MedCline acid reflux pillow system

 

Clinical results validated
by 5 clinical trials.

MedCline is the most studied pillow system on the planet without fine print. We partnered with top researchers to study MedCline with real users in the comfort of their own beds, not in a clinical setting. Our results validate MedCline as the most effective way to easily implement sleep positioning often recommended by doctors. Plain and simple, MedCline works!

Lights out to
sleepless nights

95% of patients reported an overall
improvement in sleep quality when using
MedCline1.

Lights out to
heartburn

93% of patients reported a reduction in
nighttime heartburn when using MedCline2.

Lights out to
regurgitation

89% of patients reported a reduction
in regurgitation and gagging at night due
to reflux when using MedCline3

Lights out to
damaging acid

87% less acid exposure in the
esophagus was measured when using
MedCline compared to a bed wedge4.

Hello better &
brighter days

MedCline users report significant
improvements in overall quality of life
and feeling more refreshed in the
morning5.

 

References:
1. Boys JA, Om SA, Patel R, Oh DS, Hagen JA, DeMeester SR. Nocturnal Regurgitation after Esophagectomy Before and After Implementation of a Novel Sleep Assist Device. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, October 2015, Vol. 221, Issue 4, S14–S15.
2. Allampati SK, Lopez R, Ray M, Birgisson S, Gabbard SL. Use of a Sleep Positioning Device Significantly Improves Nocturnal Gastroesophageal Reflux Symptoms. Am J Gastroenterology 2014; 109:S1–S39.
3. Allampati SK, Lopez R, Ray M, Birgisson S, Gabbard SL. Use of a Sleep Positioning Device Significantly Improves Nocturnal Gastroesophageal Reflux Symptoms. Am J Gastroenterology 2014; 109:S1–S39.
4. Person, EB, Rife CC, Castell DO, et al. A novel sleep-assist device prevents gastroesophageal reflux: A randomized controlled trial. Am J Gastroenterology 2013; 108:S1-S36.
5. Boys JA, Om SA, Patel R, Oh DS, Hagen JA, DeMeester SR. Nocturnal Regurgitation after Esophagectomy Before and After Implementation of a Novel Sleep Assist Device. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, October 2015, Vol. 221, Issue 4, S14–S15.