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  • Gastrointestinal Bleeding Rajeev Jain, M.D.
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  • GI Bleeding Background Acute Upper GI Bleed Acute Lower GI Bleed
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  • Clinical Presentation Definitions Hematemesis: bloody vomitus (bright red or coffee-grounds) Melena: black, tarry, foul-smelling stool Hematochezia: bright red or maroon blood per rectum Occult: positive guaiac test Symptoms of anemia: angina, dyspnea, or lightheadedness
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  • Clinical Presentation Reflection of bleeding: Site Etiology Rate
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  • Initial Patient Assessment Hemodynamic Status
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  • Resuscitation 2 large bore peripheral IVs Colloid (normal saline or lactated Ringers) Transfuse packed RBCs In elderly, goal Hct 30% In young, goal Hct 20-25% In cirrhotics, goal Hct 25-28% Correct coagulopathy Reassess hemodynamics
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  • History Prior history of bleeding Previous gastrointestinal illnesses Previous surgery Other medical conditions (ie, cirrhosis) Medications Aspirin, NSAIDs, & anti-platelet agents Anticoagulants ? SSRIs Abdominal pain, weight loss
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  • Physical Exam & Labs Focused but thorough Look for markers of liver disease Laboratory studies CBC INR Electrolytes Type and crossmatch RBCs
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  • Acute Bleeding Changes Before and After 2 Liter Bleed 27% 45%
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  • Location of Bleeding Upper Proximal to Ligament of Treitz Melena (100-200 cc of blood) Azotemia Nasogastric aspirate Lower Distal to Ligament of Treitz Hematochezia
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  • Acute UGIB Demographics Annual incidence of hospitalization: 100/100,000 persons 80% self-limited Mortality stable at 10% Continued or recurrent bleeding - mortality 30-40%
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  • Cause of bleeding Severity of initial bleed Age of the patient Comorbid conditions Onset of bleeding during hospitalization Acute UGIB Prognostic Indicators
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  • Tedesco et al. ASGE Bleeding Survey. Gastro Endo. 1981.
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  • Acute UGIB Differential Diagnosis
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  • Peptic ulcer disease Gastric ulcer Duodenal ulcer Mallory-Weiss tear Portal hypertension Esophagogastric varices Gastropathy Esophagitis Dieulafoys lesion Vascular anomalies Hemobilia Hemorrhagic gastropathy Aortoenteric fistula Neoplasms Gastric cancer Kaposis sarcoma Acute UGIB Differential Diagnosis
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  • Acute UGIB Final Diagnoses of the Cause in 2225 Patients Tedesco et al. ASGE Bleeding Survey. Gastro Endo. 1981.
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  • Acute UGIB Causes in CURE Hemostasis Studies (n=948) Savides et al. Endoscopy 1996;28:244-8.
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  • Acute UGIB CORI Database: 7822 EGDs b/n 1999-2001 Boonpongmanee S. et al. Gastrointest Endosc 2004;59:788-94.
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  • Peptic Ulcers Stigmata of Recent Hemorrhage (SRH)
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  • Acute Peptic Ulcer Bleeding Prognosis by SRH Laine and Peterson. New Eng J Med 1994;331:717-27.
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  • Thermal Bipolar probe Monopolar probe Argon plasma coagulator Heater probe Mechanical Hemoclips Band ligation Injection Epinephrine Alcohol Ethanolamine Polidocal Endoscopic Therapy of PUD
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  • Laine and Peterson New Eng J Med 1994;331:717-27.
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  • Peptic Ulcer Bleeding Adjuvant Medical Therapy Erythromycin 250 mg IV 30 minutes before endoscopy decreases blood in stomach Proton pump inhibitor therapy 80 mg IV bolus followed by 8 mg/hr continuous infusion for 72 hrs Reduced risk: Rebleeding (NNT 12) Surgery (NNT 20) Leontiadis, G. et al. BMJ 2005;330:568
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  • Mallory-Weiss Tear
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  • Esophageal Varices
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  • Variceal Band Ligation
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  • Octreotide Cyclic octapeptide analog of somatostatin Longer acting than somatostatin Equivalent to sclerotherapy and improves endoscopic results MEDICAL THERAPY Acute Variceal Bleeding
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  • Transjugular Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunt (TIPS) IVC Portal Vein Splenic Vein Coronary Vein
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  • Aortoduodenal Fistula Aorta Duodenum Graft Fistula
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  • Acute UGIB Surgery Recurrent bleeding despite endoscopic therapy > 6-8 units pRBCs
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  • Acute LGIB Differential Diagnosis
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  • Diverticulosis Colitis IBD (UC>>CD) Ischemia Infection Vascular anomalies Neoplasia Anorectal Hemorrhoids Fissure Dieulafoys lesion Varices Small bowel Rectal Aortoenteric fistula Kaposis sarcoma UPPER GI BLEED Acute LGIB Differential Diagnosis
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  • Acute LGIB Diagnoses in pts with hemodynamic compromise. Zuccaro. ASGE Clinical Update. 1999.
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  • Etiology of Acute LGIB Strate LL. Gastroenterol Clin North Am. 2005 Dec;34(4):643-64.
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  • Outcomes of Acute LGIB Strate LL. Gastroenterol Clin North Am. 2005 Dec;34(4):643-64.
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  • Diverticulosis
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  • Diverticular Bleeding
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  • Urgent Colonoscopy for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Severe Diverticular Hemorrhage 121 pts with severe bleeding (>4 hrs after hospitalization) 1 st 73 pts: no colonoscopic tx Last 48 pts eligible for colonoscopic tx Colonoscopy w/in 6- 12 hrs
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  • Urgent Colonoscopy for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Severe Diverticular Hemorrhage Jensen DM, et al. New Eng J Med 2000:342:78-82.
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  • Ischemic Colitis Most common form of intestinal ischemia Transient and reversible Abdominal pain Watershed areas Splenic flexure Rectosigmoid junction
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  • Hemorrhoids
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  • Bleeding AVM
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  • Radiation Proctitis
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  • Incidence 0.3 - 3.0 % EtiologyIncomplete obliteration of the vitelline duct. Pathology50% ileal, 50% gastric, pancreatic, colonic mucosa Complications Painless bleeding (children, currant jelly) Intussusception Acute LGIB Meckels Diverticulum
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  • Acute LGIB Evaluation Zuccaro. ASGE Clinical Update. 1999.
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  • Annual incidence of hospitalization: 20-30/100,000 persons Resuscitation Exclude an UGI source Most bleeding ceases Colonoscopy No role for barium studies Acute LGIB Key Points