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    Acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding is the commonest emergency managed by gastroenterologists. It has an incidence ranging from approximately 50 to 150 per 100 000 of the population each year, the incidence being highest in areas of the lowest socioeconomic status. An audit of patients admitted to hospital in the UK published in 1995 reported 11% mortality in patients admitted to hospital

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    Inpatient Care in Patients with Cirrhosis (Data from 2004) •Estimated annual number of hospital admissions in patients with cirrhosis is 1.2 million of which 150,000 directly due to complications of cirrhosis.
    Acute upper gastrointestinal haemorrhage is common. Patients require simultaneous resuscitation and clinical assessment followed by referral for endoscopy. There have been significant developments in terms of the acute endoscopic and medical treatment of upper gastrointestinal haemorrhage, as well Asia-Pacific Working Group Consensus on Non-Variceal Bleeding (Sung JJ,Gut 2011) Among aspirin users with high cardiothrombotic risk who develop ulcer bleeding, aspirin should be resumed as soon as possible once hemostasis is established. Because risk of rebleeding is greatest in 1st 72 hours, consider restart aspirin 3-5 days after hemostasis
    Acute Upper Gastrointestinal (UGI) Bleeding in Adults: Triage and Management. Key Aspects of Care: The first priority is to ensure that the patient is hemodynamically stable. Peptic ulcers account for most cases of upper GI bleeding, but bleeding from varices has a much higher case fatality rate and demands aggressive treatment.
    management of variceal, non-variceal, and colonic bleeding in adults. The guideline deals with the management of bleeding that is of sufficient severity to lead to emergency admission to hospital. Bleeding of lesser severity is subject to elective investigation and is not considered here.
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