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reflux


This 40-minute podcast will use a longitudinal case study to demonstrate how different adult reflux patients require different approaches to therapy at different stages of life, and how expert knowledge …

Reflux symptoms are common in the community and pharmacists are often the first acute care practitioners sought by patients for advice and products for symptom relief. Pharmacists have an important …

Join Dr Brett MacFarlane on this live webinar for an overview of reflux symptoms and management, including optimal use of medicines 23 May 2023 | 7-8.00PM AEST Reflux symptoms are …

Not all patients with reflux symptoms present with heartburn and/or regurgitation. It is important for pharmacists to be able to identify the possibility of a person presenting with atypical reflux …

Despite the growing interest in probiotics, what does the evidence tell us and what advice should pharmacists be giving their customers?  It seems that rising awareness of the link between …

Debbie Rigby takes a look at the latest in research news A primer on medicinal cannabis safety and potential adverse effects The aim of this review is to discuss the …

Considering the key factors involved in proton pump Inhibitor therapy may assist pharmacists in initiating successful step-down attempts Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease (GORD) is a common complaint among the general community. …

Due to the high prevalence of reflux symptoms in the general community and an array of over-the-counter options, many people turn to their local pharmacist first for treatment advice Despite …

Leading pharmacist calls for more guidelines on colic, constipation and reflux in infants, as new survey shows 99% of pharmacists field questions on these disorders A new survey has found …

GPs are over-prescribing acid suppressant medicines for babies with GORD and reflux, new research has found The report, in Archives of Disease in Childhood, is based on a prospective study …