Care, Maintenance and Cure of Necrotising (Complex) pancreatitis
What is Pancreatic Necrosis?
Pancreatic Necrosis treatment in Ludhiana, Punjab is an infection that severely affects acute pancreatitis. This tissue can even get infected or can die if the problem persists. This problem is also known as necrotizing pancreatitis. If there is an abscess formation due to the infection triggering the necrotic tissue even after the several weeks after the attack of acute necrotizing pancreatitis. Both the conditions have adverse health for the patients and require a long time of hospitalization.
What are the symptoms of Pancreatic Necrosis?
The most common symptoms of Pancreatic Necrosis are sudden pain in the upper abdomen. These symptoms are quite similar to acute or chronic pancreatitis. The pain gets worse even after lying down and the intensity increases when the person bends over or sits down.
Some of the most common additional symptoms are:
- Pain in abdomen
- Bloated abdomen
- Tenderness in abdomen
What are the complications involved in Pancreatitis necrosis?
Pancreatic necrosis is quite a serious condition, it is related to the blockage that is present in the biliary duct. This condition can occur due to access consumption of alcohol. If the surgery is not conducted at the right time, the patient might increase the chances of death.
There are various procedures followed in order to diagnose the disease:
The white blood cells are tested in the body to fight against the infection and check the abnormalities of the liver as well as enzymes.
It is a non-invasive procedure, that includes sound waves, and not the X-rays to produce the images. The probe used goes through the abdomen, inside the body and can be checked on the computer screen.
CT-Scan with IV Contrast:
An abdomen CT scan is performed and the dye is used to produce 3D images of the pancreas.
ERCP with Endoscopic Ultrasound:
Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography is a technique that uses the endoscopic technique for the study of liver, pancreases, and gallbladder. This procedure includes thorough checking of the stomach using a flexible endoscope that has a miniature TV camera attached to it. It goes through the mouth to the stomach. During the entire procedure, the photographs are easily visible on the computer.
How is the treatment for Pancreatic necrosis given?
The treatment for the patients facing acute pancreatic necrosis must be given depending on the condition. The treatments include intravenous fluids, antibiotics, pain killers, and medications. The patient is given surgical options in order to drain the infected area.
Dr. Girn one of the best pancreatic doctors in Ludhiana, states that this condition needs immediate action. If you are facing some similar issue, you must contact us at Girn hospital, the best pancreatic specialist hospital in India.