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《Journal of Bengbu Medical College》 2006-05
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Risk factors for recurrent peptic ulcer hemorrhage:An analysis of 82 cases

LI Jin-rong,HOU Gui-wen,PENG Hao(Department of General Internal Medicine,Chuzhou First People's Hospital,Chuzhou 239000,China)  
Objective:To analyze the risk factors for recurrent peptic ulcers bleeding.Methods:The clinical data such as sex,age,size of ulcer,volume of blooding,H.pylori infection,stomachache,presence of concomitant diseases,history of treatment(NSAID),nutritional status,eating habit,labor intensity,sleep,etc were collected in 84 peptic ulcer patients combined with hemorrhage.Results:The occurrence of hemorrhage was observed in 70.73% of the patients,gastric ulcer in 26.83%,patients with age under 50 years in 78.05%,initial treatment in 87.80%,H.pylori infection in 86.59% and wakefulness in 78.05%.The male accounted for 76.83% and the female 23.17%.The other important risk factors were eating habit,exertion and undernutrition.Conclusions:We suggest that lack of treatment,H.pylori infection,age50,wakefulness,eating habit,labor intensity,undernutrition are the risk factors for recurrent peptic ulcer hemorrhage.
【CateGory Index】: R573.2
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