Review: Proton-pump inhibitors alleviate symptoms of functional (nonulcer) dyspepsia but may not be better than H[sub 2]-antagonists

Schwartz, Mark
September 2002
ACP Journal Club;Sep/Oct2002, Vol. 137 Issue 2, p54
Academic Journal
Compares proton pump inhibitors (PPI) versus placebo, prokinetics or H[sub2]-antagonists in reducing symptoms of functional dyspepsia in adults. Background on dyspepsia; Information on data sources and study selection; Comparison of outcomes which ranged from mild to nonexistent symptoms between the PPI and placebo trials.


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