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EGG: Electrogastrogram

Full Line of Solutions for Electrogastrogram Recording & Analysis

Wired, wireless, and MR EGG solutions available

Measure the time-varying gastrointestinal electrical activity of human and animal subjects, using invasive or noninvasive techniques

AcqKnowledge EGG Data

EGG Recording & Analysis for Human and Animal Studies

Measure the time-varying gastrointestinal electrical activity of human and animal subjects, using invasive or noninvasive techniques. AcqKnowledge® includes all the necessary tools for accurate Electrogastrogram recording and analysis. For additional flexibility, record data wirelessly with the BioNomadix® BN-EGG module, or the Mobita 32-channel system. Analyze data using the EGG presets and examine the gastric wave classifications in detail using the automated Gastric Wave Analysis tools.

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Peristaltic (Slow Wave) Propagation

Record peristaltic electrical signal propagation using monopolar or bipolar recording techniques with the EGG100C and AcqKnowledge

Invasive/Noninvasive Electrode Measurements

Isolate elements of the gastrointestinal system for recording using surface or needle electrodes

Gastric Myoelectric Activity

Evaluate abnormal gastric rhythms, such as tachygastria or bradygastria

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EGG App Gastric coupling

These powerful, yet simple-to-use features automatically calculate and display the percentage of gastric CPM (contractions-per-minute) that fall within frequency band ranges corresponding to normal, bradygastric, or tachygastric waves. The applied EGG analysis also displays any percentages falling outside of the defined boundaries as a separate “arrhythmia” category.

EGG Gastric Coupling EGG Signal in AcqKnowledge

Factory preset ranges for commonly-used subject and wave types include Human – Gastric Slow Wave, Dog – Gastric Slow Wave, and Dog – Small Intestinal Slow Wave. A Custom preset option allows easy setup and saving of user-defined parameters for normal, bradygastric or tachygastric frequency ranges, and all analysis results can be seamlessly exported to the AcqKnowledge® Journal via the “Output to Journal” checkbox option.

Use auto-regressive frequency analysis to determine gastric wave classifications present in single or coupled EGG signals.

Available BIOPAC® EGG solutions include:

  • BioNomadix®: Wireless Dual-Channel EGG AMplifiers with the MP150 System
  • EGG100C: Tethered amplifiers with spot electrodes, or electrode caps and the MP150 system
  • Mobita®: 32 Channels of wireless biopotential data, live or logged

 

Advanced Features Spotlight

Dog EGG Signal

Automated Gastric Wave Analysis

AcqKnowledge v3.9 includes a fully automated Gastric Wave Analysis routine. Gastric Wave Analysis uses autoregressive time-frequency analysis to determine the classifications of gastric waves present More...

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Gastric Myoelectric Activity

The normal stomach generates a myoelectric signal (EGG) that oscillates with a period of three cycles per minute. The EGG can be measured noninvasively by using More...

Gastric Slow Wave Propogation

Gastrointestinal Motility Analysis

The ECA (slow wave) and ERA (electrical response activity) components of the electrogastrogram (EGG) can be isolated using the digital filters in AcqKnowledge. To isolate More...

EGG Electrogastrogram Amplifier

Peristaltic (Slow Wave) Propagation

Peristaltic electrical signal propagation can be recorded using monopolar or bipolar recording techniques with the EGG100C and AcqKnowledge. To derive either long or short distance bipolar More...

Gastric Slow Wave Propogation

Gastric Slow Wave Propagation

The gastric slow wave (ECA) originates in the proximal stomach and propagates distally towards the pylorus. For recording, place multiple surface electrodes on the abdomen along More...

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Gastric Wave Analysis

Epoch Analysis Demonstration

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