Antacid

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Any drug that buffers gastric acid, raising the pH to reduce acid damage. Some also absorb bile salts. Common types are:

Sodium bicarbonate, Magnesium salts (trisilicate), Calcium carbonate or Aluminium salts (hydroxide or silicate).