Reflustat

Quick and efficient mechanical blockage of the return of gastric juice into the oesophagus.

Reflustat

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RefluSTAT contains alginates and carbonates for a quick and efficient mechanical blockage of the return of gastric juice into the oesophagus. The action mechanism is as follows: when the product comes into contact with the acidic pH values of the stomach, sodium alginate (natural polymer extracted from brown algae) is precipitated to form a gel. Meanwhile, the carbonates present in the product release carbon dioxide that allows the gel to rise and form a plug. It represents the physical barrier and prevents the return of gastric juice to the oesophagus. In addition, sodium bicarbonate helps in reducing gastric acidity.

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Reflustat oral suspension

Reflustat oral suspension

RefluSTAT reduces symptoms such as heartburn, heartburn during pregnancy, the return of acid from the stomach into the oesophagus, indigestion, cough and irritation of the throat and pharynx quickly and efficiently.

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Diarrhoea

Diarrhoea

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Gastroesophageal reflux disease

Gastroesophageal reflux disease

GERD most often occurs due to a dysfunction of the lower oesophageal sphincter (LOS), a muscle that closes the lower oesophagus and prevents the return of gastric content to the oesophagus, oral cavity and airways. The action of stomach acids irritates the oesophagus, oral cavity and airways, which leads to problems that can impair the patient’s quality of life.

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Helicobacter pylori infection

Helicobacter pylori infection

H. pylori is a spiral bacteria that can be found on the human stomach lining and is the most common cause of gastritis, a chronic inflammatory reaction of the stomach. Infection begins with the entry of bacteria into the digestive system, and if left untreated, in most patients it lasts a lifetime.

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Ulcer disease

Ulcer disease

A peptic ulcer is an injury to the walls of the stomach, duodenum or oesophagus caused by the aggressive action of gastric juices. A typical symptom that indicates the presence of peptic ulcer disease is pain that occurs immediately after a meal (in case of gastric ulcers) or a few hours after a meal (duodenal ulcers).

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