Saratov JOURNAL of Medical and Scientific Research

Modern issues on the treatment of peptic ulcer bleedings

Year: 2014, volume 10 Issue: №1 Pages: 132-138
Heading: Surgery Article type: Review
Authors: Potakhin S.N., Shapkin Y.G., Klimashevich V.Y., Belikov A.V., Zevyakina V.A.
Organization: Saratov State Medical University

Despite the success of therapeutic treatment of peptic ulcer and the introduction of endoscopic technologies, the problem of peptic ulcer hemorrhage remains valid. A large number of publications in foreign literature are dedicated to epidemiology and prevention of bleeding, evaluation of modern tactics and search for new methods of treatment. The works relating to organization of aid to patients with peptic ulcer bleeding are of particular interest. According to the recent data not all clinics even in economically developed countries manage to follow the recommendations of an international consensus-2010 for non-variceal bleeding treatment of upper gastrointestinal tract. Among the causes of non-compliance of international recommendations there are subjective and objective factors, the understanding of which can significantly affect the optimization of aid to patients with peptic ulcer bleeding.

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