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rabeprazole

 [rah-bep´rah-zōl]
an inhibitor of stomach hydrochloric acid secretion administered orally as the sodium salt in treatment of gastroesophageal reflux disease and similar conditions marked by excessive acid.

rabeprazole

Aciphex® GI disease A proton pump inhibitor used to manage for heartburn, duodenal ulcers, gastric ulcers, GERD, hypersecretory conditions–eg, Zollinger-Ellison syndrome. See GERD.
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Eisai, a Japan-based pharmaceutical company, has launched two types of triple formulation combination packs that contain its proton pump inhibitor, Pariet (rabeprazole sodium), in Japan on 14 February, it was reported on Friday.
The long-term effects of Pariet are not known, but there is no evidence to suggest that, even if taken for a few years, it is harmful in any way.
The new Suzhou plant's oral solid dose production facility has a production capacity (formulation of approximately 3 billion tablets / packaging for approximately 5 billion tablets per year) which is approximately double that of the former Suzhou plant, and handles the formulation and packaging of oral solid dose products such as Methycobal, Aricept and Pariet for the domestic Chinese market.
Mobile cecum is characterized by an abnormal mobility of the cecum and ascending colon due to the failure of the cecum and right colon to fuse to the posterior pariet al peritoneal wall (1).
1D): the segmented pariet al and the rectus muscles, both of which are overlapped by the superficial., non-segmented oblique muscles (Cole, 1907; Jansen and Andersen, 1963; Vogel and Gemballa, 2000).
Sales were negatively impacted by loss of exclusivity for ACIPHEX/ PARIET, and CONCERTA.
Gastrointenstinal franchise is one such area, and the launch of Cidine will further strengthen the Company's existing gastrointestinal product portfolio together with the currently marketed proton pump inhibitor Pariet, gastritis/gastric ulcer treatment Selbex and hepatic disease/allergic disease agents Stronger Neo-Minophagen C and Glycyron Tablets.
AQP4 is abundantly expressed in gastric gland pariet al cells of kangaroo rats and other rodents, suggesting a function for AQP4 in gastric acid secretion (Huang et al., 2001).
Eisai attributed the increase mainly to strong sales of Aricept, a drug for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease, and Pariet, a drug for peptic ulcers sold as Aciphex in the United States, as well as to a pension-related one-time gain of 3.73 billion yen.