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Keywords: Internal hemorrhoids, Rubber band ligation, Sclerotherapy, Symptoms severity score.
2012) Hemostatic efficacy and clinical outcome of endoscopic treatment of Dieulafoy's lesions: Comparison of endoscopic hemoclip placement and endoscopic band ligation.
Endoscopic band ligations (EBL) were done in oesophageal variceal patients and were successfully managed for varices, while 5(20%) patients required portosystemic shunt surgeries.
It was replaced with Esophageal Variceal band ligation because of lesser complications like transient dysphagia, small ulcers and less risk of rebleed.
Conclusion: Endoscopic variceal band ligation is an effective modality of treatment for control of acute oesophageal variceal bleeding as well as eradication of oesophageal varices, with fewer complications.
The patients were randomly subjected to Daflon or Rubber Band Ligation depending on their choice, after discussing the advantages and disadvantages of both methods with them.
Endoscopic variceal band ligation has been shown to be superior due to fewer complications, (13,14) but its use in children aged <3 years remains technically difficult due to the diameter of the smallest band applicator.
Airtraq laryngoscope for difficult intubation during endoscopic band ligation.
If health care providers suspect variceal bleeding, vasoconstrictive medications must be administered early and followed by endoscopic band ligation when the patient has been stabilized (Bosch et al.
The aim of the present work is to assess the use of sucralfate after variceal band ligation and to clarify its role in healing and prevention of post-variceal band ligation ulcers bleeding.
Only patients with 1st, 2nd and 3rd degree haemorrhoids (bleeding and prolapse) were selected for the study and they underwent rubber band ligation in two sessions, 6 weeks apart.
Consider rubber band ligation A systematic review of 3 poor-quality trials comparing rubber band ligation with excisional hemorrhoidectomy in patients with grade III hemorrhoids found that excisional hemorrhoidectomy produced better long-term symptom control but more immediate postoperative complications of anal stenosis and hemorrhage.