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Dilated intercellular spaces in subtypes of gastroesophagic reflux disease. Molina Cruz 2 , H. Herrera-Esquivel 3. Hospital General "Dr. Prueba de Chi-cuadrado con nivel de significancia de 0, Palabras clave: Esofagitis erosiva.

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Universidad Nacional de Colombia. El cambio en el estilo de vida es recomendado, sin embargo la evidencia que la soporta es controvertida y escasa. Objetivo : estimar el impacto que tienen los cambios en el estilo de vida en los pacientes con ERGE. Background : Gastroesophageal reflux disease GERD is a very prevalent disease among adults that alters the quality of life.

Many treatments have been investigated, some of which require changes in lifestyle related to associated risk factors. Although changes in lifestyle are recommended, the evidence that supports these recommendations is controversial and scarce. Objective : The objective of this study is to estimate the impact of lifestyle changes on patients with GERD. Methodology : A systematic search of the literature in PubMed, Science Direct and Embase was conducted using the following keywords: gastroesophagueal sic reflux, heartburn, bed head elevation, Carbonated Beverages, mint, cocoa, citrus, Drinking Alcohol, caffeine, coffee, late-evening meal, spicy food, fatty foods, obesity, weight loss, exercise and Smoking Cessation.

Controlled clinical trials and prospective cohort studies that studied lifestyle changes and their effects on GERD were included in the study. Results : Of the 2, articles found, fifteen were included in our analysis. There is little evidence that suspending consumption of food or drink items such as peppermint, chocolate, citrus, carbonated beverages, fatty foods and spicy foods clinically improves GERD.

Decaffeinated coffee may decrease the amount of reflux, and quitting smoking is associated with improvement in symptoms. Meal times at night can change some parameters of pH monitoring but did not alter symptoms. Some exercises, mainly respiratory, may improve symptoms. There is evidence that elevating the head while in the bed and weight loss in cases of overweight or obese patients improve symptoms, but there is also evidence against these methods and studies of them have methodological limitations.

Most studies are uncontrolled clinical trials or observational studies. Additional clinical trials with better quality are needed to define the impact of these measures on GERD. No obstante el impacto negativo en la calidad de vida, la ERGE no disminuye la sobrevida La utilidad de estas medidas es controvertida. Se utilizaron las palabras claves: "gastroesophagueal reflux", "heartburn", "bed head elevation", "Carbonated Beverages", "mint", "cacao", "citrus", "alcohol drinking", "caffeine", "coffee", "late-evening meal", "spicy food", "fatty foods", "obesity", "weight loss", "exercise" y "smoking cessation".

Los resultados de cada estudio fueron ingresados al programa RevMan 5 de la Biblioteca de Cochrane. El nivel de evidencia puede variar entre Alta es muy poco probable que nuevos estudios modifiquen la confianza que se tiene en el resultado estimado ; Moderada es probable que nuevos estudios tengan un impacto importante en la confianza que tenemos en el resultado estimado y que estos puedan modificar el resultado ; Baja es muy probable que nuevos estudios tengan un impacto importante en la confianza que se tiene en el resultado estimado y que estos puedan modificar el resultado.

Muy baja cualquier resultado estimado es muy incierto. Las bebidas carbonatadas se han considerado precipitantes de la ERGE, aunque existe controversia. Sin embargo, otros estudios observacionales no han encontrado al consumo de alcohol como factor de riesgo para ERGE Sin embargo, algunos estudios han reportado resultados diferentes. Dos estudios experimentales han tratado de evaluar el efecto de comer a diferentes horas sobre la ERGE.

Pasaron a dormir a las y fueron despertados a las Hay que tener en cuenta que en este estudio la comida previa a las no fue estandarizada y les fue permitido ir al laboratorio en 2 noches separadas hasta por 3 semanas lo que permite mayor variabilidad El promedio de tiempo previo a ir a dormir en los que estaban asignados a cenar tarde fue de 93 minutos, mientras que en los que estaban asignados a cenar temprano fue de minutos.

El estudio fue doble ciego durante las primeras 13 semanas. A los pacientes les fue permitido utilizar inhibidores de bomba de protones a demanda. El horario de comida se ha investigado y se han encontrado resultados contradictorios.

Tampoco encontramos evidencia concluyente con otras medidas como elevar la cabecera de la cama. William Otero declara que ha recibido honorarios por conferencias de los siguientes laboratorios: Abbott-Lafrancol, Sanofi, Tecnofarma, Takeda, Janssen, Procaps y Biotoscana. The Montreal definition and classification of gastroesophageal reflux disease: a global evidence-based consensus.

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