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ОСОБЕННОСТИ НОВОГО ИНГИБИТОРА ПРОТОННОЙ ПОМПЫ ДЕКСЛАНСОПРАЗОЛА В КАПСУЛАХ С МОДИФИЦИРОВАННЫМ ВЫСВОБОЖДЕНИЕМ (ДЕКСИЛАНТ®)*

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2015

М. Осипенко, доктор медицинских наук, профессор, С. Холин, кандидат медицинских наук Новосибирский государственный медицинский университет E-mail: ngma@bk.ru

В статье дан современный обзор особенностей фармакокинетики нового инновационного ингибитора протонной помпы (ИПП) – капсул с модифицированным высвобождением декслансопразола (Дексилант®). Благодаря двухэтапному высвобождению и увеличению времени нахождения препарата в крови препарат показал высокую эффективность в лечении различных форм гастроэзофагеальной рефлюксной болезни, по ряду показателей превосходящую эффективность других ИПП, а также обеспечивающую бóльшую приверженность больных лечению.

Ключевые слова: 
гастроэзофагеальная рефлюксная болезнь
ингибиторы протонной помпы
Дексилант®

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Осипенко М., Холин С. ОСОБЕННОСТИ НОВОГО ИНГИБИТОРА ПРОТОННОЙ ПОМПЫ ДЕКСЛАНСОПРАЗОЛА В КАПСУЛАХ С МОДИФИЦИРОВАННЫМ ВЫСВОБОЖДЕНИЕМ (ДЕКСИЛАНТ®)* . Врач, 2015; (1): 25-29


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