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  1. ... all patients unless there are contraindications such as esophageal varices, or there is evidence of ongoing liver necrosis (worsening ... all patients unless there are contraindications such as esophageal varices, or there is evidence of ongoing liver necrosis (worsening ...
    Source: BMJ Best Practice
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  2. ... all patients unless there are contraindications such as esophageal varices, or there is evidence of ongoing liver necrosis (worsening ... all patients unless there are contraindications such as esophageal varices, or there is evidence of ongoing liver necrosis (worsening ...
    Source: BMJ Best Practice
    Information Type: Oppslagsverk
  3. ... portal HTN does not reduce the development of esophageal varices or hemorrhage and is associated with an increased number ... portal HTN does not reduce the development of esophageal varices or hemorrhage and is associated with an increased number ...
    Source: BMJ Best Practice
    Information Type: Oppslagsverk
  4. ... peptic ulcer present. esophagogastroduodenoscopy: gastritis, duodenitis, peptic ulcer, esophageal varices, or Mallory-Weiss tear Upper gastrointestinal bleeding Lower gastrointestinal ...
    Source: BMJ Best Practice, BMJ Best Practice
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  5. ... portal HTN does not reduce the development of esophageal varices or hemorrhage and is associated with an increased number ...
    Source: BMJ Best Practice
    Information Type: Oppslagsverk
  6. ... g., propranolol, nadolol, or carvedilol) if they have esophageal varices 5 mm or more in size. Prophylactic endoscopic banding can be utilized if the patient has esophageal varices 5 mm or more and is intolerant to beta-blockers or ...
    Source: BMJ Best Practice
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  7. ... portal HTN does not reduce the development of esophageal varices or hemorrhage and is associated with an increased number ... in patients with compensated cirrhosis and with small esophageal varices reduces variceal enlargement and hemorrhage. ... observational (cohort) studies. In patients without ...
    Source: BMJ Best Practice
    Information Type: Oppslagsverk
  8. ... portal HTN does not reduce the development of esophageal varices or hemorrhage and is associated with an increased number ... balloon tamponade and allow for effective compression of esophageal varices and ... or fluoroscopic guidance, and can be removed endoscopically using ...
    Source: BMJ Best Practice
    Information Type: Oppslagsverk
  9. ... GI bleed Emergencies endoscopy. A Sengstaken-Blakemore (for esophageal varices) or Linton-Nachlas (for gastric varices) balloon tamponade device ... is frequently present in people with peptic ulcers. ◊ Esophageal ... or cirrhosis should immediately arouse suspicions of portal hypertension ...
    Source: BMJ Best Practice
    Information Type: Oppslagsverk
  10. ... g., propranolol, nadolol, or carvedilol) if they have esophageal varices 5 mm or more in size. Prophylactic endoscopic banding can be utilized if the patient has esophageal varices 5 mm or more and is intolerant to beta-blockers or ...
    Source: BMJ Best Practice
    Information Type: Oppslagsverk
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