Somatostatin and Analogs in the Management of Variceal Hemorrhage
Part of the Serono Symposia, USA book series (SERONOSYMP)
In most centers the emergency control of acute variceal hemorrhage is primarily nonsurgical using a combination of resuscitation, balloon tamponade and possibly vasoactive drugs.
KeywordsPortal Hypertension Primary Biliary Cirrhosis Bolus Dose Bleeding Episode Portal Pressure
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