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GI Endoscopic Emergencies

This quantity presents a concise, but complete, state-of-the artwork assessment of GI endoscopic emergencies. even supposing the emphasis is on endoscopic administration, peri-procedural issues, adjunctive scientific remedy, and medical methods to more often than not encountered GI emergencies are mentioned intimately. This units the degree for the in-depth overview of present in addition to cutting edge units and strategies for endotherapy in GI emergencies. Technical elements of endoscopic techniques are emphasised and supplemented via on-line movies to reinforce the academic experience.

Written by means of specialists within the box, GI Endoscopic Emergencies serves as a beneficial source for practitioners who take care of GI emergencies.

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Wong Kee Song et al. 1007/978-1-4939-3085-2_3 33 34 the first priority is to assess the adequacy of the airway, as well as the patient’s breathing and circulation. Intubation is clearly indicated if the airway is compromised, while prophylactic intubation may be considered in severe UGIB although current data supporting such practice are limited [7, 8]. Venous access should be achieved with at least two large-bore cannulas, and patients with active bleeding should be monitored in an intensive care unit (ICU) with pulse oximetry and cardiac monitoring.

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