Thursday, May 28, 2015

Stretta Endoscopic Procedure

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The Stretta Endoscopic procedure is a safe and effective procedure for treating persistant GERD in most patients.  A stretta procedure has a low rate of complications but should only be used on patients who fit the anatomic inclusion criteria and antireflux surgery should reserved those who do not.

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