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Handling The Clopidogrel - Proton Pump Inhibitor (PPI) Drug Interaction
 
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Many healthcare providers remain uncertain about how best to handle a well-known drug interaction between clopidogrel and proton pump inhibitors. In this edition of Pharmacy Pearls, I am going to summarize an excellent editorial by Dr. David Juurlink, professor of Medicine at the University of Toronto, which was published in the journal Circulation in 2009. It discusses the nature of the interaction, its importance to patients, as well as three simple management strategies for dealing with it. Please stay tuned to the end of the video for a link to the article. Ensure you never miss a video by subscribing to my YouTube channel.
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Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPIs) Diminish the Efficacy of Clopidogrel
 
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In several observation studies, it has been suggested that a true pharmacologic interaction exists between clopidogrel (Plavix) and PPIs. Pharmacodynamic data suggest that competitive inhibition of CYP2C19 by PPIs decreases the availability of the active metabolite of clopidogrel and therefore diminishes its anti-platelet efficacy. This attenuation of anti-platelet effect of clopidogrel in conjunction with PPI has been supported in many platelet function studies and recent data has further shown that the decreased anti-platelet effect of clopidogrel translates into adverse cardiovascular outcomes. More details: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3262372/ https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5491085/
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Plavix and Nexium Drug Interaction
 
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Possible issue with taking Plavix and PPIs together
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Proton Pump Inhibitors Increase Risk for Kidney Failure and Heart Attacks
 
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Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) such as Prilosec, Nexium, Protonix, and Aciphex have been available for about 20 years and each year about 15 million people use them and bring in $10 billion every year. PPIs are vastly overprescribed by MDs and because they are available over the counter, are overused by patients. The major known side effects of PPIs include poor digestion, poor absorption of B12, iron, calcium, and magnesium which lead to an increased risk for osteoporosis, senile dementia, C difficile infections, pneumonia and now according to articles in the January 11, 2016 issue of the journal Internal Medicine an increased risk for having chronic kidney disease and, as documented in the June of 2015 issue of the journal PLoS One, heart attacks. PPIs also block the metabolism of Valium, Coumadin, DIlantin, Digoxin and probably decrease the effectiveness of Plavix. For more information, visit http://doctorsaputo.com
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Clopidogrel Nursing Considerations, Side Effects, and Mechanism of Action Pharmacology for Nurses
 
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Grab our free cheatsheet covering the 50 most commonly prescribed medications right here: http://NRSNG.com/50meds Listen to all the episodes at: https://www.nrsng.com/medmaster-podcast/ View the blog post here: https://www.nrsng.com/clopidogrel-plavix/ Clopidogrel Generic Name: clopidogrel Trade Name: Plavix Indication: atherosclerotic events, MI, CVA, PVD, acute coronary syndrome Action: inhibits platelet aggregation Therapeutic Class: Antiplatelet agent Pharmacologic Class: platelet aggregation inhibitors Nursing Considerations:  may cause GI bleeding, neutropenia, hypercholesterolemia  may increase risk for bleeding in warfarin, aspirin, heparin  can increase risk for bleeding with garlic, ginkgo, ginger  monitor for signs of bleeding  monitor bleeding times  monitor CBC and platelet count  discontinue use 5-7 days before surgery
Is Plavix a blood thinner?
 
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Cardiac & thoracic surgeon J. Mark Pool explains how Plavix is NOT a blood thinner.
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Clopidogrel: Antiplatelet Drug to Prevent Blood Clots in Heart Disease and Stroke
 
