TITLE

Pantoprazole Therapy in the Long-Term Management of Severe Acid Peptic Disease

AUTHOR(S)
Bardhan, Karna Dev; Cherian, Pradip; Bishop, Anne E.; Polak, Julia M.; Perry, Michael J.; Rowland, Anne; Thompson, Mary; Morris, Pamela; Schneider, Andreas; Fischer, Renata; Ng, W.; Lühmann, R.; McCaldin, Brian
PUB. DATE
June 2001
SOURCE
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Jun2001, Vol. 96 Issue 6, p1767
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
OBJECTIVE: Pantoprazole is the third proton pump inhibitor to become available. When this study was started, there were few data on its long-term use. Our aim was to investigate this aspect and, because powerful inhibitors of acid secretion can cause hypergastrinemia and, in experimental animals, enterochromaffin-like cell hyperplasia, we also monitored serum gastrin and endocrine cell histology. METHODS: One hundred fifty patients refractory to H2-receptor antagonists, running an aggressive course or with complications, were entered into a 5-yr treatment program. We performed serial endoscopy, checked for adverse events, and laboratory values. We also monitored serum gastrin, gastric endocrine cell histology, and antral and corpus gastritis. RESULTS: This report presents results from up to 3 yr of treatment. Cumulative healing on 40-80 mg of pantoprazole was 82% at 4 wk and 92% by 12 wk. Most patients became asymptomatic within 4 wk. Remission on maintenance treatment with 40 mg (n = 111) was 85% at 12 months and 78% at 24 months. Treatment was safe; only four patients had adverse events definitely related to pantoprazole. Elevations in gastrin were modest and there were no significant changes in gastric endocrine cells. The number of enterochromaffin-like cells tended to decrease. CONCLUSION: Pantoprazole is effective, safe, and does not seem to be associated with large increases in serum gastrin or alterations in gastric endocrine cells.
ACCESSION #
17636657

 

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