Enteric-Coated Aspirin Plus Immediate-Release Omeprazole—Reduces Incidence of Gastroduodenal Ulcers

The novel therapeutic agent PA65020 (enteric-coated aspirin plus immediate-release omeprazole) significantly reduced gastrointestinal mucosal damage after 28 days of treatment compared with enteric-coated aspirin (EC-ASA) alone. Results of this single-center, phase I, randomized, double-blind study suggest that for at-risk patients requiring analgesic doses of aspirin, PA65020 may be an important option according to a study presented at the 29th Annual ...

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