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Source: https://www.medindia.net/ For more information, Please visit: https://www.medindia.net/doctors/drug_information/clopidogrel.htm Clopidogrel belongs to a group of medications called antiplatelet drugs. It prevents the aggregation or binding of platelets and therefore prevents the formation of blood clots. Clopidogrel is prescribed to prevent blood clots in heart attack or myocardial infarction (MI), stroke or transient ischaemic attack (TIA), angina (severe chest pain), atrial fibrillation (irregular heartbeats), atherosclerosis (hardening of arteries), peripheral arterial disease, and in surgery involving coronary stent. Monitor blood parameters regularly to detect thrombocytopenia or hemolytic anemia and the dentist must be informed about the use of clopidogrel before performing dental surgery. Please help us translate this video in your language to make it more universal and useful to your language community. We present useful and essential information on the drug clopidogrel that everyone should know when taking this drug. Use Medindia drug information to check drug to drug interactions if you are taking more than one drug. Share your comments if you are experiencing any unusual side effects.
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CYP2C19 and Proton Pump Inhibitor Response
 
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The CPMC examines the relationship between medication and genetics and returns a report on proton pump inhibitors, a class of drugs that reduce the amount of acid made by the stomach.
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Clopidogrel
 
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GI Acid Medication *Part 2* (Proton Pump Inhibitor PROTONIX)
 
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Proton Pump Inhibitors (PPI) - Top 250 Drugs
 
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Sample video of the Top 250 Drugs (http://top250drugs.com) covering proton pump inhibitors (omeprazole, esomeprazole, pantoprazole, lansoprazole, dexlansoprazole). View more videos to build your foundational, long-term knowledge of drug therapy at: http://top250drugs.com
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Gastroenterology Controversies: Long Term Safety of Proton Pump Inhibitors
 
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A Division of Gastroenterology Grand Rounds presented by Charles Snyder, MD, PGY-6, Gastroenterology.
Proton Pump Inhibitors Warning - PPI Lawyers and Pending Lawsuits
 
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http://www.aboutbirthdefects.org In this video, the FDA discusses the risks surrounding Proton Pump Inhibitors.
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PPI SIDE EFFECTS NEWS, WHAT PPI COMPANIES HIDE FROM DOCTORS
 
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Chronic use of proton-pump inhibitors may increase CKD, KIDNEY DISEASE, End Stage Renal Disease, Kidney damage, Nephritis, CVD, Heart attack etc. DO no take #pantoprazole, #omeprazole, #rabeprazole, #esomeprazole etc... CLICK THIS LINK http://www.slideshare.net/PAWANVKULKARNI/review-of-new-alerts-on-proton-pump-inhibitors-ppi-adverse-effects-2015-55022824
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Top 5 Reasons NEVER to Take a Proton Pump Inhibitor
 
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Top 5 Reasons NEVER to Take a Proton Pump Inhibitor. Proton Pump Inhibitors Proton Pump Inhibitor mechanism of action Proton Pump Inhibitors mechanism of action Proton Pump Inhibitors animation Proton Pump Inhibitors side effects . Proton pump inhibitors are a type of drug commonly known as acid-blockers, whose primary purpose is to reduce the amount of gastric acid secreted in the stomach wall. Available with or without a prescription, acid-blockers are used to treat common disorders such as indigestion, heartburn, acid reflux, and various ulcers. These types of digestive disturbances are so common, proton pump inhibitors, or PPIs, were prescribed at nearly 270 million hospital trips made by adults via ambulance from 2006 to 2010.[1] The standard American diet of sugar-laden, highly-acidic processed foods, and the stress-filled lifestyle that accompanies it, make it easy to swallow the fact that PPIs are among the most highly prescribed drugs on the planet.Top 5 Reasons NEVER to Take a Proton Pump Inhibitor #healthy life dilla do not forget subscribe like and share. send us your suggestions in comments to make my videos better and useful, help us better, thank you - Subscribe this channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZz9ZdLPcjtxa09kQaSTLrA - Likes me on facebook : - Follow me on G+ : Backsound Free Royalty license by ...
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Mechanism of action - Proton pump inhibitors
 
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The following animation details the mechanism of action of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs)
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CYP2C19 and Clopidogrel (Plavix ­®) Response
 
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The CPMC examines the relationship between medication and genetics and returns a report on Clopidogrel (Plavix®), an anti-platelet drug designed to reduce risk for stroke and heart attack
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Proton Pump Inhibitor
 
