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  • Mesenteric ischemia

    Mesenteric ischemia, also known as mesenteric vascular disease, is a medical condition in which injury of the small intestineoccurs due to not enough blood supply. It can come on suddenly, known as acute mesenteric ischemia, or gradually, known as chronic mesenteric ischemia. Acute disease often presents with sudden severe pain.

  • Mesenteric ischemia

    Mesenteric ischemia, also known as mesenteric vascular disease, is a medical condition in which injury of the small intestineoccurs due to not enough blood supply. It can come on suddenly, known as acute mesenteric ischemia, or gradually, known as chronic mesenteric ischemia. Acute disease often presents with sudden severe pain.

  • Mesenteric ischemia

    It is difficult to diagnose mesenteric ischemia early.[17] One must also differentiate ischemic colitis, which often resolves on its own, from the more immediately life-threatening condition of acute mesenteric ischemia of the small bowel.

  • Mesenteric ischemia

    NG tube decompression, angiogram for diagnosis and treatment, heparin anticoagulation. Papaverine to decrease arterial vasospasm. "Surgical revascularisation remains the treatment of choice for mesenteric ischaemia, but thrombolytic medical treatment and vascular interventional radiological techniques have a growing role".

  • Mesenteric ischemia

    Despite major diagnostic and treatment advances over the past decades, low clinical suspicion leads to persistently high mortality rates of 40% to 70% for acute mesenteric ischemia (AMI)[4]. Early diagnosis is necessary to commence appropriate treatment, whereas diagnostic delay contributes to poor patient outcomes. A 24-h delay decreases survival rates by 20%.

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