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How Gi Bleed Effects Creatinine Levels
Grrrrr my mom just called and said she bleed 1, 000 cc from her anus. Remember she still in hosp w/pulmonary hypertension and etc.... Could bleeding be due to her cumodin? Cumodin level is 2.5. Or a GI bleed? Or is this more serious?
Yes and yes : 1000 ml of rectal bleeding is significant and being anticoagulated on Coumadin makes bleeding more likely and often more severe. I suspect this will be addressed during her hospitalization. Potential causes include ulcers, diverticulosis, angioectasia, tumors, and possibly hemorrhoids. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Consult physician: Gi bleeding is serious and can be life threatening. Usually have to determine cause of GI bleed by imaging or endoscopy. Upper GI bleeds can be related to ulcers in stomach or duodenum, gastritis, esophagitis, liver disease pancreatitis and cholecystitis. Cure depends on source of bleeding. ...Read more
Many: Throwing up blood (hematemesis), passing blood through the rectum (hematochezia) are the most obvious. Black, tarry stools can be an indication of less dramatic blood loss. Pale skin and general weakness are the symptoms of anemia, which is a low red blood cell count associated with loss of hemoglobin as a result of chronic low grade GI bleed. ...Read more
It depends : Gi bleeds can be located in several different places. They can also be of varied intensity from a trace to severe. All of that factors into the plan. Usually a scope can find the site of the bleed. The speed will determine the treatment after site is known. Treatment could be surgical, endoscopic, laser, or medications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Shock treatment: The aim of anti-shock treatment is to two fold. One, is to replete the lost volume due to the hemorrhage and the other is stop the source of the bleeding. Doing only one will not resolve the situation. In the hospital blood and/or fluids will be given and treatment plans to stop the cause of the bleed will need to be carried out successfully. Surgery may be required, in some instances, to do so. ...Read more
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