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Nurs 312 pharmacology teaching project presented by Kelley Young
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The Pharmacogenetics Series - CYP2C19
 
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Short animated video to illustrate essential pharmacogenetic features with respect to CYP2C19. Originally identified as mephenytoin hydroxylase, but eventually re-named CYP2C19. The metabolism of mephenytoin by CYP2C19 stereoselectively favours the S-enantiomer. Consequently, if the racemic mixture is administered, the S/R ratio of mephenytoin may be used as the metabolic ratio for phenotyping. CYP2C19 is genetically polymorphic. Three types of alleles are identifiable - the normal wildtype allele, the loss of function alleles (mainly *2 and *3) and the increased activity allele (*17). Four main phenotypes are recognizable - extensive metabolizer, EM, (homozygous wild-type), poor metabolizer, PM, (homozygous or compound homozygous for loss of function allele, intermediate metabolizer, IM, (heterozygous for wildtype or *17 with loss of function allele), ultrarapid metabolizer, UM, (homozygous or heterozygous *17). There is a reasonable genotype-phenotype correlation, with the major difference between extensive metabolizers and poor metabolizers. The ultra-rapid metabolizer pheotype may be identified, but overlaps completely with the extensive metabolizers. The difference is not clinically significant. Common substrates include: antiplatelet agents - clopidogrel proton pump inhibitors - e.g. omeprazole antiepileptics - e.g. mephenytoin, phanytoin antidepressants For more information on CYP2C19 phenotypes and clopidogrel dosing, please view: https://youtu.be/DlL6J1B7rBk For more interestin stuff, please visit: www.pharmacologytutorials.com
Healthbeat - Prilosec & Plavix
 
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A warning about two popular drugs that could be dangerous if you take them at the same time.
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Cardiology Countdown | PCI, PPI and Clopidogrel, Statins
 
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Dr. Christopher Cannon highlights his top 3 CV news picks for the week of November 8, 2010.
How Do Drugs Work: Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs)
 
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Dr Duncan Richards (Member, Young Pharmacologists Committee) describes how proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) work in the treatment of stomach ulcers and acid reflux
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How to stop Proton Pump Inhibitors (Protonix)
 
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My course on how to cure GERD: http://acid-reflux-and-gerd.com/ Disclaimer: http://acid-reflux-and-gerd.com/terms-and-conditions/ PPIs ( proton pump inhibitors) such as , Omeprazole, Prilosec, Prevacid, Aciphex, Protonix, and Nexium should not be taken more then 4 weeks , sometimes 8 weeks maximum, because of their side effects. You cannot stop it abruptly, it may cause severe GERD. Discontinue slowly, substituting one dose of PPI with medication from the other group: H-2 blocker (Cimetidine) or Antacid (TUMS) There is no rule how fast you may go. Its may take you 2-4 weeks or even longer. At the same time consider incorporating other natural substances such as Aloe Vera juice or DGL. It is very important at this time to identify the cause of YOUR acid reflux, see my video on this topic: 8 Common causes of Acid Reflux and GERD. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6fWR_ahglU Stay healthy Dr. V Waks
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Proton Pump Inhibitors Part 1
 
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Powerpoint lecture over proton pump inhibitors
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CBD and clopidogrel (Plavix®) Interaction - Dr. Roman at Nature's Way Medicine®
 
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Doctor Roman discusses the possibility of a clopidogrel and cbd interaction. Clopidogrel, also known as Plavix®, is a drug that prevents heart attacks. If its action is inhibited by CBD, the growing CBD market will result in unnecessary and preventable deaths. This video is a part of the blog post entitled, "Clopidogrel and CBD Interaction" on the Medical Marijuana Blog. Link: https://natureswaymedicine.com/clopidogrel-and-cbd-interaction/ Subscribe to our channel for more videos! Like us to let other people enjoy and learn. Comment below to provide constructive feedback! Like the video with a thumbs up! :) https://natureswaymedicine.com Follow us on www.facebook.com/natureswaymedicine , or Check out Dr. Roman's LinkedIn at linkedin.com/in/romanmd twitter.com/natureswaymed instagram.com/natureswaymed
Plavix® clopidogrel
 
