A new study on Stretta anti-reflux therapy was recently published in Frontline Gastroenterology, reinforcing the value and safety of Stretta as a viable option for many patients who are unwilling or unable to undergo surgical intervention.
University of Kansas Voice and Swallow Center Director, David Garnett MD, FACS delivers keynote presentation in China: "Hyperacidity and the Irritated Airway"
Andrew Krauss, MS, CCC-SLP is heading to Philly to represent Restech at the Voice Foundation's Annual Symposium. This meeting is an intimate gathering of voice professionals, researchers, and students in otolaryngology, voice science, speech pathology and vocal pedagogy. Restech has supported the meeting for the past decade and we are excited to be there again this year.
Houston, TX, 04/24/18: Respiratory Technology Corporation (Restech) announced today the asset acquisition of Mederi Therapeutics Inc. In response to the increasing need for therapeutic options to address the growing conditions of reflux disease and gastric disease, Restech welcomes the addition Stretta® and Secca® technology to their product portfolio. These new innovative product lines complement Restech’s existing diagnostic devices with therapeutic solutions, provide additional clinical pathways, and broaden Restech’s global distribution network.
Are you using our NEW software yet?
Restech's new DataView software has a highly intuitive interface, saving you time while providing a precise and accurate reflux diagnosis. It is easy to use with its automatic calculations and color bands across the 5.0, 5.5, 6.0 & 6.5 pH thresholds.
1. SYMPTOMS DON’T TELL THE FULL STORY.
Empiric treatment with medication has long been the standard diagnostic tool for extraesophageal reflux. Presently, this approach is being challenged by new studies that suggest potential damage resulting from anti-reflux drugs. It is further complicated by a placebo effect mitigating symptoms while damaging acid persists. Given the multifactorial nature of laryngopharyngeal reflux, symptoms are not a reliable indication of how well reflux is being controlled.