publication . Research . 1994

PROPHYLACTIC ENDOSCOPIC INJECTION SCLEROTHERAPY FOR GASTRIC VARICES : 1. DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW SCLEROTHERAPY TECHNIQUE AND ITS APPLICATION

Matsumura, Masahiko;
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  • Published: 31 Oct 1994 Journal: 奈良医学雑誌, volume 45, issue 5, pages 649-654 (issn: 0469-5550, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: 奈良医学会
Abstract
The author designed a direct injection method of endoscopic injection sclerotherapy (EIS) for gastric varices with a newly developed technique for controlling bleeding from the punctured site, and subsequently used it for prophylactic treatment in 10 cases. EIS was performed under X-ray monitoring in the absence of a balloon, and 5% ethanolamine oleate containing 49% Iopamidol was used as the sclerosant. A twenty-five gauge needle wearing an outer tube was used for the puncture. After injection of sclerosant, thrombin was poured into the outer tube while pulling out the needle. After the needle was pulled out, thrombin was sprayed over the punctured site when bl...
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free text keywords: endoscopic injection sclerotherapy, gastric varices, prophylactic therapy, ethanolamine oleate
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