Comparison of the effects of immediate-release omeprazole oral suspension, delayed-release lansoprazole capsules and delayed-release esomeprazole capsules on nocturnal gastric acidity after bedtime dosing in patients with night-time GERD symptoms.

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BACKGROUND Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GERD) patients on proton pump inhibitors before breakfast or dinner have acid recovery at night. Bedtime immediate-release omeprazole (IR-OME) demonstrated better control of nocturnal pH than pantoprazole before dinner. AIM To compare repeated once daily bedtime dosing of IR-OME, lansoprazole and esomeprazole… (More)

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@article{Katz2007ComparisonOT, title={Comparison of the effects of immediate-release omeprazole oral suspension, delayed-release lansoprazole capsules and delayed-release esomeprazole capsules on nocturnal gastric acidity after bedtime dosing in patients with night-time GERD symptoms.}, author={Philip O. Katz and Frauke K Koch and Elizabeth D. Ballard and Robert G Bagin and Theres Gautille and G C Checani and David Hogan and Vijayalakshmi S. Pratha}, journal={Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics}, year={2007}, volume={25 2}, pages={197-205} }