Guide
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Once you call an ambulance, try to create a human patient calm environment.Place it in a horizontal position and place it on the abdomen (stomach), bladder or bag, water bottle with ice or cold water.You can even give it to swallow small pieces of ice.This can reduce the loss of blood.But remember that drinking or taking any food such patient is strictly prohibited.
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When the doctor arrives, try to explain the circumstances that could lead to bleeding.This can be a chronic disease of the stomach, such as for example gastritis or ulcer;borne diseases and treatment with corticosteroids, aspirin, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, etc .;alcohol consu
mption;were previously already bleeding;exposure to harmful substances during professional activities, etc.
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Usually in this situation, the doctor decides to send the patient to the hospital, to the emergency department or intensive care unit, because it is there needs to be clarified the site of bleeding, its causes and identify ways to eliminate the bleeding and treat the disease that caused theblood loss.Help the patient to come to the hospital.
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Transportation human gastric bleeding carried out in a horizontal position with raised legs to prevent poor blood flow to the brain.
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When a person goes to the hospital, he must simultaneously stop the bleeding, to determine the diagnosis of the disease, as well as make up for loss of blood, if it is large, appointing a blood transfusion.
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If immediately identify the source of bleeding is not possible (in fact it may be as gastric, and lung or intestinal bleeding), endoscopy - the introduction of a probe into the stomach.But before that held the so-calledempiric therapy.It is primarily in the gastric lavage with ice water and the introduction of drugs that reduce stomach acidity.Thus, we achieve a temporary stop bleeding, and stomach is cleaned of blood clots.
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were undergoing blood tests - clinical, coagulation (blood clotting time is determined), biochemical, and necessarily determined by blood group and Rh factor.After establishing an accurate diagnosis patients received passive treatment or surgery.