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  • Nose-gastric probe
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Some laboratory tests, such as CBC +F +PLT, ESR, bilirubinemia, transaminases, amylasemia, blood glucose, ionogram; rectal exploration; chest X-ray; direct abdomen; abdominal ultrasonography, should be performed.

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