Definition of Anti-ulcer Agent

Natural or synthetic Anti-ulcer Agents relieve and reduce the symptoms of ulcers in the stomach and upper small intestine, systemically and locally, by reducing gastric secretion (proton pump inhibitors), neutralizing hyperacidity (alkalinizing agents), or improving healing and protecting the mucosa (sucralfate). recurrent gastric and duodenal ulcers caused by helicobacter pylori infections are treated with antibiotic therapy. (NCI04)

Anti-ulcer Agent is from the group

Adjuvant

Other Names for Anti-ulcer Agent

Anti-ulcer Agent

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