Medical Therapy of GERD: current state of the art.


A proton pump inhibitor is the most cost-effective choice for severe disease and, in low doses, for moderate disease. Patients with mild disease and infrequent relapses can be managed with a H2-receptor antagonist, an antacid, or cisapride.


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@article{Johnson1996MedicalTO, title={Medical Therapy of GERD: current state of the art.}, author={Douglas A. Johnson}, journal={Hospital practice}, year={1996}, volume={31 10}, pages={135-9, 143-4, 147-8} }