From Hull to Hanoi – Andrew Woodcock (Woody), RD Biomed’s leading technical expert in Peptest, has completed a successful tour of South Asia presenting the latest information on our non-invasive device for diagnosing reflux.
Q What is the relationship between laryngopharyngeal reflux and sleep? Can LPR cause sleep disturbances and fatigue the next day? Professor Peter Dettmar says: “There is a lot of evidence and published literature on the relationship between gastro-oesophageal reflux...
Traditional non-invasive tests for diagnosing reflux have included questionnaires. They are convenient and useful for building up a picture of a patient’s symptoms and whether any treatment is having an effect or not.
Heartburn or indigestion? People with gastrointestinal complaints struggle to get a diagnosis or treatment because many conditions share similar symptoms.
A new study by researchers at Purdue University in Indiana suggests that reflux plays a role in sudden unexplained death during an epileptic seizure.
RD Biomed is delighted to introduce the new Peptest packaging and instructions designed to enrich our customer’s experience and make reflux home testing easier than ever.
Peptest has been described as a ‘simple, inexpensive, non-invasive’ and ‘very specific’ diagnosis tool for laryngopharyngeal reflux (LPR), according to a new research study in Spain.
Too much food, alcohol & stress can trigger reflux symptoms, including heartburn, belching, bloating and nausea: here’s 10 tips for surviving Christmas.
Biohit Healthcare, the distributor for Peptest in the UK and Ireland, is exhibiting at a British Laryngological Association study day this month.
RD Biomed and the Peptest team headed to the Czech Republic’s largest pulmonary disease conference in Pilsen in early November.
Video production company Pixelwave Creative has helped us create a helpful step-by-step video guide for medical professionals using Peptest.
Non-allergic rhinitis (NAR) is a condition that causes chronic sneezing, congestion, or runny nose – symptoms similar to gastro-oesophageal reflux disease. So is there a connection?