Comparison of adrenaline injection and bipolar electrocoagulation for the arrest of peptic ulcer bleeding

H. J. Lin, G. Y. Tseng, C. L. Perng, F. Y. Lee, F. Y. Chang, S. D. Lee

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Background - Peptic ulcers with active bleeding or a non-bleeding visible vessel require aggressive endoscopic treatment. Aims - To determine whether endoscopic adrenaline injection alone or contact probe therapy following injection is a suitable treatment for peptic ulcer bleeding. Methods - A total of 96 patients with active bleeding or non-bleeding visible vessels received adrenaline alone, bipolar electrocoagulation alone, or combined treatment (n=32 in each group). Results - Initial haemostasis was not achieved in one patient in the adrenaline group, two in the gold probe group, and two in the injection gold probe group (p>0.1). Rebleeding episodes were fewer in the injection gold probe group (2/30, 6.7%) than in the gold probe group (9/30, 30%, p=0.04) and in the adrenaline group (11/31, 35.5%, p=0.01). Treatment failure (other therapy required) was rarer in the injection gold probe group (4/32, 12.5%) than in the adrenaline group (12/32, 37.5%, p=0.04). The volume of blood transfused after entry of the study was less in the injection gold probe group (mean 491 ml) than in the adrenaline group (1548 ml, p

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)715-719
Number of pages5
JournalGut
Volume44
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - 1999
Externally publishedYes

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Electrocoagulation
Peptic Ulcer
Gold
Epinephrine
Hemorrhage
Injections
Therapeutics
Blood Volume
Hemostasis
Treatment Failure

Keywords

  • Gold probe
  • Haemostasis
  • Injectional therapy
  • Peptic ulcer
  • Rebleeding
  • Shock

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Gastroenterology

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Lin, H. J., Tseng, G. Y., Perng, C. L., Lee, F. Y., Chang, F. Y., & Lee, S. D. (1999). Comparison of adrenaline injection and bipolar electrocoagulation for the arrest of peptic ulcer bleeding. Gut, 44(5), 715-719.

Comparison of adrenaline injection and bipolar electrocoagulation for the arrest of peptic ulcer bleeding. / Lin, H. J.; Tseng, G. Y.; Perng, C. L.; Lee, F. Y.; Chang, F. Y.; Lee, S. D.

In: Gut, Vol. 44, No. 5, 1999, p. 715-719.

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Lin, HJ, Tseng, GY, Perng, CL, Lee, FY, Chang, FY & Lee, SD 1999, 'Comparison of adrenaline injection and bipolar electrocoagulation for the arrest of peptic ulcer bleeding', Gut, vol. 44, no. 5, pp. 715-719.
Lin, H. J. ; Tseng, G. Y. ; Perng, C. L. ; Lee, F. Y. ; Chang, F. Y. ; Lee, S. D. / Comparison of adrenaline injection and bipolar electrocoagulation for the arrest of peptic ulcer bleeding. In: Gut. 1999 ; Vol. 44, No. 5. pp. 715-719.
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