Abstract

Conservative management of peptic ulcer relies on the use of drugs as an adjuvant to the time-honored measures of avoiding stress, reducing gastric secretion, and regulating the diet. Alkalies neutralize acid and anticholinergic drugs partly inhibit secretion. Both are widely used but are often inadequate to control symptoms. Carbenoxolone appears to have a… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01654717

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