This acid reflux articles page is where you'll find a multitude of medical literature and publications discussing infant acid reflux and infant GERD from the medical care professionals!
Baby Crying? Doctors Say it May Be Acid Reflux Disease: An article that was written by Melinda Beck and posted on the Wall Street Journal on July 22nd, 2008.
The Bravo Probe in Children: About Upper Esophageal pH monitoring of Children with the Bravo pH capsule. It is written by Marcella Bothwell, MD; Jeffrey Phillips, Pharm D and Susan Bauer, APN.
Flavored Lansoprazole Suspension: (Chocobase) In Pediatric Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
Flavored Lansoprazole Suspension In Pediatric GERD Study: By Jeffrey Phillips PharmD, David Parson MD, Steven Fitts MD, Matthew Bettag MD, Barbara Wilder MSN, Leslie Martin BS, University of Missouri, Columbia MO; Carolina ENT, Greenville SC; Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, Spokane WA.
Gastroesophageal and Laryngopharyngeal Reflux: Gastroesophageal reflux is noted in 65% to 100% of infants with laryngopharyngealia. D.M. Thompson.
Laryngospasm Is Secondary To LPR: A two year study shows 12 patients with LPR and reflux. The outcome is GERD was the primary cause.
Why did the H2 Blocker just stop working?: Rapid development of tachyphylaxis (tolerance) with repeat dosing.
Infants Have Shorter Half Life for Lansoprazole Than Previously Reported: Jeffrey O. Phillips, PharmD, Shan H. Siddiqu, Marcella R. Bothwell, MD. Surgery - Applied Research, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, MO and Rady Childrens Hospital, San Diego, CA.
Reflux in Infants with Laryngomalacia: Results of 24-Hour Double-Probe pH Monitoring