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Proton Pump Inhibitors ( PPI) Gastric protection prescribing guide

Where a NSAID is indicated and to reduce the risk of gastrointestinal adverse effects the lowest effective
dose for the shortest duration of treatment should be used. This document is intended as advisory it
does not replace clinical judgment which is assessed on a case by case basis.
As PPIs have become widely used, evidence has started to emerge regarding their long-term safety and
potential for adverse effects. Clinicians when considering prescribing long-term PPIs should consider if the
risks (see below) outweigh the benefits.

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Credit http://www.derbyshiremedicinesmanagement.nhs.uk/assets/Clinical_Guidelines/Formulary_by_BNF_chapter_prescribing_guidelines/BNF_chapter_1/PPI_Guidance.pdf

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