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heartburn treatment in primary care: randomised, double blind study for 8 weeks.to compare the effects and tolerability of omeprazole and cisapride with that of placebo for control of heartburn in primary care patients.199910463897
[gaining new knowledge in clinical practice].a study of the diffusion of knowledge about helicobacter pylori and gastrointestinal disease among norwegian clinicians is reported. a questionnaire about when and how research results on helicobacter pylori and gastrointestinal disease were taken up by doctors in their practice was sent to 200 general practitioners and 200 medical and surgical gastroenterologists. this norwegian study is part of a comparative study of the uptake process in the five scandinavian countries which is planned to be ...199910074830
[helicobacter pylori infection among employees at the gastroenterologic section, haukeland hospital].using the c-14 urea breath test we estimated the gastric urease activity among 46 healthy norwegians, all employed at the section of gastroenterology, haukeland hospital, norway. the overall prevalence of helicobacter pylori-infection (30.4%) is similar to that reported previously among healthy subjects outside hospitals. the tendency towards higher prevalence among the gastroenterologists (41.7%) may be accounted for partly by the preponderance of males in this profession. the results do not su ...19902321194
helicobacter pylori infection and hyperemesis gravidarum. an institution-based case-control study.the etiology of hyperemesis gravidarum (hg) is unclear. to test the hypothesis of an association between helicobacter pylori infection and hg, an institution-based case-control study was performed at aker university hospital (auh) during 1994-1999.200818493859
summary of avoidable cancers in the nordic countries.an overview is given of the most important known causes of cancer in the five nordic countries and the resulting number of cancers that are potentially avoidable. the main causes include active and passive smoking, alcohol consumption, exposure to asbestos and other occupational carcinogens, solar and ionizing radiation, obesity, human papillomavirus infection in the female genital tract and infection with helicobacter pylori. the organs most commonly affected are those of the respiratory system ...19979462826
urokinase plasminogen activator receptor is expressed in invasive cells in gastric carcinomas from high- and low-risk countries.gastric cancer is the second cancer causing death worldwide. both incidence and mortality rates vary according to geographical regions. the receptor for urokinase plasminogen activator (upar) is involved in extracellular matrix degradation by mediating cell surface associated plasminogen activation, and its presence on gastric cancer cells is linked to micro-metastasis and poor prognosis. immunohistochemical analyses of a set of 44 gastric cancer lesions from costa rica showed expression of upar ...201019609941
erosive prepyloric changes in dyspeptics and non-dyspeptics in a defined population. the sørreisa gastrointestinal disorder study.in this population-based endoscopic survey we found erosive prepyloric changes (epc) in 38.5% of dyspeptics and 35.1% of non-dyspeptics. epc were observed more frequently in men than in women in both groups. occurrence of helicobacter pylori was not associated with epc. no common gastrointestinal symptoms were found to be associated with epc. endoscopic duodenitis of the duodenal bulb was found more frequently in subjects with epc of the two highest grades than in subjects without epc. only the ...19921502487
the natural course of helicobacter pylori infection on endoscopic findings in a population during 17 years of follow-up: the sørreisa gastrointestinal disorder study.the natural course of helicobacter pylori (h. pylori) is poorly understood, as most research in the field has been on patient populations. we studied the natural course of h. pylori and its associations to morphological changes of the gastric mucosa, peptic ulcer, and reflux oesophagitis in a prospective cohort study of subjects with and without dyspepsia. a total of 361 adults (201 men/160 women, mean age 41/42 years) in sørreisa municipality, norway who in 1987 were subjected to upper endoscop ...200919629722
non-ulcer dyspepsia and peptic ulcer: the distribution in a population and their relation to risk factors.the aetiology of non-ulcer dyspepsia and a possible connection to peptic ulcer disease is debated. this paper discusses this problem in a population based study.19968984017
bismuth therapy for helicobacter pylori infection. a review of five years experience at a university hospital in norway.eradication of h. pylori cures peptic ulcer disease. bismuth and antibiotics in various combinations were tested at a single university hospital.19968777305
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