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China Pharmacy ; (12): 5008-5010, 2016.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-506269


OBJECTIVE:To observe clinical efficacy and safety of sertraline hydrochloride combined with esomeprazole in the treatment of patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease complicating with depression. METHODS:80 patients with gastroesopha-geal reflux disease complicating with depression selected from our hospital were divided into control group and observation group according to random number table,with 40 cases in each group. Control group received Esomeprazole magnesium enteric-coated tablets orally 40 mg,qd;observation was additionally given Sertraline hydrochloride tablets 50 mg,qd,on the basis of control group. Both groups received treatment for 1 month. Clinical efficacies of 2 groups were observed as well as clinical symptom score,gastroesophageal reflux disease diagnostic questionnaire (GERD Q scale) score,SDS score. The occurrence of ADR was compared between 2 groups. RESULTS:The total effective rate of observation group 92.50%,which was significantly higher than 77.50% of control group,with statistical significance (P0.05). After treatment,above scores of 2 groups were improved signifi-cantly,and the observation group was significantly better than the control group,with statistical significance(P0.05). CONCLUSIONS:Sertraline hydrochloride com-bined with esomeprazole shows significantly therapeutic efficacy in the treatment of patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease complicating with depression,and can effectively alleviate the clinical symptoms and improve depression with good safety.

Chinese Journal of Rehabilitation Theory and Practice ; (12): 989-990, 2010.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-964198


@#ObjectiveTo explore the percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy on patients with central nervous system injuries in neurological rehabilitation and to establish enteral nutrition.MethodsThirty-two patients with central nervous system were enrolled for percutaneous gastrostomy, using the Pull technique.ResultsThe successful rate of percutaneous gastrostomy as Pull technique was 100%, 2 cases of stomach bleeding through endoscopy. Straining the fixation gasket and partial compression stoped bleeding. One patient appeared swelling and secretions in abdominal incisions, and recovered after dealing with local iodophor and changing fresh dressing. Hypostatic pneumonia occurred in one patient, and improved after anti-infective treatment. No serious complications occurred.ConclusionPercutaneous gastrostomy is a simple and safe for the patients with central nervous system injuries.