Should you observe any of the following ercp indications, kindly inform us at the above number right once:
In our hospital,healthcare staff to take essential efforts to reduce the following risks about the ercp:
Our hospital provides regarding the pre treatment in the following ways:
Rest: You should rest for the remainder of the day after the procedure, and avoid strenuous physical activity for at least a day or two.
Drink plenty of fluids: Drinking plenty of fluids can help flush out the contrast dye used during the procedure and reduce the risk of complications.
Pain management: You may experience mild discomfort or cramping after the procedure. Your doctor may prescribe pain medication to help manage the pain.
Monitor for complications: It is important to monitor for any signs of complications, such as severe abdominal pain, fever, chills, or vomiting, and contact your doctor immediately if you experience any of these symptoms.
Follow dietary instructions: Your doctor may provide specific dietary instructions, such as avoiding solid foods for a certain period of time after the procedure.
Follow medication instructions: Your doctor may adjust your medication regimen after the procedure. It is important to follow their instructions carefully.
Follow-up appointments: Your doctor may schedule a follow-up appointment to monitor your progress and ensure that you are healing properly.
(Fluoroscopy)X-ray pictures are taken after the dye injection and displayed on a monitor so the endoscopist can examine the bile ducts and pancreatic duct. Depending on what the endoscopist sees during the ERCP, they may perform a variety of procedures or treatments
The ERCP procedure is an endoscopic exam during which a small catheter or wire is placed into the bile duct from the point at which it connects to the small intestine. During such a procedure a stent can then be placed to help drain the bile across the site of blockage, and thereby treat your jaundice.