Table 9Change in treatment decisions due to examination by WMC compared with gastric scintigraphy in the evaluation of gastroparesis

Author, YearStudy DesignTotal NTotal Change in ManagementChanges in MedicationChanges in DietChanges in Procedure (G-tube Placement, J-tube Placement, or Surgery)
Kuo, 201112Retrospective chart review8352/83 (63%)39/83 (47%)9/83 (11%)4/83 (5%)
Rao, 201134Retrospective chart review3618/36 (50%)NRNRNR
Lee, 200944

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Retrospective cohort3222/32 (69%)18/22 (82%)6/22 (27%)4/22 (18%)

G-tube = gastronomy tube; J-tube = jejunostomy tube; NR = not reported

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