Bleeding from the GI tract: Bleeding from anywhere can be potentially fatal, especially when it happens from GI tract (upper or lower) the blood often appears in stool or vomit but isn't always visible. It is a serious matter and requires special attention and facilities. The level of bleeding from the GI tract may vary from mild to severe and can be life-threatening and shows symptoms such as:
Overt bleeding might show up as:
- Vomiting blood
- Black, tarry stools.
- Rectal bleeding (usually in or with stool)
With occult bleeding, you might have:
- Chest pain
- Abdominal pain
- Difficulty breathing
The Institute for Digestive & Liver Diseases is equipped with the most advanced technology and facility which ably compliment our experts in tackling gastrointestinal bleeding cases successfully. Our experts are well-trained at managing various types of gastrointestinal related bleedings. The Unit also holds dedicated intensive care, advanced endoscopic suites and radiology intervention which further facilitate the treatment and recovery processes.