Airway reflux

@article{Johnston2016AirwayR,
  title={Airway reflux},
  author={Nikki Johnston and Frank Ondrey and Rachel Rosen and Bryan P. Hurley and Jon S. Gould and Jacquie Allen and John DelGaudio and Kenneth W. Altman},
  journal={Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={1381}
}
An ever‐increasing number of adult and pediatric disorders have been shown to be influenced or caused by airway reflux. This has become a controversial and complicated aspect of medicine that requires a multidisciplinary approach. Evidence indicates that it is not only the acidic components of gastric refluxate that injure extraesophageal tissues but also the nonacidic components, such as pepsin and bile. There is a realization that proton pump inhibitors will not be effective when nonacidic… 

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