Novel Hemostatic Gel As Rescue Therapy for Postsphincterotomy Bleeding Refractory to Self-Expanding Metallic Stent Placement
Mario Gagliardi, Giovanni Oliviero, Michele Fusco, Marco Napoli, Andrea Sica, Attilio Maurano, Mariano Sica, Claudio Zulli
Endoscopic sphincterotomy (ES) is commonly performed during endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography, and bleeding is a severe adverse event. PuraStat is a peptide developed as a hemostatic agent for endoscopy. We report its use as a hemostatic strategy in post-ES bleeding refractory to combined hemostasis. A patient with choledocholithiasis underwent endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography for stone removal. After the ES, severe bleeding refractory to the injection of diluted epinephrine around the bleeding source and metal stent placement occurred. Hemostasis was achieved with the application of the hemostatic gel. We reported the use of novel self-assembling hemostatic gel as an effective therapeutic tool for post-ES refractory bleeding.
Gagliardi M, Oliviero G, Fusco M et al. Novel Hemostatic Gel As Rescue Therapy for Postsphincterotomy Bleeding Refractory to Self-Expanding Metallic Stent Placement. ACG Case Rep J. 2022;9:e00744.
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