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Estudo publicado recentemente confirma que o procedimento por Stretta é um tratamento valioso da doença do refluxo gastroesofágico (DRGE)
Date:7/15/2014

NORWALK, Connecticut, 15 de julho de 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Um documento publicado recentemente, revisado por especialistas, conclui que a terapia por Stretta é um tratamento seguro, eficaz e durável da doença do refluxo gastroesofágico (DRGE). O documento declara que o Stretta atende uma necessidade significativa, ainda não satisfeita, de pacientes que passam por um controle inadequado através da terapia com inibidores da bomba de prótons (IBP) ou que consideram a cirurgia como uma opção não desejada. O documento foi produzido pelo professor clínico da Escola de Medicina da Universidade de Stanford, George Triadafilopoulos, e foi publicado no World Journal of Gastroenterology.

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O Dr. Triadafilopoulos declara: "Hoje, mais do que nunca, os médicos podem se beneficiar do acréscimo do Stretta ao arsenal de tratamentos dos pacientes da DRGE". A avaliação completa examina mais de 35 estudos publicados sobre esse procedimento, incluindo um estudo recente de acompanhamento por 10 anos, e conclui que o Stretta é uma opção de tratamento altamente valiosa, que se coloca entre a terapia por IBP e a cirurgia.

Outras conclusões obtidas:

  • O tratamento por Stretta não resulta em qualquer destruição de tecido, nem cria tecido de cicatrização;
  • O controle de sintomas é consistente entre pacientes do Stretta, que foram dependentes, anteriormente, do IBP ou controlados deficientemente pelo IBP;
  • Melhoras funcionais ocorrem após a terapia por Stretta, incluindo melhor sensibilidade a ácido e complacência do tecido reduzida;
  • O Stretta é "extraor
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