Key Word(s): 1. BRBNS; 2. severe anaemia; 3. angiodysplasia; 4. bleeding; Presenting Author: KAKA RENALDI Corresponding Author: KAKA RENALDI Affiliations: CiptoMangunkusumo Hospital Objective: Colonic diverticular bleeding is the most common cause of overt lower
gastrointestinal bleeding in adults. In most cases, the bleeding will stop spontaneously. However, if the bleeding persists, endoscopic, radiologic, or surgical intervention may be required. Here we demonstrate a case where the bleeding from colonic diverticulum can be manage with somatostatin and rebamipide. We thougt that the effect of somatostatin in decreasing the blood flow to the bowel and the effect of rebamipide in protecting the BGB324 solubility dmso colonic epithelial can overcome the bleeding. Methods: Case: A 65 year old woman, came with a syok, pale and hematoschezia. She had the history using asetyl salysilic
acid for 5 2 years for her chronic heart disease. From the gastroscopy there was no sign of active bleeding. At that time we could not perform Idasanutlin in vitro colonoscopy due to the condition. We gave blood transfusion, high dose PPI, somatostatin and rebamipde. After 3 days the bleeding resolve, but when the somatostatin was stoped, the bleeding appeared again. We continued to give somatostatin and after the bleeding stoped again we continued 3 days more. After 3 days without bleeding than we performed the colonoscopy. We saw many Diverticul selleck chemicals in colon, with sign of recent bleeding without any active bleeding. We than discharged the patient. Results: The use of Somatostatin and Rebamipide can stop colonic diverticular bleeding. Conclusion: Somatostatin and Rebamipide might be helpful in managing Colonic Diverticular Bleeding. Key Word(s): 1. diverticular; 2. bleeding; 3. somatostatin; 4. rebamipide; Presenting Author: SHAMALWALSAYED RAHIM SHAH Additional Authors: HUANGJIE AN Corresponding Author:
HUANGJIE AN Affiliations: guangxi medical university Objective: To review the peptic ulcer bleeding epidemiology, etiology, clinic, diagnosis and management by endoscopy. Methods: This article provided by the review of literature articles and the First Affiliated Hospital of Guangxi Medical University patients’ data bank. Results: Peptic ulcer bleeding is the most significant complication of ulcer disease, remaining the most important reason for upper gastrointestinal bleeding even in the era of Helicobacter pylori eradication. Endoscopic triage and management plays a vital role in the handling of these patients. Endoscopy is recommended within 24 h of presentation. Endoscopic therapy is indicated for patients with high-risk stigmata, in particular those with active bleeding and visible vessels. The role of endoscopic treatment for ulcers with adherent clots remains to be elucidated. Ablative or mechanical therapies are superior to epinephrine injection alone in terms of preventing of rebleeding.