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Gastric ulcer incidence is a recognized outcome measure in comparative endoscopy studies evaluating medications known to irritate the gastric mucosa.
Some drugs, such as potassium and arthritis preparations, may irritate the stomach if not given with an appropriate amount of fluids-usually 4 to 8 ounces-according to manufacturer specifications.
Don't use anti-dandruff shampoos more than once every two weeks as they contain ingredients such as selenium that can irritate the scalp.
Say a company wants to test a new, improved household cleaner to see if it will irritate human skin.
BIOLOGICAL washing powders do not irritate the skin or aggravate eczema, say researchers.
HIBS will play a dangerous game at Parkhead this afternoon - by doing their best to irritate the 60,000 Celtic fans who might then roar their favourites to victory.
Allergies can irritate the breathing passages, which can trigger asthma attacks, doctors say.
l Avoid perfumed soaps, sprays, deodorants and disinfectants, which can all irritate the delicate skin.
An Eastern philosopher has suggested that the problem lies within us -not with those who irritate us.
The smallest habits can irritate and cause discord in the office and considerate behaviour and communication is the key to office harmony.
Its pure, preservative-free formula will not irritate even sensitive eyes, and the drops' sterile, single-use vials eliminate the potential for infection caused by contaminated bottles touching the eyes.