Methodology and indications of H2-breath testing in gastrointestinal diseases: the Rome Consensus Conference
Introductory remarks to intestinal gas metabolism
H2-breath tests: methodological audits in adults and children
H2-breath testing for carbohydrate malabsorption
H2-breath testing for small-intestinal bacterial overgrowth
H2-breath testing for evaluation of oro-caecal transit time
H2-breath testing for other gas-related syndromes
Methodology and indications of H2-breath testing in gastrointestinal diseases: final statements from the Ist Rome Consensus Conference
Devices for breath sampling
Breath sampling: the role of patients
Storage of breath samples
Antibiotics
Laxatives and colonic clearing
Diet
Cigarette smoking
Mouthwashing
Hyperventilation and physical exercise
Breath methane excretion
II. H2-breath testing for sugar malabsorption
Methodological aspects in adult subjects
Methodological aspects in adult subjects
Methodological aspects in adult subjects
Methodological aspects in adult subjects
Methodological aspects in paediatric subjects
Methodological aspects in paediatric subjects
Methodological aspects in paediatric subjects
Symptom indications
(B) H2-breath testing for other sugars malabsorption
III. H2-Breath testing for small intestine bacterial overgrowth
Role of glucose and lactulose breath tests for small intestine bacterial overgrowth
Methodological aspects
Clinical indications of H2-breath test for SIBO diagnosis
Utility of H2-Breath tests in IBS patients
IV. H2-Breath testing for oro-caecal transit time
Applications in clinical pharmacology
V. H2-Breath testing for other ‘gas-related’ syndromes
Abdominal gas content in patients complaining of gas-related symptoms
Role of hydrogen breath tests in patients complaining for gas-related symptoms