Proton Pump Inhibitors. New, but late, Guidelines from the American Gastroenterology Association
The class-action suits finally got to them, I believe.
Proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) are a common type of anti-acid medication and are available both by prescription and over the counter.
They have been passed out like M&Ms for years for multiple GI woes. Even though the drug inserts warn to only take for 6 weeks for most, not all, conditions.
Omeprazole and pantoprazole are examples of PPIs.
They are the allo…