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nbme19/Block 1/Question#1 (24.6 difficulty score)
53 yo woman w/GERD. Diet change, stress ...
OmeprazoleπŸ”,πŸ“Ί
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an_improved_me  These questions can be so frustrating... I mean most people know PPIs are your go to when considering GERD / peptic ulcer disease... but when you speicfically add "both relieving Sx ... promoting healing", why even add a drug that specifically and directly does both... I mean PPIs promote healing, but so indirectly. This hurts my heart +1