Peptic Ulcer Disease is More Common in Patients of Chronic Kidney Disease ~ From A Clinician’s Bioscope

Incidence Peptic Ulcer Disease (PUD) has decreased over the past several years, so also surgeries for the condition; precisely due to the use of medications to decrease the strength of acid in stomach.

However, in a study of 10 years database extracted from the National Health Insurance Research Database in Taiwan, from 1998–2008, a group of researchers have found that the incidence of PUD has, in fact, increased among patients of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD), particularly those who receive haemodialysis (HD).
Read more;  Peptic Ulcer Disease is found to be Common in Patients of Chronic Kidney Disease ~ From A Clinician’s Bioscope.

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