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Pharmacy counseling video for Plavix® clopidogrel.
Common Drugs interactions- Don't Give OMEPRAZOLE - CLOPIDOGREL
 
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To knowabout more. visit- www.knowabout.co.uk Common Drugs interactions- Don't Give OMEPRAZOLE - CLOPIDROGEL
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Difference Between Pantoprazole and Omeprazole
 
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Pantoprazole is a new substituted benzimidazole which is a potent inhibitor of gastric acid secretion by its action upon H+,K(+)-ATPase. METHODS: The proton pump inhibitors pantoprazole and omeprazole were compared in a randomized, double-blind study in 219 patients with benign gastric ulcers.Prilosec (Omeprazole) is a proton pump inhibitor (PPI). It lowers the amount of acid in your stomach, treats heartburn, and heals ulcers. Protonix (pantoprazole) is a proton pump inhibitor. It lowers the amount of acid in your stomach which treats heartburn.In reading customer reviews it appears there are less side effects with ... I take pantoprazole and I'm not sure what to say. Side effects? I wasn't ...Protonix: Pantoprazole. Prilosec: Omeprazole. Fast answer: NO, there is not a significant difference in efficacy. Both have similar efficacy, although an individual ...advantages of omeprazole over pantoprazole ## There really is no ... Now the Doctor has Pantoprazolr Dr. Is it going to make a difference?I have read a lot about the interaction between Plavix and PPI's but he thinks only Omeprazole have more effect on Plavix, not Pantoprazole. Please, let me ...Pantoprazole (Protonix) vs Omeprazole (Prilosec) Pantoprazole and Omeprazole are two drugs coming under the drug class category of proton ...Although Prilosec, Prilosec OTC and Protonix are in the same class of ... Interactions also exist between Prilosec and other drugs or substances ...A separate clinical trial examined the pharmacodynamic differences in ... Studies comparing pantoprazole with omeprazole found them to be equally effective. .... were not statistically different between the one-week and two-week treatment ...Pantoprazole vs omeprazole when treating acute gastric ulcers BACKGROUND: Pantoprazole is ... This produced a between-group difference
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Proton pump Inhibitors (PPI) - side effects, alerts and other issues 2016
 
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Issues & alerts side effects with proton pump inhibitors compiled. Panto prazole, Rabeprazole, omeprazole, lansoprazole, ilaprazole, esomeprazole.
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Proton Pump Inhibitors and Stroke
 
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New research published in the journal Circulation raises significant concerns that medications used to treat common stomach conditions like Nexium, Prilosec, Prevacid and Protonix may place patients at risk for stroke. This comes on the heels of research at Stanford University that supports risk for heart attack as well. To learn more go to: www.http://behealthybehappy.com References: Sehested, T., et al, 2016. Proton pump inhibitor use increases the associated risk of first-time ischemic stroke. A nationwide cohort study. American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2016. Online [available at]: http://circ.ahajournals.org/content/134/Suppl_1/A18462 [Accessed December 11, 2016]. Shah, N., et al, 2015. Proton pump inhibitor usage and the risk of myocardial infarction in the general population. Online [available at]: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4462578/ [Accessed December 3, 2016].
Heart Minute | Pantoprazole Lacks Clopidogrel Interaction
 
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Dr. Peter Block summarizes an article that appeared in Circ Cardiovasc Interv on Pantoprazole and Clopidogrel interaction. Peter C. Block, MD, FACC Statements or opinions expressed in this program reflects the views of the contributors and do not reflect the official policy of the ACCF, unless otherwise noted.
Using the PPI Deprescribing Algorithm - When to Reduce or Stop PPIs and How?
 
