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News: Prescriber's Letter April 2016

Bad press about dementia and other side effects will raise more questions about appropriate use of PPIs (omeprazole, etc)
   PPIs are popular because they're so effective and heartburn is common. But up to 70% of PPI use is unnecessary. 
   And PPIs have potential harms. Long-term use is associated with fracturesC. diffdiarrheapneumoniahypomagnesemia, and other risks. 
   Now newer evidence suggests PPIs may also be linked to an increase in dementia, heart attacks, and chronic kidney disease. 

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