1. Antihypertensive drug
Drugs: captopril, perindopril
Explanation: Foods reduce bioavailability and should be taken once a day before the morning meal.
2. Mucus-soluble peony
Drugs: Standard Myrtle Oil Enteric Capsules, Lime and Kidney Intestinal Soft Capsules
Interpretation: It is advisable to take a cold boiled water for half an hour before meals, and disable hot boiled water; do not open or chew after taking it.
3. Gastric mucosal protective drugs
Drugs: sucralfate, aluminum phosphate, compound magnesium trisilicate, compound barium aluminate
Explanation: It can be fully attached to the stomach wall to form a protective barrier.
4. Proton pump inhibitor
Drugs: omeprazole, pantoprazole, rabeprazole, esomeprazole, lansoprazole
Interpretation: Proton pump inhibitors are most effective in inhibiting the secretion of acid from parietal cells caused by postprandial food stimulation. The number of H-K-ATPases in parietal cells is the highest after long-term fasting. It should be taken half an hour before breakfast.
5. Gastric motility drugs
Drugs: metoclopramide, domperidone, mosapride
Interpretation: to facilitate the promotion of gastric motility and food emptying to help digestion.
Drug: citrate protein
Interpretation: It can quickly enter the small intestine through the stomach, and it will decompose citric acid in the case of alkaline intestinal fluid, which will prevent diarrhea.
Drugs: glibenclamide, glimepiride, gliclazide, glipizide
Interpretation: Reduce postprandial blood sugar, do not forget to eat after taking the medicine.
Drugs: cefradine, cefaclor, amoxicillin, azithromycin, levofloxacin
Explanation: Eating can delay or reduce absorption.