Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a very common gastroenterology-related diagnosis in the primary care setting, affecting approximately 1.03 billion individuals globally. GERD causes significant morbidity, notable impairment in quality of life, and considerable economic and societal costs. This learning activity aims to provide insights into the approach to managing mild-to-moderate GERD, highlighting the role of sodium alginate as the cornerstone of GERD management in various patient populations.
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