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768 Possible Causes for Severe Abdominal Pain, Total Parenteral Nutrition

  • Cholelithiasis

    Thirty-seven (74%) had at least one risk factor for gallstone development which included total parenteral nutrition, diuretic therapy, cephalosporin antibiotic treatment,[] […] jaundice, abdominal pain.[] Risk factors for biliary sludge include pregnancy, drugs like ceftiaxone, octreotide and thiazide diuretics, and total parenteral nutrition or fasting.[]

  • Acute Mesenteric Ischemia

    Outcome measures included mortality, length of stay, the need for bowel resection (45.6, 45.71-9, 45.8), or infusion of total parenteral nutrition (TPN; 99.10) during the[] The diagnosis of mesenteric ischemia should be considered in patients of any age presenting with recurrent or severe abdominal pain, particularly when no alternative cause[] Then, the patient was supported by total parenteral nutrition.[]

  • Intestinal Obstruction

    The patient was treated conservatively with total parenteral nutrition, gastric decompression and intravenous PPIs.[] Symptoms include Severe abdominal pain or cramping Vomiting Bloating Loud bowel sounds Swelling of the abdomen Inability to pass gas Constipation A complete intestinal obstruction[] She was managed conservatively with total parenteral nutrition.[]

  • Pancreatitis

    A 72-year-old female has presented with severe progressing abdominal pain was treated with total parenteral nutrition for acute pancreatitis based on preliminary work up,[] One patient died from severe sepsis. Adverse events included severe abdominal pain and productive cutaneous fistulae (two patients).[] Casas M, Mora J, Fort E, Aracil C, Busquets D, et al. (2007) Total enteral nutrition vs. total parenteral nutrition in patients with severe acute pancreatitis.[]

  • Acute Pancreatitis

    A 72-year-old female has presented with severe progressing abdominal pain was treated with total parenteral nutrition for acute pancreatitis based on preliminary work up,[] However, he complained of severe abdominal pain and was drowsy 2 h later.[] Fasting and total parenteral nutrition were administered after admission. However, sudden onset of severe epigastric pain occurred.[]

  • Biliary Colic

    parenteral nutrition, ileal disease and impaired gallbladder emptying.Patients that have gallstones and biliary colic are at increased risk for complications, including cholecystitis[] When To Call a Professional Call your doctor whenever you have severe abdominal pain, with or without nausea and vomiting.[] parenteral nutrition, burns, trauma).[]

  • Acute Cholecystitis

    parenteral nutrition and ICU care.[] Severe abdominal pain may need immediate treatment. You should always see your doctor if you begin to have severe, unexplained abdominal pain.[] Diagnosing acute cholecystitis If you have severe abdominal pain, your GP will probably carry out a simple test called Murphy's sign.[]

  • Choledocholithiasis

    Prematurity, previous bowel surgery, and total parenteral nutrition were predisposing risk factors.[] A 7-year-old girl was referred to our hospital for severe abdominal pain and elevated serum levels of amylase and aminotransferase.[] The patient complained of severe upper abdominal and back pain 1 year after the operation.[]

  • Toxic Megacolon

    nutrition.[] Perforation of the colon Sepsis ShockEmergency action may be required if severe abdominal pain develops, particularly if it is accompanied by fever, rapid heart rate, tenderness[] Complications may include: Perforation of the colon Sepsis Shock Death Go to the emergency room or call the local emergency number (such as 911) if you develop severe abdominal[]

  • Embolic Mesenteric Infarction

    Nutrition is important in pre-operative assessment, as patients are often malnourished at the time of diagnosis; total parenteral nutrition may be necessary both pre- and[] Snap Shot A 70-year-old male with atrial fibrillation presents to the emergency department with sudden onset of severe abdominal pain despite relatively benign findings on[] Late mortality occurs from cardiac causes, short bowel syndrome, recurrent mesenteric ischemia, cancer, pulmonary embolism, and total parenteral nutrition (TPN)-induced line[]

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