Third Time is a Charm: Chase H. pylori from the Stomach

Scherger, Joseph E.
August 2009
Internal Medicine Alert;8/29/2009, Vol. 31 Issue 16, p124
Synopsis: A study group in Greece used 3 consecutive different regimens to achieve a 98% eradication rate among 540 patients not lost to follow-up. The success of each individual regimen was about 70%.


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