Results The occurrence rate of acute pancreatitis after ERCP procedures in two groups was 1.4% and 3.8%(P>0.05) respectively,but all patients in drainage group were mild pancreatitis while 50% of un-drainage group were severe pancreatitis.
Results:Compared to control values,in patients with severe pancreatitis CI decreased by 24 4%～37 6% (all P <0 01) and PCWP,SVRI,PVRI respectively increased by 50 0%～60 0%,10 5%￣33 2%,and 21 1%～42 1% within 3 days after operation(all P <0 01);
METHODS: Thirty-nine patients with acute severe pancreatitis complicated with septic shock were divided into 3 groups according to the maximal infusing rate of dopamine used: group A, n=14, 2-9 μg/(kg·min); group B, n=14, 10-15 μg/(kg·min); and group C, n=11, >15 μg/(kg·min).
Results: Choledocholith of 95% patients( 19/20) were taken out with duodenoscope. Rate of success of patients with LC was 100% (19/19). Hospitalization days ranged from 3 to 12. There were no death during hospitalization, bile duct fistula, abdominal abscess, serious pancreatitis, remain stone and other complication.
Severe pancreatitis as first symptom of mumps complicated with pseudocyst and abscess of pancreas
Thus, vigorous nutritional support may be useful in the treatment of severe pancreatitis.
In up to 20% of patients, severe pancreatitis develops and can involve pancreatic tissue necrosis and multiorgan failure.
In patients with moderate to severe pancreatitis, nasogastric feeding is no different than nasojejunal feeding in the outcomes of tolerance of feeding, acute phase inflammatory response, pain, duration of hospital stay, and mortality.
More severe pancreatitis requires a team approach to management with surgery, radiology, gastroenterology, and other specialists (eg, nephrologist) as indicated participating in the patient's care.
Study progress in therapeutic effects of traditional Chinese medicine monomer in severe acute pancreatitis
Severe acute pancreatitis (SAP) is a common acute abdomen clinical problem characterized by high mortality, multiple complications, complicated pathogenesis and difficult treatment.
Study progress on mechanism of severe acute pancreatitis complicated with hepatic injury
Study on the action mechanism of inflammatory mediators generated by the severe acute pancreatitis (SAP) in multiple organ injury is a hotspot in the surgical field.
The need for surgical decompression for abdominal compartment syndrome is becoming more frequent in patients with severe acute pancreatitis, especially in association with massive fluid resuscitation at the early stages of the disease.