Etodolac compared with aspirin: an endoscopic study of the gastrointestinal tracts of normal volunteers.

Abstract

Forty-eight normal men participated in a 14-day, single blind, single center, multiple dose study of gastric irritation using endoscopy. Subjects were randomly assigned to one of 4 treatment groups after a one week lead-in period, as follows: etodolac 200 mg BID, 400 mg BID, 600 mg BID, or aspirin 975 mg QID. Etodolac at all dose levels produced… (More)

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@article{Lanza1986EtodolacCW, title={Etodolac compared with aspirin: an endoscopic study of the gastrointestinal tracts of normal volunteers.}, author={François Lanza and John C. Panagides and Igor Salom}, journal={The Journal of rheumatology}, year={1986}, volume={13 2}, pages={299-303} }