Inhibition by secretin of the gastric acid responses to meals and to pentagastrin in duodenal ulcer patients

@article{Konturek1973InhibitionBS,
  title={Inhibition by secretin of the gastric acid responses to meals and to pentagastrin in duodenal ulcer patients},
  author={S. Konturek and J. Biernat and T. Grzelec},
  journal={Gut},
  year={1973},
  volume={14},
  pages={842 - 846}
}
The inhibitory effects of intravenous secretion on the gastric acid responses to a meal and to pentagastrin were studied in seven duodenal ulcer patients. A test meal of 10% peptone adjusted to pH 5·0 was introduced into the stomach and the Fordtran and Walsh method was used to measure the gastric acid output by monitoring the rate at which a solution of 0·3 M sodium bicarbonate had to be added to keep the pH of the gastric content constant at the value of 5·0. A constant dose of secretin (1 U… Expand
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