G-Tech Medical will be in Chicago in May at the 2020 Digestive Disease Week with two posters in collaboration with researchers at Stanford University.
The first with findings from an ongoing longitudinal study of patients with Crohn's disease demonstrates the uniqueness of each patient's physiological gut print and its reproducibility as captured by G-Tech's non-invasive patch system. The second abstract presents preliminary findings from a study measuring digestive vagal dysfunction in a patient population with gastroparesis. 2/11/20
G-Tech Medical's Lindsay Axelrod presented her abstract with preliminary findings from an ongoing collaborative study with Stanford University supported by the Helmsley Charitable Trust. The study involves using non-invasive wireless electrode patches to read myoelectrical signals from the gut over 3 days in patients with Crohn's disease. Forty patients presenting in flare, and 30 in remission will be tested at t=0,1,3 and 6 months. 1/23/20
Findings from clinical studies conducted with the G-Tech patch system to understand postoperative recovery patterns are now in print in the American Journal of Physiology Gastrointestinal and Liver and the Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery. Details. 11/1/18
Steve Axelrod, PhD, CEO, G-Tech Medical will give an invited talk at the IEEE-EMBS Santa Clara Valley chapter presenting early results from proof of concept clinical trials with G-Tech Medical's "EKG for the Gut". 11/15/17
Stanford researchers presented early findings with the use of G-Tech patch system to understand postoperative recovery patterns at DDW17. 5/9/17
G-Tech gratefully acknowledges a generous grant from the Kenneth Rainin Foundation towards our efforts to develop a GI diagnostic tool that will help many patients, including those with IBD that the foundation is devoted to. 12/14/16
G-Tech's Anand Navalgund, Phd is a recipient of the Young investigator award for his scientific accomplishment in the American Gastroenterological Association’s competition at the 2016 Digestive Disease Week® (DDW) meeting in San Diego, CA. 5/21/16
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