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Tratamiento de la constipación, con énfasis en el manejo medicamentoso
Ernesto Guiraldes C
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2004,
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Intolerancia a los hidratos de carbono en la infancia
ERNESTO GUIRALDES C
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1975,
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Comparación entre diversos métodos para diagnósticos rápido de malabsorción de hidratos de carbono
ERNESTO GUIRALDES C
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1974,
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Reflujo gastroesofágico: un intento de clarificar conceptos
Larraín B,Francisco; Guiraldes C,Ernesto;
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1999, DOI: 10.4067/S0370-41061999000400002
Abstract: gastroesophageal reflux: an attempt to clarify concepts gastroesophageal reflux is one of the subjects in paedriatric gastroenterology that perhaps provokes the biggest controversy. in spite of numerous publications appearing in the last few years, there still exists confusion with respect to theoretical and practical concepts, which frequently results in an inadequate management of patients. the biggest confusion arises from the difficulty in discriminating between physiological and pathological reflux. the existence of numerous techniques for studying reflux, which have been developed in the last few years, indicates that none of them is completely satisfactory, and on the other hand the use of these techniques is not always the best choice. in this article we make a critical appraisal of the subject in relation to aspects theoretical, pathological, diagnostical and therapy, based on the most recent publications in the medical literature
Reflujo gastroesofágico: un intento de clarificar conceptos
Francisco Larraín B,Ernesto Guiraldes C
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1999,
Abstract: Resumen El reflujo gastroesofágico (RGE) es uno de los temas de gastroenterología pediátrica que tal vez suscite mayor controversia. Pese a las numerosas publicaciones aparecidas en los últimos a os, persiste aún bastante confusión respecto a sus aspectos conceptuales y prácticos, lo que se traduce con frecuencia en un manejo inadecuado de los pacientes que lo presentan. La mayor confusión conceptual deriva de la dificultad de discriminar entre lo que constituye un reflujo fisiológico de uno patológico. La existencia de numerosas técnicas de estudio que se han desarrollado en los últimos a os indica que ninguna de ellas es completamente satisfactoria; por otra parte la utilización de dichas técnicas no siempre es la más adecuada. En el presente artículo se hace una discusión crítica del tema en relación a los aspectos conceptuales, patogénicos, diagnósticos y terapéuticos, en base a las publicaciones más recientes aparecidas en la literatura médica. Gastroesophageal reflux: an attempt to clarify concepts Gastroesophageal reflux is one of the subjects in paedriatric gastroenterology that perhaps provokes the biggest controversy. In spite of numerous publications appearing in the last few years, there still exists confusion with respect to theoretical and practical concepts, which frequently results in an inadequate management of patients. The biggest confusion arises from the difficulty in discriminating between physiological and pathological reflux. The existence of numerous techniques for studying reflux, which have been developed in the last few years, indicates that none of them is completely satisfactory, and on the other hand the use of these techniques is not always the best choice. In this article we make a critical appraisal of the subject in relation to aspects theoretical, pathological, diagnostical and therapy, based on the most recent publications in the medical literature
El paciente celiaco: acciones necesarias para su mejor manejo
Carmen Gutiérrez T,Ernesto Guiraldes C
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1976,
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Dolor abdominal, dispepsia y gastritis en pediatría: Rol del Helicobacter pylori
Harris D.,Paul; Godoy F.,Alex; Guiraldes C.,Ernesto;
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2001, DOI: 10.4067/S0370-41062001000200002
