Diagnosis, Treatment and Prevention of Erosive-ulceral Diseases of the Gastrointestinal Tract in Heavy Bears

Feruz Asadullaevich Daminov and Kamildjon Ruzibaevich Tagaev

Gastroduodenal bleeding complicates the course of a burn disease and in some cases may increase the likelihood of a fatal outcome in patients with severe thermal injury. An analysis was made of 103 patients with severe thermal injury (a deep burn area of 20-40% bp) who were treated from 2015 to 2019, in whom the course of the burn disease was complicated by the development of gastroduodenal bleeding. Studies have shown that a pathogenetically substantiated method of choice for the development of massive bleeding in burned patients is an endoscopic stop on the background of complex hemostatic, replacement and angioprotective therapy. Repeated therapeutic endoscopy and anti-relapse antisecretory therapy make it possible to achieve stable hemostasis and to avoid surgical intervention in seriously burned patients.

Volume 12 | 07-Special Issue

Pages: 150-153

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12SP7/20202093