Medicine-induced upper gastrointestinal disease

Upper gastrointestinal symptoms are common complaints discussed and treated in pharmacy. Pharmacists are well placed to identify potential medicine related causes and make recommendations to remove or reduce the risk. In this article, pharmacist Jo Comper takes a closer look at medicine-induced upper gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms including their pathophysiology, risk factors and medication management. By

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