Tapping of Ascitic Fluid in a Portal Hypertension Patient (General Surgery)

Dinesh Malhotra., MBBS


Medical Case Details:

A middle-aged patient with a chronic alcohol drinking history suffered from hypoproteinemia ascites.
Treatment: I did ascitic fluid tapping.
Investigation: 3 liters of fluid taken out and sent for the examination accordingly.
Medication: IV fluid antibiotics and injection Hermin (Lysine, Threonine, Isoleucine, Methionine, and Histidine Hydrochloride).
Follow-up: Investigation results were satisfactory, and the patient became normal.


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