H. pylori status influences the efficacy of omeprazole 20mg but not ranitidine 75mg for prevention of nighttime heartburn following a provocative meal

Donnelly, Michael G; Alexander, Ileana; Clarkson, Jennifer; Bochenek, Wieslaw; McGuire, J Anthony; McIsaac, Richard L; Ciociola, Arthur A
September 2003
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Sep2003 Supplement, Vol. 98, pS11
Academic Journal
An abstract of the article "H. Pylori Status Influences the Efficacy of Omeprazole 20mg But Not Ranitidine 75mg for Prevention of Nighttime Heartburn Following a Provocative Meal," by Michael G. Donnelly, Ileana Alexander, Jennifer Clarkson, Wieslaw Bochenek and colleagues is presented.


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