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Hematemesis

ematemesi

Hematemesis is the emission oral of blood with vomiting. Symptomatology and objective signs depend on the aetiology. In the case of massive hemorrhage there will be a symptomatology and objectivity in hypovolemic shock. It is necessary to perform immediate procedures such as vein cannulation, the suspension of solid and liquid feeding and the insertion of a tube naso-gastric.

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