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      Clinical use of proton-pump inhibitors but not H2-blockers or antacid/alginates raises the serum levels of amidated gastrin-17, pepsinogen I and pepsinogen II in a random adult population.

      Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology

      Young Adult, Adult, Statistics, Nonparametric, Risk Assessment, Questionnaires, therapeutic use, adverse effects, Proton Pump Inhibitors, Probability, secretion, blood, Pepsinogens, Pepsinogen C, Pepsinogen A, Middle Aged, Male, Humans, Histamine H2 Antagonists, Gastrins, pathology, drug effects, Gastric Mucosa, Gastric Acid, Follow-Up Studies, Female, Drug Administration Schedule, Dose-Response Relationship, Drug, Cohort Studies, Biological Markers, Aged, 80 and over, Aged

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          Proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs), H(2) receptor antagonists (H(2)RAs) and antacids/alginates reduce intragastric acidity and may thus influence normal gastric physiology. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of these compounds on serum levels of amidated gastrin-17 (G-17) and pepsinogens (PGI & PGII) in a large, random, adult Swedish population sample with uninfected stomach mucosa. The initial sample subjects (n=1000, mean age 50 years, range 20-80 years) completed a questionnaire on the use of acid inhibitory drugs 1 week and/or 3 months before study entry. All subjects (n=590) with normal gastric mucosa as delineated by serum biomarkers were included. Among them, serum levels of PGI, PGII and G-17 were compared between those who used acid inhibitory drugs and those who did not. The serum levels of G-17 or pepsinogens in the subjects who reported use of H(2)RAs (n=18) or antacid/alginates (n=66) during the previous 3 months did not differ from those in non-users (n=471). However, the median levels of G-17 and pepsinogens were significantly (p<0.001) higher among the PPI users (n=35) than among non-users: the levels were approximately doubled. The ratio of PGI/PGII was, however, similar between PPI users and non-users, or those using antacids/alginates or H(2)RAs. Among subjects using PPIs, the serum levels of pepsinogens correlated positively (p<0.01) with the serum levels of G-17. PPIs but not antacids/alginates or H(2)RAs markedly increase the fasting levels of serum amidated G-17 and pepsinogens among ordinary patients in everyday clinical practice.

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          10.1080/00365520902745062
          19263272

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