Peptic Ulcer Pathophysiology
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- It is important to differentiate between squamous and glandular ulcers (these comprise different areas of the stomach), which have different pathophysiology (physiological processes associated with disease or injury).
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- It may produce less gastric irritation than ASA, and the proportion of patients with headache relief at 2 hours is at least as high with the ibuprofen 400 mg tablet as with a dose of 900–1000 mg ASA. Naproxen sodium .....
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- Dr. Lacy's research interests include pathophysiology and management of functional bowel disorders, as well as diagnostic tests and therapy for Helicobacter pylori and peptic ulcer disease.
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- Aspirations, predisposed by altered mental status, leading to aspiration of unchewed food, peptic acid and microbes from the stomach, can lead to post-obstructive pneumonia and subsequent bronchiectasis.
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