, Snel A et al. Mechanisms of gastroesophageal reflux in healthy premature infants. Journal of Pediatrics 133: 650-654 (1998).

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Children and Infants – Application of Micromanometry and the Sleeve Sensor to Oesophageal

Function Testing cont...

Original Articles cont...

6. Omari TI, Benninga MA, Barnett CP et al. Characterization of esophageal body and lower esophageal sphincter motor function in the very premature neonate. Journal of Pediatrics 135: 517-521 (1999).

7. Omari T, Snel A, Barnett C et al. Measurement of upper esophageal sphincter tone and Relaxation during swallowing in premature infants. American Journal of Physiology 277 (Gastrointest Liver Physiol 40): G862-G866 (1999).

Ambulatory and High Resolution Perfused Manometry

Ambulatory Perfused Manometry

1. Schoeman MN, Tippett MD, Akkermans LMA et al. Mechanisms of gastroesophageal reflux in ambulant healthy human subjects. Gastroenterology 108: 83-91 (1995)

2. Penagini R, Schoeman MN, Dent J et al. Motor events underlying gastro-oesophageal reflux in ambulant patients with reflux oesophagitis. Neurogastroenterology and Motility 8: 131-141 (1996).

High Resolution Manometry and Topographic Analysis

1. Clouse RE, Staiano A, Alrakawi A. Development of a topographic analysis system for manometric studies in the gastrointestinal tract. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 48: 395-410 (1998).

2. Samsom M, Smout AJPM, Hebbard G et al. A novel portable perfused manometric system for recording of small intestinal motility. Neurogastroenterology and Motility 10: 139-148 (1998).

3. Clouse RE, Prakash C. Topographic esophageal manometry: An emerging clinical and investigative approach. Digestive Diseases 18: 64-74 (2000).

4. Clouse RE, Staiano A, Alrakawi A, Haroian L. Application of topographical methods to clinical esophageal manometry. American Journal of Gastroenterology 95: 2720-2730 (2000).

5. Clouse RE, Staiano A, Alrakawi A. Topographical analysis of esophageal double-peaked waves. Gastroenterology 118: 469-476 (2000).