Acid Reflux: More Than a Nuisance
Published Online: Friday, May 30, 2014
Nurse practitioner and digestive diseases expert Jan Seliga answers questions about acid reflux, which is frequently dismissed as a nuisance, but can lead to serious damage to the stomach and esophagus if not properly treated.
Recent study on healing rates of reflux esophagitis patients suggests that some refractory patients may heal with extended acid suppression treatment.
A recent study indicates that eating meals quickly does not increase reflux episodes in gastroesophageal reflux disease patients.