sucralfate


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Synonyms for sucralfate

medicine consisting of a tablet (trade name Carafate) used to treat peptic ulcers

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In addition, Group A was prescribed oral sucralfate syrup, post operatively, 3 times a day for 5 days.
Sucralfate was obtained from Meranani Pharmaceuticals, India, whereas omeprazole and other chemicals were obtained from M/s.
Quinolones tend to bind to antacids, iron, sucralfate, and older formulations of didanosine that had a built-in antacid.
Metoclopramide and sucralfate have been used in nonpregnant adults with GERD.
Majority of the patients had pain, mild to moderate in intensity, which used to settle on its own or with sucralfate or lidocaine: antacid solution.
P1G10 between 0.1 and 10mg/kg elicited significant cytoprotective effect measured by the index or the ulcer number, the largest effect (61%) was observed with 10mg/kg, similar to that afforded by 250 mg/kg sucralfate (67%).
It has been well documented that divalent and trivalent cations in antacids, sucralfate, and some other products significantly reduce the absorption of quinolones.
Compare/contrast the specific uses and relative risk-benefit ratios for the following agents in the treatment of PUD: antimicrobials, [H.sub.2] antagonists, omeprazole, sucralfate, misoprostol, cisapride, antacids.
Quinolones also tend to bind to antacids, iron, sucralfate, and older formulations of didanosine that had a built-in antacid.
Helicobacter pylori-related ulcers can be treatBd by eradication of H pylori or by traditional therapies, including antisecretory drugs or sucralfate. Successful eradication of H pylori requires compliance with a multiding regimen.
There was a slight decrease in the use of other drugs, such as misoprostol and sucralfate. The mean cost per patient of drug therapy rose from $101 prior to switching to $151.
Antacids, [H.sub.2]-antagonists, and sucralfate have demonstrated the ability to protect critically ill patients from the bleeding associated with stress-related mucosal damage.
Antacids, [H.sub.2] blockers, and sucralfate are not protective; misoprostol is, and protein pump inhibitors may be.
Antacids, sucralfate, and [histamine.sub.2] receptor blockers fall short.