PPIS

AcronymDefinition
PPISPhysician Practice Information Survey (various organizations)
PPISPollution Prevention Incentives for States
PPISPesticide Product Information System
PPISPersatuan Pemudi Islam Singapura (Malay: Mason Islamic Association Singapore; est. 1952; Muslim women's organization; Singapore)
PPISPlant Protection and Inspection Service (Israel)
PPISPersonal and Professional Information Sheet (US DoD)
PPISPoisonous Plant Information System
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My initial assumption is that using PPIs might be a trade-off.
Weighing the relief you could get by taking PPIs and its potential side effects, what can you do for your heartburn?
Negligence of prescribing PPIs for patients in the high-risk group for NSAIDs-related GI bleeding is on one hand, whereas the inappropriate use of PPIs is on the other (1-4).
"Taking PPIs over many months or years is not safe, and now we have a clearer picture of the health conditions associated with long-term PPI use," said Ziyad Al-Aly, study's senior author.
In a shocking finding, individuals' PPI use was associated with an 80% increased risk of liver cancer, compared with people who did not use PPIs.
Understanding the role PPIs and other medications play in managing upper GI conditions is essential to promote appropriate use of these drugs.
Jan Zirk-Sadowski, Ph.D., from the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom, and colleagues assessed associations between long-term use of PPIs and pneumonia incidence.
Many studies also revealed PPIs as a causative factor for atrial fibrillation.
Children who were prescribed more than 60 days of PPIs had a 52% higher risk than did those who were prescribed 1-60 days, and a similar but slightly lower increased risk was seen in those prescribed more than 60 days of [H.sub.2]RAs (hazard ratio, 1.32).
Researchers saw a 25 percent higher risk of death in the 275,977 participants treated with PPIs, compared with those who were treated with H2 receptors antagonists (95 percent confidence interval, 1.23-1.28) after adjusting for factors such as estimated glomerular filtration rate, age, hospitalizations, and a range of comorbidities, including gastrointestinal disorders.
However, customers who have balances in such wallets or prepaid payment instruments (PPIs) need not worry about their money even if they do have not done the KYC (know-your- customer) norms.