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In the hospital setting, upper gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding remains the most common reason for consulting a gastroenterologist. The care of patients with upper GI bleeding has recently changed, including the approach to initial management, timing of endoscopy, use of blood products, and available techniques for endoscopic therapy. I am going to provide an overview of […]

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My goals in this article are to give you my current recommendations on how you should risk stratify and treat patients with peptic ulcer bleeding (PUB) and other types of non-variceal upper GI hemorrhage (NVUGIH), based upon recent studies performed by me and my research group, the CURE Hemostasis Research Group. For more than four […]