Electrogastrogram - Designed for patients with undiagnosed digestive disorders. Electrogastrogram - Shown to aid diagnos of Gastric Dysrhythmia

Electrogastrogram - broaden your scope of diagnoses in Today's world of gastrointestinal disorders!


Electrogastrogram - Designed for patients with undiagnosed digestive disorders. Electrogastrogram - Shown to aid diagnos of Gastric Dysrhythmia

The Electrogastrogram is a device which is designed to help detect and develop specific treatments for motility disorders in the gastrointestinal tract. Patients will often present with nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, bloating, or other digestive disorders. Following an initial Endoscopic examination, most of the time, there is still no diagnosis made for these conditions. When this occurs, the disorder is usually the result of the disorder in the electrical activity and/or motor function of the gut. The Electrogastrogram device measures this electrical activity. (more)

The unique technology of the Electrogastrogram is available to help diagnose Gastric Dysrhythmia associated with:

  • Dyspepsia

  • Unexplained nausea and vomiting

  • Symptoms suggesting gastric motility disorders

  • Gastroparesis


The 3CPM Electrogastrogram Advantage:

  • First Electrogastrogram (EGG) cleared by FDA

  • On-site training in the use of the Electrogastrogram for medical staff

  • Interpretive assistance for the Electrogastrogram

  • The 3CPM Electrogastrogram uses Windows based software

  • Flexible acquisition programs for the Electrogastrogram

3CPM Electrogastrogram (EGG) is the first FDA-cleared, patented, non-invasive, diagnostic device that records, stores, displays and prints the myoelectric signals from the stomach as an aid to the diagnosis of potential and known gastric motility disorders.

The concept of Electrogastrography and the success of the 3CPM Electrogastrogram has been well  documented by a University Gastroenterologist for gastroenterology practices, hospitals and Endoscopy centers.




An electrogastrogram is indicated for patients who have unexplained nausea, bloating, early satiety or other dyspepsia symptoms. In its position paper on nausea and vomiting, the American Gastroenterological Association included electrogastrogram in its algorithm for the evaluation and management of nausea. Studies have shown that treating and eradicating gastric dysrhythmias and establishing a normal 3-cpm gastric myoelectric rhythm, not normalization of emptying rates, is associated with improvement in upper gastrointestinal symptoms in patients with diabetic gastroparesis. Another study suggests that gastroparesis (present in many patients with symptoms of functional gastrointestinal disease) is associated with gastric dysrhythmias and that prokinetic drugs can be effective in re-establishing a normal gastric electrical rhythm.

The 2010 Electrogastrograms!

Now in four Versions, including a Canine Research version!

NEW! We have add three new programs to extend the use of the 3CPM Electrogastrogram: An Export Program and a remote Reader program in two versions that allow central collection of studies!



Gastric Motility Testing



National Institute of Health

Selects The 3CPM Electrogastrogram for it's NORIG Study!


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