DDW 2016 Poster
MedAutonomic Research Presentation at Digestive Disease Week, San Diego, May 22-24
Location: San Diego Convention Center, booth #553
Autonomic nervous system activity in diabetic and healthy obese female subjects and the effect of distinct weight loss strategies
Mirjam A Lips, Gerrit H de Groot, Marieke De Kam, Frits J Berends, Renee Wiezer, Bart A Van Wagensveld, Dingeman J Swank, Arijan Luijten, Hanno Pijl and Jacobus Burggraaf
Obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) are reported to be associated with relative ...
FDA Approval in January 14, 2015 of Pacemaker for the Stomach
EnteroMedics Maestro Rechargeable System - P130019 This is a brief overview of information related to FDA’s approval to market this product. See the links below to the Summary of Safety and Effectiveness Data (SSED) and product labeling for more complete information on this ...
Using Implantable Neuromodulation Devices to Fight Disease
Proposals sought for groundbreaking neuromodulation capabilities that would maximize the immunological, physical and mental health of military Ser Many chronic inflammatory diseases and mental health conditions affecting military Service members and veterans involve abnormal activity in the peripheral nervous system, which plays a key role in organ function. Monitoring and ...
First Implant Endoscopic Produre
MedAutonomic contracted Stellartech Research Corporation
In April 2014, MedAutonomic contracted Stellartech Research Corporation
Gastric stimulation in obese subjects activates the hippocampus and other regions involved in brain reward circuitry
Gene-Jack Wang, Julia Yang, Nora D. Volkow, Frank Telang, Yeming Ma, Wei Zhu, Christopher T. Wong, Dardo Tomasi, Panayotis K. Thanos, and Joanna S. Fowler
Autonomic Nervous System Activity and the State and Development of Obesity in Japanese School Children
Narumi Nagai, Tamaki Matsumoto, Hiroko Kita, and Toshio Moritani Abstract NAGAI, NARUMI, TAMAKI MATSUMOTO, HIROKO KITA, AND TOSHIO MORITANI. Autonomic nervous system activity and the state and development of obesity in Japanese school children. Obes Res. 2003;11:25–32. Objective: The ...
Minimally Invasive Bariatric Surgery
by Phillip R. Schauer, Bruce D. Schirmer, Stacy Brethauer
Long-Term Follow-Up of Gastric Stimulation for Obesity: The Mestre 8-Year Experience
Valerio Cigaina, MD Surgical Department, “Umberto 1st” Public Hospital, Mestre, Venezia, Italy Background: 10 years experience with gastric stimulation demonstrates promise, in particular because weight loss is achieved and maintained without drugs or side-effects.We report on a total of 65 patients who have received an ...
Diabetes expenditure, burden of disease and management in 5 EU countries
Panos Kanavos, Stacey van den Aardweg and Willemien Schurer - LSE Health, London School of Economics AcknowledgementsThis study has relied on a survey to collect data and information in each of the study countries. The assistance of the country lead authors in commenting on draft ...
Measuring Activity of the Autonomic Nervous System in Humans
Jules Hirsch and Ronald M. Mackintosh It has been hypothesized that obesity is an abnormally high setting of a regulatory system controlling the level of fat storage in adipose tissue (1). The regulation is achieved by the operation of many elements and is determined by ...