By Joseph Solomkin, Thomas L. Husted, Hannes Wacha
A clinician's guide for intra-abdominal infections written via specialists within the field.
- A handbook to assist physicians to quick realize and higher comprehend the pathogenesis of intra-abdominal
- comprises a number of top quality black and white and colour pictures from real-life medical cases
- Adheres to an easy structure to function crucial and quickly reference consultant for all non-surgical citizens and physicians
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Difficile colitis. 22). Resuscitation Nearly all patients with C. difficile colitis are dehydrated from diarrhea with associated disturbances in electrolytes. Initial therapy consists of discontinuing the precipitating antibiotic and administering intravenous fluid hydration. Interventional approaches Operative C. difficile colitis can progress to toxic megacolon or perforation with signs of sepsis and resistance to medical therapy. Operative therapy in this circumstance involves subtotal colectomy with end ileostomy and delayed reanastomosis.
A, Crohn’s disease. Inflammatory bowel disease is a common cause of lower gastrointestinal bleeding in the younger patient. Patients with Crohn’s disease usually present with abdominal pain and diarrhea but may have bleeding. Bleeding in inflammatory bowel disease is usually recurrent and minor. Profuse bleeding develops in up to 6% of patients with ulcerative colitis or Crohn’s disease. B, Ulcerative colitis. The mucosa shows extensive ulceration and diffuse thickening with an inflammatory infiltrate.