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Proton pump inhibitors (PPI) are a class of drugs used to treat heartburn, gastroesphageal reflux disease and gastric ulcers. This video provides an overview of how to use an evidence-based PPI deprescribing algorithm to help you decide when and how to safely reduce or stop PPIs if they are no longer needed, or possibly causing more harm than benefit. It also highlights the situations in which people should continue their PPIs. Find out more and fill out the video evaluation survey at http://deprescribing.org/resources/deprescribing-guidelines-algorithms/
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Clopidogrel - Mechanism of Action
 
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Antiplatelet medication Clopidogrel mechanism of action
Is the heart medication Plavix safe for me to take?
 
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Plavix is a blood thinner prescribed for heart attack prevention, stroke reduction and as an anti-clotting agent. However, recent studies indicate that it actually increases the risk of heart attacks, strokes and gastrointestinal bleeding for some users.
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Proton Pump Inhibitors  Easy to Understand.wmv
 
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http:www.boweldiseases.net Welcome to this video on Proton Pump Inhibitors. These are medications taken for ulcer and heartburn sufferers to reduce the amount of acid being released into the stomach. The stomach lining is responsible for producing acid when we eat.. They are located in folds in the stomach lining called Gastric Pits. They produce Gastric Acid which is Hydrochloric Acid, which are also called "protons". These cells pump the protons into the stomach. This video is not going to go into all the physiological details. You need to understand how Proton Pump Inhibitors work. They are one of the most prescribed medications. The smell, taste, and physical sensation of food all initiate the release of protons. Even the thought of food! Proton Pump Inhibitors do reduce the amount of acid in your stomach, but they so not bring about a permanent cure. They do not address the underlying cause of ulcers, which is most likely Helicobacter pylori bacteria. This slide shows Parietal Cells secreting acid and pepsin into the stomach. Tubes in the wall of these cells allow the transport the acid from inside the cell to the stomach. In this slide the secretions are stopped because the proton pump inhibitor perfectly fits into the pathway the cells need to secrete the acid. The proton pump inhibitor is a prefect fit to prevent the "tube" from letting out any acid. Proton Pump Inhibitors are different from H2 Receptor Blockers. They are covered in another video. H2 Receptor Blockers or H2 Antagonist act on the Histamine which triggers the parietal cells to begin production and transport. Every medication we take changes something our bodies do naturally. Often times they mask the symptom. Other times they interfere with a normal bodily function. When trying to heal or get relief it is important to understand the underlying causes of the problem. These videos are to help understand these causes and how the medications which are so often used actually work. You can take a multitude of medications. Both prescribed and natural. Digestion medicine is a huge industry. Make sure you are being cured or you will be buying medications forever. Masking symptoms is great for relief. Don't suffer. Do not prolong the problem either. to review: Proton Pumps are part of the cell membrane that transport protons into the stomach. Proton Pump Inhibitors put a cork int eh transport system. Ever see this in the pharmacy? There is money to be made healing you, just make sure you are being healed, and not a lifelong repeat customer. Thank you for watching. I hope you learned how a proton pump inhibitor works.
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The Purple Pill That Kills (PPIs)
 
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How to stop dependency of a class of medicines known as proton pump inhibitors or PPIs for short. They are widely known for their gastric acid suppressing effect in patients with symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). These drugs are referred to often as Nexium, Prilosec, Prevacid, Aciphex and Protonix, and all of these have active ingredients ending with -prazole, such as omeprazole, lansoprazole, rabeprazole and pantoprazole.
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Plavix (Clopidogrel): Know Your Drug
 
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In this week's episode of Know Your Drug, Brothers Matt Diehl and Nickolas Smithmyer discuss the prescription drug Plavix (Clopidogrel). Plavix is commonly prescribed to prevent strokes, heart attacks, and blood clots. This information is a general guideline and is not meant to replace physician orders. Patients using Plavix should use this medication according to their prescriber!
Dangerous Hypomagnesemia on Proton-Pump Inhibitors with other medications
 
