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Clinically significant gastrointestinal bleeding occurred in 3% of patients receiving omeprazole versus 16% of those receiving ranitidine (P < 0.
Acute lower gastrointestinal bleeding in Crohn's disease: characteristics of a unique series of 34 patients.
Have your physician make sure there is no undetected gastrointestinal bleeding, as this could be a serious problem.
Long-term use of even ibuprofen or aspirin, basic over-the-counter medications, can lead to gastrointestinal bleeding.
Excessive platelet production can result in abnormal clotting and bleeding events, thereby increasing the risk of stroke, heart attack and gastrointestinal bleeding.
Other side effects, which will have to be monitored as trials continue, include damage to bone marrow and gastrointestinal bleeding.
However, anemia in athletes maybe secondary to multiple other mechanisms, including intravascular hemolysis from trauma to RBC's, dietary iron deficiency, impaired iron absorption, hematuria, and gastrointestinal bleeding.
The camera is able to look into the small intestine and can diagnose a variety of conditions, such as gastrointestinal bleeding, which conventional technology sometimes cannot detect.
A higher number of registered nurses resulted in a 3 percent to 12 percent reduction in the rates of urinary tract infection, pneumonia, shock, upper gastrointestinal bleeding and lengths-of-stays.
Fatal gastrointestinal bleeding as the primary manifestation of granulocytic sarcoma in a patient with myclodysblastic syndrome.
Their side effects included gastrointestinal bleeding and kidney failure.
Do they have a reduced incidence of gastrointestinal bleeding compared to NSAIDs?
Potentially unstable medical condition related to recent surgery for gastrointestinal bleeding
Calcium channel blockers are typically used to treat hypertension and have been viewed with caution in the United States since 1995, when the initial findings of several scattered studies found a possible link to heart attacks, strokes, cancer, gastrointestinal bleeding, and perhaps even Parkinson's disease, according to Brant S.
Among these are gastrointestinal bleeding, ulcers and kidney problems.
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