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Revision Questions: Gastrointestinal (Preview)
- True or false. PPIs and H2 antagonists are equally effective for the treatment of functional dyspepsia but H2 antagonists are less expensive.
- True or false. Increasing the PPI dose is more effective than combination treatment using a PPI and H2 antagonist.
- True or false. Doubling the H2 antagonist dose does not increase efficacy.
- List at least three medications which may worsen reflux.
- Recommend a suitable H.pylori eradication regimen for a patient who is allergic to penicillin. What about a person who can not take clarithromycin?
- NSAIDs, CCBs, nitrates and theophylline are examples of drugs which can worsen reflux.
- If amoxycillin is unsuitable, replace with metronidazole (PPI standard dose twice daily, clarithromycin 500mg twice daily, metronidazole 400mg twice daily for 7 days). If clarithromycin is unsuitable, replace with amoxycillin (PPI standard dose twice daily, amoxycillin 500mg three times daily, metronidazole 400mg twice daily for 14 days).
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