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gastric emptying


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gastric emptying

Does adding milk to tea delay gastric emptying?

Does adding milk to tea delay gastric emptying?

Effect of clonidine on gastric emptying of liquids.

Effect of anxiety on the rate of gastric emptying of liquids.

Balloon dilatation of the pylorus for delayed gastric emptying after esophagectomy

Relationship between gastric emptying and clinical and biochemical factors in chronic haemodialysis patients

Subthalamic deep brain stimulation can improve gastric emptying in Parkinson’s disease

Dexmedetomidine inhibits gastric emptying and oro-caecal transit in healthy volunteers

Determinants of liquid gastric emptying: comparisons between milk and isocalorically adjusted clear fluids

Interactive effect of morphine and dexmedetomidine on gastric emptying and gastrointestinal transit in the rat.

Differential effects of clonidine and dexmedetomidine on gastric emptying and gastrointestinal transit in the rat.

Dynamic carbon 13 breath tests for the study of liver function and gastric emptying

THE EFFECT OF ETHANOL AND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES ON GASTRIC EMPTYING OF SOLID MEALS IN HUMANS

Measurement of gastric emptying time of solids in healthy subjects using scintigraphic method: a revised technique

INHIBITORY MECHANISM OF COSTUNOLIDE, A SESQUITERPENE LACTONE ISOLATED FROM LAURUS NOBILIS, ON BLOOD-ETHANOL ELEVATION IN RATS: INVOLVEMENT OF INHIBITION OF GASTRIC EMPTYING AND INCREASE IN GASTRIC JUICE SECRETION

Effects of nalbuphine, pentazocine and U50488H on gastric emptying and gastrointestinal transit in the rat.

P-195PREVENTION OF EARLY GASTRIC EMPTYING AND LATE DUODENO-GASTRO-OESOPHAGEAL REFLUX AFTER OESOPHAGOGASTROSTOMY: IS THERE ONE SOLUTION?

Opposite effects of acute and chronic administration of alcohol on gastric emptying and small bowel transit in rat

 

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Movement of food and drink mixed with gastric secretions through the pyloric sphincter from the stomach into the duodenum. Nutrients (including water) are not absorbed in the stomach; therefore, the benefits of drinking fluids to maintain water balance are obtained only after gastric emptying. Gastric emptying is delayed by fat, intense exercise, and by drinking strong carbohydrate solutions. These inhibitory effects can be compensated for by maintaining a relatively large fluid volume in the stomach.

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