Test with confidence. The Cairn GEBT is a safe, accurate, and convenient measurement of solid phase gastric emptying.
GEBT is the only FDA-approved breath test intended to be used to measure the rate of solid phase gastric emptying and aid in the diagnosis of gastroparesis. GEBT is validated against the method of gastric scintigraphy.
GEBT is a safe, non-invasive, non-radioactive, quantitative measurement of the rate of solid phase gastric emptying. It can be safely administered repeatedly and as often as every 24 hours. GEBT is an excellent choice for patients and clinicians who wish to reduce any radiation burden when a gastric emptying evaluation is needed.
GEBT is a particularly suitable alternative to gastric scintigraphy in community-based practices. GEBT is included in Expert Consensus Statements for diagnosing gastroparesis in clinical practice.
GEBT is convenient to patients as it can be administered in physician offices, clinics, patient service centers and motility clinics because it does not require healthcare professionals administering the test to undergo special training in radiation safety or radioactive materials.
GEBT is a standardized test procedure. Test results are comparable across patient evaluations, site-to-site, nationwide and worldwide.
The GEBT should not be used in people with hypersensitivity to Spirulina, egg, milk, or wheat allergens and should not be used in patients with certain lung diseases or small bowel malabsorption.