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OMNIUM

GI disease A clinical trial–Omeprazole vs Misoprostol for NSAID-Induced Ulcer Management–that compared the efficacy, tolerability, and safety of omeprazole and misoprostol in Pts requiring long-term NSAIDs. See Misoprostol, Omeprazole.
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She now has seven world titles, of which are three individual crowns, and a first omnium world victory since 2012, when she went on to win Olympic gold.
The 23-year-old, from Hertfordshire, dominated the six-event omnium from start to finish and tweeted: "I had a very nice week indeed - three European titles, pretty happy to say the least.
Cavendish said: "I'm looking forward to getting back on track and trying the omnium.
The Olympic track programme was radically altered between the Games of Beijing 2008 and London 2012 to create gender parity, but saw traditional endurance disciplines marginalised in favour of the multi-event omnium.
The English ace scooped team pursuit and omnium gold at London 2012, where Hoy also landed two titles to take his Olympic total to a record-breaking six.
Now Trott has added two gold medals to her current World and European Team Pursuit and omnium titles, alongside a glut of national titles dating back to her junior days.
The 18-year-old from Cross Keys stunned the cycling world by claiming gold in the men's omnium race at the Track Cycling World Cup in Beijing in January.
Laura Trott was fifth in the women's omnium after winning the last of the six events, the 500 metres time-trial.
Ed Clancy claimed a bronze medal in the six-event men's omnium.
Ed Clancy was second after three events of the six-event omnium, while Britain opted not to enter the women's team pursuit and the men's Madison, a non-Olympic event.