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Hypomagnesemia on Proton-Pump Inhibitors with other medications, Mixing medications can be dangerous; this is practically true for PPI (proton pump inhibitors ), which are commonly prescribed for Acid reflux, GERD, laryngo-pharyngeal reflux (LPR) ,or Heartburn. This happens when the patient is suffering from concomitant conditions like Autoimmune Diseases, Asthma , and cancer or taking medications for them. PPI's like Aciphex Nexium Prevacid Prilosec omerprazole Protonix may lead to severe Hypomagnesemia when taken along with Azathioprine Cyclosporins rituximab (Rituxan) methotrexate (Trexall) sulfasalazine (Azulfidine). Make sure you double check with your doctor if you are considering taking any of these drugs. Hypomagnesaemia symptoms include: muscles cramps and spasms, depression, cardiac arrhythmia Source -------------------------- 'Lemonade Legs': Why do Some Patients Get Profound Hypomagnesaemia on Proton-Pump Inhibitors? http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/artic... New research tells us: YES! Corticosteroids are a class of steroid hormones that are produced in the adrenal cortex of vertebrates, as well as the synthetic analogues of these hormones. They are often prescribed by physicians for chronic or acute inflammation. Corticosteroids are also prescribed for autoimmune disease: R.A (rheumatoid arthritis), systemic lupus erythematosus. Also other conditions like: Asthma, obstructive bronchitis and many others. Physicians though Corticosteroids did not contribute to Acid reflux or GERD; However, patients are complaining and evidence is mounting to suggest otherwise. Sources: ---------------------------------------- Hypomagnesaemia on Proton-Pump Inhibitors? http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/artic... ---------------------------- My FREE course on acid reflux http://acid-reflux-and-gerd.com/free-... ★Dr. Veronica Waks' Course on GERD ★acid-reflux-and-gerd.com ★Follow me on Twitter: ★@doctorveronica ★Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Cure-for-acid-reflux-918304131535927/
How PPIs Affect the Absorption of Essential Nutrients
 
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Did you know that long-term use of Proton Pump Inhibitors can affect the way your body absorbs essential nutrients and did you know that this can frequently lead to nutritional deficiencies and more severe side effects, such as bone fractures, dementia, and gastrointestinal infections. Proton Pump Inhibitors work by blocking the production of acid in the stomach which increased your gastric pH. The sustained increase in gastric pH, caused by the regular use of Proton Pump Inhibitors has shown to decrease the absorption of calcium, magnesium, iron and vitamin B12. It has also shown to facilitate the colonization of pathogenic bacteria leading to opportunistic infections throughout the gastrointestinal track. Protect yourself with Proton Support. Proton Support with its patented formulation replenishes all the nutrients affected by the continuous use of Proton Pump Inhibitors. Proton Support contains special forms of highly soluble nutrients whose absorption does not depend on the gastric pH. Learn more about Companion Therapeutics and Proton Support at info@c-therapeutics.com or call 1-800-486-1266 to place your order over the phone!
Commonly Prescribed Medications May Be Risky Together
 
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Heart attack survivors are frequently given blood thinners to help prevent another heart attack. Often, they also receive a drug to prevent bleeding in the stomach. But now a new study shows two medications, clopidogrel (also known by other names, including Plavix) for the heart and PPIs (such as Nexium and Prilosec) for the stomach, given together, may be risky.
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Proton pump inhibitor side effects
 
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Plavix Coach
 
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RxHelp - Proton Pump Inhibitors/Calcium Supplements
 
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Advice from a person on the other side of the pharmacy counter. This video's topic: Proton Pump Inhibitors and Calcium Supplements. Do you or someone you know take Prilosec, Nexium, or other drugs like it? Do they also take a calcium supplement? There is an important drug interaction between these two medications! Listen up to find out more about it and how to solve it. It is extremely important for women with osteoporosis and those over the age of 65 to pay attention to this video!!
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Are there any side effects after long term use of PPI for GERD? - Dr. Ravindra B S
 
