antisecretory drug

antisecretory drug
any drug that reduces the normal rate of secretion of a body fluid, usually one that reduces acid secretion into the stomach. Such drugs include antimuscarinic drugs, H2-receptor antagonists (see antihistamine), and proton-pump inhibitors.

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