The Bernstein test is a method to reproduce symptoms of
Acid perfusion test
The test is done in a gastroenterology laboratory. A nasogastric (NG) tube will be inserted through one side of your nose and down into your esophagus. Mild hydrochloric acid will be sent down the tube, followed by salt water (saline) solution. This process may be repeated several times.
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