Mayo Clinic Proceedings - Proton Pump Inhibitors: Review of Emerging Concerns (February 1, 2018)
One of the premier peer-reviewed clinical journals in general and internal medicine, Mayo Clinic Proceedings is among the most widely read and highly cited scientific publications for physicians, with a circulation of approximately 125,000. Mayo Clinic Proceedings is published by Elsevier and sponsored by Mayo Clinic and the Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. The mission of Mayo Clinic Proceedings is to promote the best interest of patients by advancing the knowledge and professionalism of the physician community. Since 2009 the Journal has offered CME credit for specific articles from both the Mayo Clinic for Concise Review for Clinicians and specially commissioned Symposia articles (comprehensive coverage on one topic).
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On completion of this article, you should be able to (1) recognize US Food and Drug Administration (FDA)–approved indications for use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs); (2) summarize the reported adverse effects of long-term proton pump inhibitor use and describe which consequences are most likely and least likely to be causative; and (3) describe current recommendations for the optimal administration and continued monitoring of patients using proton pump inhibitors.
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No relevant financial relationships:
Planning Committee, Editorial Board Members and Staff
Karl A. Nath, M.D.
Christopher M. Wittich, M.D.
Relevant financial relationships: None.
Off-label drugs: None.
AUTHORS DISCLOSURE SUMMARY:
Authors: Avinash K. Nehra; Jeffrey A. Alexander; Conor G. Loftus; and Vandana Nehra, MD
Affiliations: From the Department of General Surgery (A.K.N..) and Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology (J.A.A., C.G.L., V.N.), Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
Financial Support: None
Conflict of Interest Disclosure: Dr Alexander has a stock investment in Meritage Pharmacia, Inc, and has received research funding from Shire. The other authors report no competing interests.
Off-label drugs: None.
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