The main differences from common practice is that they advice that PPI or H2 antagonists are only used if other specific symptoms are present too (see below). Most children with isolated GORD need no treatment.
GORD in infants
Reassure parents that gastroesophageal reflux is a normal process. GORD (where it causes symptoms) is present in 40% of infants. Most therefore need no treatment and just reassurance that it will get better with time.