Conclusion

The nonsurgical (ie, transcatheter approach) to the treatment of patients with upper and lower GI bleeding requires knowledge of anatomy and angiographic techniques. Monitoring of patients in an ICU is mandatory. Transcatheter embolotherapy or infusion of vasopressin may prove life saving in patients who are poor surgical candidates, or in patients who refuse surgery or require stabilization. Therapy using transcatheter techniques is often definitive. The use of embolotherapy, as apposed to infusion of vasopressin, is felt to have a more durable clinical result (ie, less chance of rebleeding). Use of vasopressin is not without risk and the trend is to employ super-selective catheterization techniques to treat patients with upper and lower GI tract bleeding.

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