REFLUX DIAGNOSED.

How Anxiety and Depression Inflate the RSI

3/20/18 11:03 AM / by Kathy Bach posted in Ryan Score, RSI/RSF, Laryngopharyngeal reflux, pH testing

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Commonly referred to as “silent reflux,” laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR) has long been difficult for physicians to diagnose because of its nonspecific symptoms. The traditional approach to assessing LPR symptoms relies on response to empiric treatment and symptom improvement using the reflux symptom index (RSI) or reflux finding score (RFS). Without clear criteria in place, these tools are highly subjective.

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Our blog articles aim to answer your questions about diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to reflux disease. Restech's pH system provides real-time pH data to help physicians develop the most targeted reflux treatment plan possible. Our new Stretta therapy is an effective alternative to anti-reflux surgery or implanted devices. It has been shown to reduce dependency on PPIs and improve reflux-related quality of life. 

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