FAMOTIDINE IN ACUTE DUODENAL ULCER
AbstractABSTRACTThis is an 8-week open study in which the effect and tolerance of Famotidine, in a dose of 40mg nocte was tried for the treatment of duodenal ulcer in 22 patients. Assessment was madeclinically, biochemically and endoscopically. The healing rate at the end of 8 weeks was 95.45%.The drug was well tolerated with no significant side effect. In conclusion, Famotidine is an effectiveand safe Duodenal ulcer healing drug, which is well tolerated and has minimal side effects
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