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1945 13
1946 30
1947 60
1948 50
1949 54
1950 81
1951 54
1952 64
1953 37
1954 68
1955 100
1956 53
1957 51
1958 43
1959 44
1960 28
1961 54
1962 68
1963 73
1964 92
1965 62
1966 23
1967 41
1968 34
1969 33
1970 39
1971 36
1972 29
1973 31
1974 35
1975 47
1976 51
1977 52
1978 66
1979 67
1980 57
1981 74
1982 85
1983 90
1984 112
1985 82
1986 68
1987 64
1988 73
1989 98
1990 78
1991 71
1992 56
1993 48
1994 51
1995 50
1996 61
1997 31
1998 47
1999 49
2000 61
2001 39
2002 40
2003 53
2004 37
2005 35
2006 52
2007 52
2008 45
2009 37
2010 33
2011 27
2012 23
2013 37
2014 40
2015 43
2016 46
2017 42
2018 28
2019 21
2020 0
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Calcium Carbonate
Al Omari MM, et al. Profiles Drug Subst Excip Relat Methodol 2016 - Review. PMID 26940168
Antacids.
[No authors listed] Br Med J 1970. PMID 4312520 Free PMC article.
Antacids.
[No authors listed] Ann Intern Med 1981. PMID 6787961
Antacids revisited: a review of their clinical pharmacology and recommended therapeutic use.
Maton PN and Burton ME. Drugs 1999 - Review. PMID 10400401
The effect of antacids on the stomach is due to partial neutralisation of gastric hydrochloric acid and inhibition of the proteolytic enzyme, pepsin. ...Most antacids, except sodium bicarbonate, may decrease drug absorption by adsorption or chelation of other drugs. Most adverse effects from antacids are minor with periodic use of small amounts. ...
The effect of antacids on the stomach is due to partial neutralisation of gastric hydrochloric acid and inhibition of the proteolytic …
[Antacids--an historical overview].
Meyer W. Pharm Unserer Zeit 2007 - Review. PMID 17283746 German.
[Antacids].
Matzen P. Ugeskr Laeger 1981 - Review. PMID 7025405 Danish.
Are antacids cytoprotective?
Hollander D and Tarnawski A. Gut 1989 - Review. PMID 2564832 Free PMC article.
[Antacids].
Sigstad H. Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen 1969. PMID 5398055 Norwegian.
Antacids and peptic ulcer--a reappraisal.
Morris T and Rhodes J. Gut 1979 - Review. PMID 38192 Free PMC article.
Antacids can reduce gastroduodenal acidity for long periods if taken in substantial quantities after food. Their healing effect on gastric ulcer is minimal, if present at all, and easily overwhelmed by the benefit obtained from admission to hospital. ...Clinical impression strongly suggests that antacids relieve pain in peptic ulcer but objective confirmation is lacking....
Antacids can reduce gastroduodenal acidity for long periods if taken in substantial quantities after food. Their healing effect on ga
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