reflux esophagitis


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reflux esophagitis

[‚rē‚fləks i‚säf·ə′jīd·əs]
(medicine)
An inflammation of the lower esophagus that results from excessive acid reflux or regurgitation from the stomach, symptoms include heartburn and indigestion.
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The above approval was made based on the results of a double-blind controlled Phase III clinical study conducted in Japan, in which the efficacy and safety of twice-daily dosing of Pariet 10 mg Tablets were evaluated against once-daily dosing of Pariet 10 mg Tablets in patients with reflux esophagitis who had inadequate response to existing treatment with proton pump inhibitors.
We know from older studies that within 6 months of going off of PPIs, most patients with reflux esophagitis develop it again, but we weren't sure we would get this response within 2 weeks.
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Helicobacter pylori protection against reflux esophagitis.
Japan s recent shift towards a western diet and lowered incidence of helicobacter pylori infection have resulted in increased levels of acid secretion and reflux esophagitis sufferers are thought to be on the rise.
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The Phase III trials in Japan are multi-centric, and designed to assess the safety and efficacy of TAK-438 for diseases such as gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer and reflux esophagitis.
These include decreasing lung function, loss of physical function, increase in falls, a further propensity for spinal fractures, pain, and GI (gastrointestinal) problems such as dysphagia (trouble swallowing) and reflux esophagitis.
Nutritional and botanical medicines are highly effective in relieving heartburn and healing reflux esophagitis.