Upper GI haemorrhage and ulcers associated with spironolactone

July 2006
Reactions Weekly;7/22/2006, Issue 1111, p1
The article discusses a case-control study by the researchers from The Netherlands, which examined the association between the use of spironolactone and an increased risk of upper gastrointestinal (GI) haemorrhage and gastroduodenal ulcers.


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