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What is PUD?
Peptic Ulcer Disease
Erosion of gut wall
What are the defensive factors?
Mucus and Bicarbonate
What are the aggressive factors?
NSAIDs
H. pylori
Gastric Acid
Pepsin
What is used for prevention of NSAIDs ulcers?
Misoprostol
Proton pump inhibitors
What non-drug therapy can be helpful?
smaller frequent meals
What is the action of H2 antagonists?
Suppression of gastric acid release
What is the prototype for H2 antagonists?
Cimetidine
What are the uses of Cimetidine?
GERD
PUD
Prevention of aspiration pneumonitis
What are the adverse effects of Cimetidine?
Antiandrogenic effects
Pneumonia
What is a drug interaction of Cimetidine?
Antacids
What drug is similar to Cimetidine?
Ranitidine
What are the differences between Cimetidine and Ranitidine?
Ranitidine is more powerful with less side effects
What is the prototypic proton pump inhibitor?
Omeprazole
What do proton pump inhibitors do?
Suppression of gastric acid production
What is the adverse effects of Omeprazole?
Gastric Tumor
Pneumonia
What does Sucralfate do?
Creates a protective barrier against acid and pepsin
What is misoprostol?
Prostaglandin E
How does misoprotol affect the stomach?
Suppression of gastric acid
Secretion of mucus and bicarbonate
Misoprostol is safe for pregnant women.
T or F
False
Category X
What are the adverse affects of Magnesium Hydroxide?
Diarrhea
What are the adverse effects of Aluminum Hydroxide and Calcium Carbonate?
Constipation
What are the antacids drugs?
Magnesium Hydroxide
Aluminum Hydroxide
Calcium Carbonate