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Long term PPI we usually don’t advice. PPI means Pantoprazole, azomeprazole, Omeprazole or Rabeprazole. Usually it is a safe medicine, but very long term like 6 months, 1 year or 2 years then people may develop some problems like vitamin B12 deficiency, vitamin D deficiency, sometimes iodine levels may come down and sometimes calcium deficiency. We should always have the risk-benefit ratio. The problem is sometimes if we don’t take PPI then they start developing food pipe ulcers. Slowly they will develop into Barett’s oesophagus; it means the skin change of the food pipe. They can develop food pipe cancers. Therefore we should always balance when we are taking PPI. If not indicated then we should not take PPI for a long time. If taken long time we should check our Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Iodine and calcium levels and if low we should supplement that.
Magnesium and Proton Pump Inhibitor
 
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In December 2012 medsafe the New Zealand goverment health agency advised Practitioners, GP's that there was a risk of Magnesium Deficiency in people taking Proton Pump Inhibitor Medications. Common name Omeprazol, other examples are Pantoprazol. And if you are on this class of medication and you are suffering from Magnesium Deficiency we can help you identify the symptoms you may be suffering from. Or you are welcome to come and see us at Sydenham Pharmacy (359 Colombo St, Sydenham, Christchurch, New Zealand) in THE COLOMBO and we will help you identify if you are suffering from this problem. More about us on our Blog http://www.christchurchpharmacy.co.nz More about us on our Website http://www.familybrands.co.nz
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Proton Pump Inhibitors And Protonix Side Effects
 
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Cancer. Carcinoid Tumors. Risk increased by Proton pump Inhibitors (Omeprozole) and H2 antagonist.
 
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Proton pump Inhibitors(Prilosec, Omeprazole, Prevacid,Nexium, Protonix) and H2 antagonist (cimetidine,Ranitidine) are commonly prescribed for Acid reflux and Gerd without the side effects carefully considered. Haphazardly prescribing these medications can increase the patients risk for: esophageal cancer, Stomach cancer (gastric cancer), small and large intestine, rectal neuroendocrine tumors. Neuroendocrine cancer can occur in the lungs, GI tract, and other endocrine organs. From my experience in with my patients very few people truly over produce Hydrochloric acid. Yet their doctor still prescribe proton pump Inhibitors and H2 antagonist. Its much safer to try a natural approach to treatment your acid reflux and gerd first Cancer is scary one of the best tools to alleviate that fear is knowledge. ----- I have a FREE course on natural treatment of Acid reflux and GERD so you can avoid these medications if they are not necessary for you: http://acid-reflux-and-gerd.com/free-... Dr. Veronica Waks' Course on GERD acid-reflux-and-gerd.com Follow me on Twitter: @doctorveronica Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cure-f... Evidence That Proton-Pump Inhibitor Therapy Induces the Symptoms it Is Used to Treat by Kenneth E.L. McColl and Derek Gillen from Division of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences, University of Glasgow, Gardiner Institute, Glasgow, UK Published Online: June 01, 2009 Link: http://www.gastrojournal.org/article/...
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Pantoprazole (Protonix): Anti-ulcer Drug for GERD, Stomach Ulcer and Erosive Esophagitis
 
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Source: https://www.medindia.net/ For more information, Please visit: https://www.medindia.net/doctors/drug_information/pantoprazole.htm Pantoprazole belongs to the group of proton pump inhibitor drugs. It decreases the acid secretion from the stomach. Pantoprazole is available over-the-counter and does not need a prescription. Popular brands of pantoprazole are protonix, somac, protium, peptazol, pantop, pantocid, pantozol. Pantoprazole is used to treat gastritis, gastroesophageal reflux disease, peptic ulcer, helicobacter pylori infection, Barrett’s esophagus, erosive esophagitis, and Zollinger-Ellison syndrome. Pantoprazole tablets are also prescribed to prevent stress-induced ulcers. Please help us translate this video in your language to make it more universal and useful to your language community. We present useful and essential information on the drug pantoprazole that everyone should know when taking this drug. Use Medindia drug information to check drug to drug interactions if you are taking more than one drug. Share your comments if you are experiencing any unusual side effects.
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