GMMS-2001pH / GMMS-2002pH
Enables 24-hour ambulatory pH recording
Patient-friendly; small and light (155g)
Classifies the degree of acid exposure into 4 categories, using the time ratio of acid reflux assessment less than pH 4 based on AFP score (see reference below)
Even after the administration of PPI, there exist some cases that the GERD symptoms, such as heartburn, can still be observed.
In such cases, pH monitoring acts as an effective means to assess the acid reflux more carefully.
All the paraphernalia for pH monitoring system with 2 channels
|Data Transfer Box(GMMS-TB)||1|
|Incorporated Software / including installing fee
|Disposable Catheter with 2 pH Electrodes
|PC & Printer
|Accessories (pH calibration liquid, calibrator stand, connector cable, carrying bag)
|(Optional) Card Reader, Stand
International Criteria for Esophageal Acid Exposure Symptoms (Time ratio of pH 4 or less).
|Exposure Time Ratio||Classification|
|Less than 4%||Normal|
|Less than 8%||Mild acid exposure|
|Less than 20%||Moderate acid exposure|
|20% or more||Severe acid exposure|
|AFP classification proposed by International Society for Diseases of the Esophagus (1992 ISDE)|