Emergency Surgery and Critical Care
A volume in the COMPANION TO SPECIALIST SURGICAL PRACTICE series designed to provide up to date information on recent developments in emergency surgery and critical care for higher surgeons in training and busy practising surgeons. Topics include perioperative management; anorectal sepsis; abdominal trauma and abdominal emergencies in children.
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The treatment of nonvariceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding
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abdominal radiograph abscess acute abdominal pain acute pancreatitis adrenaline amino acids anastomosis anorectal anorectal sepsis antibiotic appendicectomy arterial assessment associated bile duct biliary blood cancer carcinoma cardiac catheter cause cells cholangitis cholecystitis clinical colon colonoscopy complications decompression diagnosis diet disease diverticulitis drainage electrolyte emergency endoscopic enema failure fistula fluid function gall bladder gastric gastro gastrointestinal bleeding gastrointestinal tract glucose haemorrhage haemostasis hepatic hospital increased indicated infection infusion injury intestinal intravenous investigation laparoscopy laparotomy large bowel obstruction lavage liver malignant metabolic mmol mortality muscle nasogastric nitrogen normal nutrients nutritional support occur operation parenteral nutrition patients with acute peptic ulcer performed peritonitis postoperative present primary anastomosis procedure protein randomised rectal rectum reduced renal resection resuscitation risk scanning sepsis serum sigmoid small bowel obstruction stoma stomach surgeon surgery surgical technique therapy tion tissue trauma treatment trial tube ultrasound upper gastrointestinal upper gastrointestinal bleeding usually venous vessel volvulus