Abstract: helicobacter pylori (h. pylori) is the most common bacterial pathogen of the gastrointestinal tract in humans and also the most common cause of chronic gastritis and is aetiologically associated with duodenal and gastric ulcer, gastric adenocarcinoma and malt lymphoma. the explosive accumulation of published reports makes it necessary to review the concepts of gastritis, recurrent abdominal pain and dyspepsia in children. therefore the aim of this study was to update the concepts and to clarify their relationship with h. pylori and to discuss their validity in order to promote good clinical practice. causative associations between h. pylori infection and other conditions are tenuous and speculative, these conditions include recurrent abdominal pain and non-ulcer dyspepsia. h. pylori is firmly established as a human pathogen because it fulfills each of koch′s postulates as an infective agent causing chronic-active gastritis. indeed h. pylori plays a critical and necessary role in the pathogenesis of chronic -active gastritis in adults. whether h. pylori is a cause of peptic ulcer disease is less well established in children, nevertheless, the evidence for its causation is compelling. there is a strong epidemiological association between h. pylori and peptic ulceration in the absence of drug ingestion in adults. although many people are infected, only a samll proportion will have clinical manifestations of disease. approximately 10% of those infected will develop peptic ulcer disease during their lifetime. infected persons have a 2-6 fold increased risk of developing cancer or malt lymphoma compared to their uninfected counterparts
Dolor abdominal, dispepsia y gastritis en pediatría: Rol del Helicobacter pylori Abdominal pain, dyspepsia and gastritis in Paedriatrics: the role of Helicobacter pylori
Paul Harris D.,Alex Godoy F.,Ernesto Guiraldes C.
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2001,
Abstract: Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), el patógeno más común del tracto gastrointestinal en seres humanos, es la causa más frecuente de gastritis crónica, está asociado etiológicamente con úlcera gastroduodenal y algunos cánceres gástricos. La creciente acumulación de información ha hecho necesario reevaluar los conceptos de gastritis, dolor abdominal y dispepsia en pediatría, por lo que el objetivo de esta revisión fue actualizar estos conceptos enfatizando la relación de estas entidades y discutir la evidencia disponible para promover una buena práctica clínica, al respecto. La asociación entre la infección por H. pylori y otras condiciones, como dolor abdominal recurrente y dispepsia no ulcerosa, no ha sido demostrada y es más bien especulativa. El H. pylori es considerado un patógeno, porque, entre otras características, cumple cada uno de los postulados de Koch como causante de gastritis crónica; en efecto, H. pylori juega un rol crítico y necesario en la patogénesis de la gastritis crónica activa. El papel de H. pylori como causa de úlcera péptica en adultos ha sido bien establecido. Aunque en ni os las evidencias no son tan potentes, sí son altamente sugerentes. Aun cuando la mayoría de la población mundial está colonizada por H. pylori, solo una peque a proporción tendrá manifestaciones clínicas producidas por la infección. Aproximadamente el 10% de ellos desarrollará úlcera péptica a lo largo de su vida, y las personas infectadas tendrán un incremento de 2 a 6 veces en el riesgo de desarrollar cáncer y linfoma tipo MALT (tejido linfoide asociado a mucosas) comparado con población no infectada Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is the most common bacterial pathogen of the gastrointestinal tract in humans and also the most common cause of chronic gastritis and is aetiologically associated with duodenal and gastric ulcer, gastric adenocarcinoma and MALT lymphoma. The explosive accumulation of published reports makes it necessary to review the concepts of gastritis, recurrent abdominal pain and dyspepsia in children. Therefore the aim of this study was to update the concepts and to clarify their relationship with H. pylori and to discuss their validity in order to promote good clinical practice. Causative associations between H. pylori infection and other conditions are tenuous and speculative, these conditions include recurrent abdominal pain and non-ulcer dyspepsia. H. pylori is firmly established as a human pathogen because it fulfills each of Koch′s postulates as an infective agent causing chronic-active gastritis. Indeed H. pylori plays a critical and
Encopresis en el paciente pediátrico
Ernesto Guiraldes C.,Daniela Novillo G.,Paulina Silva P.
Revista chilena de pediatría , 2005,
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Factores inmunológicos en la diarrea infantil
Ernesto Guiraldes,Ricardo Sorensen,Liliana Rebolledo,Amanda Carmona
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1976,
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