GAVISCON DOUBLE ACTION (ANTACID + ALGINATE) IS MORE EFFECTIVE THAN ANTACID ALONE IN CONTROLLING POST-PRANDIAL ACID REFLUX IN GERD PATIENTS; A DOUBLE-BLIND CROSSOVER STUDY

(1) Northwestern University

(2) Academic Medical Center Amsterdam



This item was part of the OESOPHAGEAL, GASTRIC AND DUODENAL DISORDERS II session at UEG Week 2013

This item can be cited as: United European Gastroenterology Journal; 2013: 1 (Supplement 1) A408

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Categorisation:

  • Anatomy
    • Columnar
  • Diagnosis and Management
    • Medical management
  • Disease
    • Reflux disease
  • Disease Feature
    • Clinical aspects
  • Format
    • Abstract
  • Language
    • English
  • Year
    • 2013