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Clinical Profile of Non-Traumatic Surgical Abdominal Emergencies in a Tertiary Care Centre in Eastern Part of India

Ayush Raj,Deepmala,Abhay Kumar,Deepak Pankaj,Nitesh Kumar,Vibhuti Bhushan.

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Aim: (a) To study the clinical profile, demographics, symptoms, and indicators of patients with abdominal emergencies requiring non-traumatic surgery. (b) To determine the diagnosis and the appropriate treatment options for patients presenting to the emergency room with abdominal surgical crisis that are not trauma related. (c) To examine the results of various treatment approaches in patients who have non-traumatic surgical abdominal emergencies and present to the emergency room.
Methods: The study included all non-trauma patients under 70 years of age who presented to emergency with abdominal pain.
Results: In our analysis, acute appendicitis was the most frequent cause of acute abdomen, followed by acute intestinal blockage, cholecystitis, and nephrolithiasis.
Conclusion: During the workup of these patients, clinicians must take several diagnoses into account; those individuals who may need surgical exploration should be recognised early to reduce their morbidity and death.

Key words: Acute abdominal pain, emergency department, non traumatic causes of abdominal pain

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