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Treatment of patients with acute pancreatitis






Klinicheskaia Khirurgiia 10: 7-12

Treatment of patients with acute pancreatitis



Accession: 041857939

PMID: 1003771



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Drew, S.I.; Joffe, B.; Vinik, A.; Seftel, H.; Singer, F., 1978: The first 24 hours of acute pancreatitis. Changes in biochemical and endocrine homeostatis in patients with pancreatitis compared with those in control subjects undergoing stress for reasons other than pancreatitis. As a group, in 20 patients with acute pancreatitis compared with 13 control patients undergoing stress for reasons other than pancreatitis hyperglycaemia was associated with inappropriately low serum insulin values. Plasma glucagon concentrations...

Drew, S.I.; Joffe, B.; Vinik, A.; Seftel, H.; Singer, F., 1978: The 1st 24 hours of acute pancreatitis changes in biochemical and endocrine homeostasis in patients with pancreatitis compared with those in control subjects undergoing stress for reasons other than pancreatitis. As a group, 20 patients with acute pancreatitis showed alterations in biochemical and endocrine homeostasis that differed from the metabolic reactions observed in 13 control patients undergoing stress for reasons other than pancreatitis. In patien...

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Mao, E-Qiang.; Li, L.; Wu, J.; Qin, S.; Huang, J.; Fei, J.; Tang, Y-Qing.; Zhang, S-Dao., 2016: Strategy of treatment with high-volume hemofiltration on severe acute pancreatitis and fulminant acute pancreatitis.. To investigate strategy of treatment of hemofiltration on severe acute pancreatitis (SAP) and fulminant acute pancreatitis (FAP). One hundred and thirty patients with SAP and eighty-one patients with FAP treated with hemofiltration (HF) were prosp...

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Russello, D.; Succi, L.; Scilletta, B.; Randazzo, G.; Guastella, M.; Biraghi, M.; Latteri, F., 1989: Somatostatin in the treatment of acute pancreatitis and prevention of postoperative acute pancreatitis. Personal experience. Authors' personal experience is reported in the use of somatostatin for the treatment of acute pancreatitis and after bilio-pancreatic surgery. The drug has proved to be highly effective in reducing the pain and in controlling the biohumoral...