2016-03-29 18:49:15 UTC

Comparison of Two Studies of UES Assist Device for Treatment of Extraesophageal Reflux

Duration

15 minutes

About

A four week trial compares the safety and effectiveness of UES Assist Device for patients with chronic extraesophageal reflux symptoms when treated by otolaryngologists and gastroenterologists.  

Presented at Digestive Disease Week®, May 16-19, 2015, Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC

About the Instructors

Michael F. Vaezi, MD, PhD, MSc; Stacey L. Silvers, MD; Namish B. Vakil, MD, FACG, FACP, AGAF, FASGE; Alan R. Raymond, MD; Michael J. Schmalz, MD, FACG; James S. Miller, BS; and Nicholas T. Maris, MBA.

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