As an interventional doctor, he has been in the emergency department and between various clinical departments all year round. The types of hemorrhage cases encountered in clinical work should be the most!
Branch expansion and massive hemoptysis: bronchial artery + intercostal artery embolization to stop bleeding
Massive hemorrhage from duodenal bulb ulcer, hemorrhage recurred after hemostasis under gastroscope clamp: gastroduodenal artery embolization
Gastrointestinal hemorrhage after gastric antrum cancer resection-gallbladder artery hemorrhage
Regional portal hypertension, isolated gastric fundus varices and rupture bleeding
Post-hepatitis liver cirrhosis, decompensated period, hypersplenism, combined with rupture of esophageal and gastric varices, massive bleeding, refractory ascites
Liver cirrhosis and massive bleeding from esophageal and gastric varices: TIPS surgery
Cervical cancer with vaginal bleeding
Prostate cancer with hematuria
Hemorrhoids and repeated bleeding
Every doctor yearns for the success of the operation and is happy to enjoy the joy after the operation is successful. But always remember that you are facing life, and every family behind you. Because of medical uncertainty, a single technology cannot cure all diseases, and most successful cases can be achieved when multiple technologies can be initiated in time for joint treatment. I hope that we can bear and understand each other more!