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Sucralfate to Improve Oral Intake in Children With Infectious Oral Ulcers: a Randomized, Double-blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial

The purpose of this study is to see if sucralfate, a medication commonly used for patients with stomach ulcers, may help pediatric patients with mouth ulcers decrease their pain level and improve their ability to drink.


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Magic Mouthwash Plus Sucralfate Versus Benzydamine Hydrogen Chloride (HCl) for the Treatment of Radiation-Induced Mucositis

Radiation treatment is very effective for treating cancers of the head and neck, however, during the course of treatment, it is common for patients to experience soreness of their mouth and throat due to the radiation. When radiation causes inflammation of the inside of the mouth, it is called 'mucositis'. There are several mouthwashes that are commonly used to prevent and treat mucositis, but none of these have been shown to be superior to another. This study is being conducte...

A Comparison of Effectiveness of Oral Sucrolfate, Alginate and Hydrotalcide in Dispeptic Pain Treatment

Dyspepsia is a very common but non-specific complaint that may indicate a group of symptoms that can be attributed to the upper gastrointestinal system, such as epigastric discomfort, abdominal bloating or fullness, stomach upset and nausea or vomiting that may be associated with food. We aimed to improve treatment management of patients with complaints of dyspeptic pain and emergency services, and to compare treatment efficacy of oral sucralfate, alginate and hydrotalci...


Comparison of Esomeprazole and Famotidine for Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis in Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit

Although stress ulcer is a complication that can cause mortality and morbidity in critical patients, there is still lack of consensus about its prophylaxis. There is also few data available from Taiwan. H2 blockers are commonly used due to convenience. Some prefer sucralfate (a mucosal protective agent) for the sake of less associated nosocomial pneumonia. Recently, proton pump inhibitors were shown to have good prophylactic effects for stress ulcer. Esomeprazole, an isoform of...

Confocal Endomicroscopy for Non-Erosive Reflux Disease Detection

Primary Objective: Evaluate response to NERD treatment between patients with normal endomicroscopy findings compared with patients with abnormal endomicroscopy findings. Secondary Objectives: To evaluate the role of probe based endomicroscopy in the diagnosis of NERD by evaluating dilated intercellular spaces, evaluation of IPCL, and quantification of fluorescein leak. Quality of life at study entry and end of study. Compare two medications under study within ea...

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Prevention of Upper Gastrointestinal Hemorrhage Using Albis® in the Patients of Locally Advanced Pancreatic Cancer Who Underwent Concurrent Chemoradiotherapy

Pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma is the fourth cause of death in the Western world. About 40% of pancreatic cancer patients were diagnosed as locally advanced unresectable status without distant metastasis. Concurrent chemoradiotherapy (CCRT) was a reasonable treatment modality for locally advanced pancreatic cancer. However, several adverse events of chemoradiation could lead unfavorable treatment results, which included unique gastrointestinal (GI) toxicities, such as ulcer a...


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