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Journal :   Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology

Volume No. :   3

Issue No. :  3

Year :  2010

Pages :   721-726

ISSN Print :  0974-3618

ISSN Online :  0974-360X


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The Management Aspect of Duodenal Ulcer with Special Reference to Diet and Pharmacotherapy

Address:   Susanta Kumar Rout*, Saptarshi Dutta, Mukul Sengupta and Srimanta Das
L. B. Rao College of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, B.D Rao College Campus, Bethak road, Khambhat, Anand, Gujrat-388620.
*Corresponding Author
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A duodenal ulcer is a raw area or open sore (ulcer) that develops when there is a break in the lining of the duodenum, the upper part of the small intestine which is connected to the stomach. Duodenal ulcers are characterized by remissions and relapses. Various recommendations have been made to render the patient symptom-free; these include the use of diet; intermittent, continuous, and on-demand treatment with H2 antagonists; surgery; and mucosal protective agents. Campylobacter pylori have been associated with duodenal ulcer relapse. Eradication of the organism may prevent relapse. Treatment with colloidal bismuth subcitrate and antibiotics, which has antibacterial activity, results in lower relapse rates. While prescription drugs are effective for treating the symptoms of digestive problems, but sometimes they have producing a negative effects (side effects). Due to this limitation people as well as doctors prefer more natural, healthier approach, herbal remedies safely improve digestive health and reduces inflammation.
Duodenal ulcer, Campylobacter pylori, herbal remedies, H2antagonist.
Susanta Kumar Rout, Saptarshi Dutta, Mukul Sengupta, Srimanta Das. The Management Aspect of Duodenal Ulcer with Special Reference to Diet and Pharmacotherapy. Research J. Pharm. and Tech.3 (3): July-Sept. 2010; Page 721-726.
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