Pantoprazole is more effective than ranitidine in reducing the duration of esophageal acid contact

Pratha, Vijaya S; Soffer, Elaine; Hogan, Daniel L; Wang, Wenjin
September 2003
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Sep2003 Supplement, Vol. 98, pS31
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "Pantoprazole Is More Effective Than Ranitidine in Reducing the Duration of Esophageal Acid Contact," by Vijaya S. Pratha, Elaine Soffer, Daniel L. Hogan and Wenjin Wang is presented.


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