Objective: To analyze the curative effects of gastroscope electrocoagulation hemostasis combined with microscopically administered montmorillonite powder in the treatment of gastric ulcer bleeding. Methods: 72 patients with gastric ulcer bleeding were divided into the control group and observation group with 36 cases in each. Patients in the control group received gastroscope electrocoagulation hemostasis, while patients in the observation group were sprayed with montmorillonite powder to the gastric ulcer wounds. Then the curative effects and adverse reactions between patients in both groups were compared. Results: Patients in the control group recived more blood transfution, had longer hemostatic time, hospital stays and ulcer healing time than those in the observation group, which were of statistical differences(P<0.05). Conclusion: The adoption of gastroscope electrocoagulation hemostasis assisted by montmorillonite powder spraying on the ulcer woulds has quick hemostatic effect, can shorten the treatment time of patients with gastric ulcer bleeding, and with fewer adverse reactions.
Acta Medicinae Sinica
gastroscope electrocoagulation hemostasis