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perforated peptic ulcer

Ulcer perforation can be divided into acute, subacute and chronic according to its clinical manifestations. The type of perforation mainly depends on the location of the ulcer, followed by the process of ulcer development and surrounding tissues and organs. The incidence of duodenal ulcer was higher than that of gastric ulcer. Ulcer perforation in the early stage of perforation, the patient's face is pale, his limbs are cold, sweating cold, his pulse is fast and weak, his blood pressure drops, his body temperature does not rise, and his breathing is short. After 4 hours, the patient's body temperature is slightly warmer than normal, and the pulse is about 1 hour higher than normal. If you don't come to see a doctor at this time, the diagnosis is often delayed. Generally, after 12 hours of perforation, it will turn into bacterial peritonitis, with weakness of the whole body, dry mouth, nausea and vomiting. Due to the stimulation of the diaphragm, it will cause hiccup, elevated body temperature, palpitation, shortness of breath, decreased urine output, decreased blood pressure, deteriorating condition, and even real shock.


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