ulcerogenic drug


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ulcerogenic drug

A drug, e.g., a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug, that may cause peptic ulcers.
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The solutions of necrotizing agents and ulcerogenic drugs were freshly prepared before administration.
Though the average age of patients in our series was similar to the mean age reported by other authors in other centers in Nigeria (4-5,9) it was generally lower than the mean age seen in western clime where the majority of the patients are above 60 years of age and the incidence of perforated PUD is found to be higher in females taking ulcerogenic drugs (1,11).
The prevalence of taking ulcerogenic drugs (NSAID, aspirin, clopidogrel, ticlopidine, and steroids) was 4.9% in patients with LC.