endoscopic hemostasis

endoscopic hemostasis

Surgery The use of an endoscope to identify and locate a source of internal or intraluminal hemorrhage–due to bleeding ulcers, vascular malformation or esophageal varices, and guide therapy
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6] However, the group of patients that received surgical intervention, endoscopic hemostasis, interventional angiography or chemotherapy had a significantly longer survival than patients receiving conservative management.
Barkun A, Sabbah S, Enns R, et al The Canadian Registry on Nonvariceal Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding and Endoscopy (RUGBE): Endoscopic hemostasis and proton pump inhibition are associated with improved outcomes in a real-life setting.
Reduced stay did not appear to result from therapeutic interventions, because colonoscopy with endoscopic hemostasis was not associated with shorter length of stay, she reported.
10 Endoscopic Hemostasis of vareceal bleeding with polymeric glue
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