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nbme23/Block 3/Question#42 (14.8 difficulty score)
A 48-year-old woman has severe ...
Inhibition of gastric H+–K+ ATPaseπŸ”
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submitted by maxillarythirdmolar(35),
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I illw ,say eevrh,wo I aws lkonogi rfo smgoihnte leki ieo.ortdtec

drdoom  lucid. nice catch. +1  
maddy1994  WHY not blockage of h2 receptors +3  
krewfoo99  @maddy1994. PPI are more effective than H2 blockers in suppression of gastric acid +1  



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submitted by anechakfspb(27),

Why couldn't it be inhibition of gastric muscarinic (M1) receptors? Wouldn't that be the most effective overall?




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submitted by yotsubato(968),
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Tihs attienp si usispoerevnn to naym n.ciatdisa yThe odtn fyiecsp ihcwh sno,e tub eth quontesi is scbllaiya ngsika hihcw taciaind is the grnt.steso tahT luwod eb sPP,I hhwic inbiiht agcirst H K asPTeA

yb_26  PPIs are not antacids! +3