gastric acid


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gastric acid

[′gas·trik ′as·əd]
(biochemistry)
Hydrochloric acid secreted by parietal cells in the fundus of the stomach.
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The researchers recorded a significant decrease in gastric acid secretion by days three and seven in the animals that had a diet that contains wonderful kola compared to those fed the standard laboratory rat chow.
Conventionally antibiotics are taken alongside secondary compounds known as proton pump inhibitors, which suppress gastric acid production.
In the treatment of chronic gastritis cannot inhibit gastric acid and protect gastric mucosa.
Patients with peptic ulcer disease, those whose dyspepsia was investigated previously and using non steroidal anti inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), antibiotics or gastric acid suppressants for last 02 weeks were excluded from the study.
The flavor stimulates saliva production in your mouth and also triggers the production of gastrin, a hormone that tells your stomach to produce gastric acid.
However, it can be eradicated with a simple short course of antibiotics, often used with another medicine that suppresses the production of gastric acid.
pylori urease activity due to the low-nickel diet could expose the bacterium to gastric acid and increase its susceptibility to amoxicillin.
The antiulcer drugs available function by inhibiting gastric acid secretion, blocking apoptosis and stimulating epithelial cell proliferation leading to effective healing.
Background: Peptic ulcer is mostly produced due to over production of gastric acid.
Gastric acid, peptic activities, mucin levels, FT/IC-ATPase activities and the gastrin level were analyzed.
E3710 is a novel PPI discovered by Eisai as a successor to Pariet, and compared to existing PPIs, potentially provides a stronger and a longer-lasting inhibitory effect on gastric acid secretion.
As it is known from the literature, the damages of the gastric mucosa after the pylorus ligation are vast areas of haemorrhage and tissues necrosis the basis of which is the combination of the two mechanisms: perfusion insufficiency in the gastric mucosa due to the excessive stretching of the stomach parries, and drop of pH due to the hyperacidity of the "stagnant" gastric acid and lack of evacuation of the accumulating content [8].