GI Drugs. By Dr. L. Saarmann. Anti- diarrheals. Adsorbents – coat mucosa, bind to toxins and eliminated in feces Anticholinergics – see neuro drugs Opiates – decrease motility. Laxatives. Bulk-forming – absorb water, distend bowel Emollient – lower surface tension, lubricate
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Dr. L. Saarmann
so H+ is pulled out of circulation and
leads to increased pH of stomach.
Changes in pH decrpepsin (digestive) activity.
Prevacid has the least interaction problems