The esophagus — also known as the feeding tube — is a muscular tube that brings food and liquid from the mouth to the stomach.
A pH probe study uses a small tube with a sensor attached to record acid levels in your child’s stomach over the course of 18 to 24 hours. These measurements can help diagnose acid reflux or test how well antacids are working to treat this condition.
Learn more about pH probe studies from the North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (NASPGHAN).
What To Do Next
Make An Appointment
To make an appointment, call 402-955-5700.
For Referring Providers
The Physicians’ Priority Line is your 24-hour link to pediatric specialists at Children’s for referrals, emergency and urgent consults, physician-to-physician consults, admissions, and transport services. Call 855-850-KIDS (5437).
Learn more about referring patients.