Peptic ulcer in the elderly--a double-blind, short-term study comparing nizatidine 300 mg with ranitidine 300 mg. GISU (Interdisciplinary Ulcer Study Group).

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UNLABELLED This was a randomized, double-blind, multicentre, short-term study comparing ranitidine and nizatidine at the standard dosages of 300 mg at bedtime. In 49 centres in Italy, all peptic ulcer patients aged over 65 years and with endoscopically documented acute disease were considered eligible for the study. Clinical check-ups were repeated every 3… (More)

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@article{Battaglia1993PepticUI, title={Peptic ulcer in the elderly--a double-blind, short-term study comparing nizatidine 300 mg with ranitidine 300 mg. GISU (Interdisciplinary Ulcer Study Group).}, author={Giuseppe Battaglia and Francesco Di Mario and Sergio Vigneri and P L Dal Santo and Alberto Pilotto and Gabriele Mazzacca}, journal={Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics}, year={1993}, volume={7 6}, pages={643-8} }