Endoscopy

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Abstract Number: 995

BRAIN ABSCESS: A RARE COMPLICATION OF ESOPHAGOGASTRODUODENOSCOPY

Case Presentation: A 54 year old male developed acute encephalopathy and unilateral paralysis. He had a history of lung adenocarcinoma for which in1998 he underwent open resection of both lung tumor and brain metastases followed [...]

By | 2019-03-11T14:42:09+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Adult, Clinical Vignettes, Hospital Medicine 2019|Comments Off on BRAIN ABSCESS: A RARE COMPLICATION OF ESOPHAGOGASTRODUODENOSCOPY

Abstract Number: 14

ENDING ENDOSCOPY DELAY: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO REDUCE INPATIENT ENDOSCOPY DELAYS

Background: Endoscopies are commonly performed in the inpatient setting, and successful completion frequently requires close coordination among nurses, hospitalists, gastroenterologists, and anesthesiologists. Given the complexity of this multidisciplinary involvement, as well as variability in patient [...]

By | 2019-04-17T09:30:11+00:00 March 11th, 2019|Finalist Posters - Innovations, Hospital Medicine 2019, Innovations, Quality Improvement, Winners|Comments Off on ENDING ENDOSCOPY DELAY: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH TO REDUCE INPATIENT ENDOSCOPY DELAYS

HM2018 Abstract Number: 40

DOES EARLY ENDOSCOPY IMPROVE MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE NON-VARICEAL GASTROINTESTINAL BLEEDING

Background: Initial management of acute upper gastrointestinal bleeding (UGIB) aims towards aggressive fluid resuscitation to maintain hemodynamic stability. Existing evidence regarding benefit of early endoscopy is unclear with some studies suggesting mortality benefits and some [...]

By | 2018-03-19T13:15:12+00:00 March 19th, 2018|Consultative Medicine, Hospital Medicine 2018, Research|Comments Off on DOES EARLY ENDOSCOPY IMPROVE MORTALITY IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE NON-VARICEAL GASTROINTESTINAL BLEEDING

HM2016 Abstract Number: 836

The Entire Stomach Turned Into an Immobile Sack: An Unusual Case of Crohn Disease

Case Presentation: A 19 year old African American male with no significant PMH presented with intractable nausea and vomiting after meals, and 65lb weight loss over 10 weeks. The emesis was bilious and non-bloody, associated [...]

By | 2016-02-01T08:00:34+00:00 February 1st, 2016|Adult, Clinical Vignettes Abstracts|Comments Off on The Entire Stomach Turned Into an Immobile Sack: An Unusual Case of Crohn Disease