Frances Silverstein

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Evidence is accumulating that use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) is linked to ulceration of the stomach and duodenum and can cause significant, life-threatening ulcer complications. The mechanism of action seems to be both topical damage to the mucosal barrier and the systemic effect of a reduction in levels of mucosal prostaglandins.(More)
This monograph is divided into three sections. The first section comprises five chapters that review and discuss current treatment approaches, the second section comprises two chapters concerned with severe problems, and the third section comprises two chapters that address training concerns. The authors of these chapters used various approaches, but all(More)
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