Treatment esophagitis in Teplice
Esophagitis is acute or chronic inflammation of the mucous membrane of the esophagus, characterized by burning pain in the chest region, dysphagia, heartburn, belching, increased salivation, and a strong sensitivity of the esophagus in hot and cold food, often asymptomatic. In severe acute form, esophagitis may be accompanied by bloody vomiting, leading to a shock. Acute esophagitis requires immediate gastric lavage (in case of chemical burns), in mild forms, you should refuse to eat for 1-2 days, take prescribed antacids, antibiotics, analgesics and famotidine group drugs, stop smoking. In severe cases, surgical treatment may be required. Chronic esophagitis is treated by switching to diet, smoking cessation, correction of the day and rest regimen, antacids, proton pump inhibitors, H2-histamine receptor blockers, drugs that enhance the tone of the cardia, physiotherapy.