Manuel Alejandro Corzo Maldonado

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UNLABELLED During the first 6 weeks after a variceal hemorrhage there is a 30-40% of probability of recurrence and those who rebleed 20- 30% die. Passed this period, the risk of rebleeding is of 60%(More)
BACKGROUND Peptic ulcer disease is the main cause of upper gastrointestinal bleeding and Helicobacter pylori is its principal etiology. The sensitivity of the diagnostics tests is low for the(More)
OBJECTIVE Identify and establish risk factors associated with mortality secondary to upper gastrointestinal bleeding up to 30 days after the episode, at the Hospital Nacional Cayetano Heredia. (More)
OBJECTIVE To validate the Rockall score in elderly patients with non variceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding, in terms of mortality and recurrent bleeding at 30 days follow-up. MATERIAL AND(More)
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