Combination medication regimen for 11 types of gastritis

alopah Date:2021-08-11 11:19:20
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Gastritis is one of the most common digestive disorders and is generally classified as acute gastritis or chronic gastritis.


Acute gastritis


Acute gastritis is usually caused by irritating foods and drugs, and mostly manifests as distention and discomfort, pain in the upper abdomen, and indigestion such as loss of appetite, nausea, and vomiting. If accompanied by enteritis there is diarrhea, dilute stools, vomiting blood or blood in stool, dehydration, shock and acidosis.


Dosing regimen


1,Ranitidine+Aluminium thioglycollate+Gastrofluan


Ranitidine can inhibit the secretion of gastric acid and promote the repair of gastric mucosa.


Aluminum thioglycollate is a protective agent of gastric mucosa, which can form a protective film with the protein of gastric mucosa and prevent the damage of gastric acid to gastric mucosa.


Gastroflucan can promote the peristalsis of stomach and intestines, which can quickly relieve the symptoms of nausea and vomiting. The combination of these three drugs can enhance the barrier effect of gastric mucosa and reduce the adverse stimulation such as gastric acid, and also can quickly reduce the symptoms and improve the patient’s compliance with treatment, which is ideal.


2,morpholine + ranitidine + colloidal bismuth


An important reason for the occurrence of gastritis is the destruction of the gastric mucosa by gastric acid, so the inhibition of gastric acid secretion can play a role in protecting the gastric mucosa, ranitidine is such a drug, it can weaken the attack of gastric acid on the stomach.


Colloidal bismuth is a protective agent of gastric mucosa, which can enhance the barrier effect of gastric mucosa.


Morpholine can promote gastrointestinal motility and is suitable for patients with combined abdominal distension or nausea and vomiting.


The combination of the above drugs protects the gastric mucosa from both enhancing protection and weakening attack, and the effect is ideal.


3,Cimetidine+Gastric Tablet+Gastroflucan+Metronidazole


Cimetidine is a drug that inhibits the secretion of gastric acid, which can reduce the stimulating effect of gastric acid on gastric mucosa and facilitate the repair of damaged gastric mucosa.


Gastric tablets can inhibit or kill a variety of pathogenic bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract, protect the gastric mucosa, effectively prevent damage to the gastrointestinal mucosa from harmful factors, relieve spasm of the gastrointestinal tract, relieve pain, neutralize gastric acid and regulate the motor function of the stomach and intestines.


Gastroflucan is a gastrointestinal motility drug, which can solve patients’ gastrointestinal symptoms such as nausea and vomiting.


Metronidazole has a dual action, killing bacteria on the one hand and treating H. pylori on the other.


The combination of the above drugs is suitable for patients with mild acute gastritis combined with enteritis.


4,Gastric soda granules + Famotidine + Tinidazole + Amoxicillin


Gastric Sul granules is a traditional Chinese medicine, which can protect the gastric mucosa and enhance its resistance to disease.


Famotidine here also plays a role in inhibiting gastric acid secretion and protecting gastric mucosa, relieving patients’ symptoms of heartburn and acid reflux.


The combination of tinidazole and aldicarb is a diphtheric antibiotic to remove Helicobacter pylori, which can also kill the bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract. It is suitable for patients with gastrointestinal colds, which can treat both gastritis and enteritis.




5,Colloidal bismuth + 654-2 + metronidazole + ranitidine


Colloidal bismuth is a protective agent for gastric mucosa, which plays a protective role by inhibiting the synthesis of factors damaging to gastric mucosa, with precise and excellent effect, especially for gastric mucosa damage caused by drinking alcohol and taking certain drugs irritating to stomach.


Ranitidine reduces the attacking effect of gastric acid on gastric mucosa and thus indirectly promotes the repair of the stomach.


Metronidazole is used to eliminate inflammation in the stomach.


6,54-2 can release the spasm of the gastrointestinal tract and quickly relieve abdominal pain and diarrhea.


The combination of the above drugs is quite effective in patients with significant abdominal pain caused by alcohol consumption and unclean diet.


Chronic gastritis


Symptoms are burning pain, hidden pain, distension, bloating, belching, loss of appetite, acid reflux, nausea and vomiting, weakness, constipation or diarrhea, bleeding, etc. It is a common and frequent disease, and the course of the disease is lingering and easily recurring.


Drug regimen


1,Bismuth potassium citrate + ranitidine + amoxicillin


Potassium bismuth citrate and ranitidine have both antibacterial and bactericidal activities against H. pylori, and their combined use with amoxicillin can greatly enhance the antibacterial effect, and the eradication rate of H. pylori in combination with amoxicillin is 89% according to the literature. Its usage is 800 mg of bismuth citrate ranitidine twice/day and 500 mg of amoxicillin 4 times/day for 2 weeks.


This drug combination is mainly suitable for chronic gastritis caused by H. pylori infection.


2,Aluminum thioglycollate + ranitidine


Aluminum thioglycollate is a gastric mucosal protective agent, which can neutralize the bile salts in the stomach and reduce the irritating effect of bile reflux on gastric mucosa.


Ranitidine is a drug to inhibit gastric acid secretion, which can reduce the damage of gastric acid to mucosa.


The combined application of the above two drugs can significantly improve the symptoms of heartburn and abdominal pain, and is suitable for gastritis caused by NSAIDs or bile reflux.




Morpholine is a gastrointestinal motility drug, suitable for gastric prolapse, pyloric hypotonia, bile reflux, and its combination with aluminum thioglycollate and omeprazole can relieve acid reflux, nausea, abdominal distension and other indigestion symptoms, with the effect of both the surface and the root.


However, it should be noted that patients with type A atrophic gastritis should not be given drugs that inhibit gastric acid secretion, such as omeprazole, and symptomatic treatment should be given, such as folic acid and vitamin B12 for anemia.


4,Bismuth potassium citrate + ranitidine + clarithromycin


Potassium bismuth citrate and ranitidine have both antibacterial and bactericidal activities against H. pylori, and the combination with clarithromycin has an eradication rate of 83% for H. pylori, which is an effective combination drug for the removal of H. pylori for patients who are allergic to amoxicillin.


Its usage is clarithromycin 250mg 4 times/day and bismuth citrate ranitidine 800mg 2 times/day for 2 weeks.


5,Etopride + Daxil + Amoxicillin + Ornidazole


Etopride is a new gastrointestinal motility drug, which can promote both gastric and intestinal peristalsis and improve patients’ symptoms such as loss of appetite, abdominal distension and constipation.


Daxil is a chewable gastric mucosa protector, which can provide rapid relief for acid reflux, heartburn and abdominal pain with mild side effects.


The combination of amoxicillin and ornidazole is mainly used to kill Helicobacter pylori and eradicate the largest cause of chronic gastritis, which has been proven to be effective, but amoxicillin is contraindicated for those who are allergic to penicillin.


The combination of the above drugs is another better combination for gastritis.


6,Lizudra + gentamicin procaine + mosapride


Bismuth potassium citrate is a bismuth agent, which can enhance the resistance of gastric mucosa and play a protective role for gastric mucosa. Its combination with gentamicin can eliminate inflammation in the stomach and kill H. pylori to some extent, but it is not as effective as the combination of amoxicillin and ornidazole.


Moxaburi is a full gastrointestinal motility drug, which is used in combination with Rizdexamfetamine and Gentamicin for chronic gastritis not caused by H. pylori, and it should be suggested here that elimination of the cause is important.

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