Gastrointestinal agents | Pharmaceutical Chemistry

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ANTACID These are drugs used for neutralizing excess acid in the stomach. Classification(i) Systemic antacids.(ii) Non-systemic antacids. (i) Systemic Antacids They are used to reduce the acidity of blood. Eg. Sodium bicarbonate in sodium citrate. SODIUM BICARBONATE M.F. NaHCO3; Syn: Baking Soda PREPARATION Laboratory Method It is prepared by passing CO2 gas through a solution …

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