too many hospital patients get acid-suppressing drugs

There's now concern that far too many hospital patients get acid-suppressing drugs...and are kept on these drugs as outpatients.

Many patients are routinely put on an H2-blocker or proton pump inhibitor to prevent stress ulcers while in the hospital.

But more than 60% of these patients probably don't need them.

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