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My father in law is admitted to hospital for acute pancreatic. He is also having 5-13 mm calculi in gall bladder. The leaves currently is 19000. What is the best treatment for this condition?

The best treatment depends on the pancreatic condition as he is in a hospital he will be treated according to his condition.
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Acute Pancreatitis - How To Administer It?

Acute Pancreatitis - How To Administer It?

The inflammation of your pancreas over a short period of time indicates acute pancreatitis, which is a serious health condition. You may experience symptoms such as severe abdominal pain all of a sudden, diarrhoea and feeling of being sick. Acute pancreatitis occurs when there are some problems with certain enzymes in the pancreas. This condition is often associated with gallstones and alcohol consumption.

Treatment
Acute pancreatitis can be cured in a hospital, where you will get monitored for signs of serious issues. In some cases, supportive things like oxygen and fluids are required. Here are the various ways by which the condition can be treated:

1. Fluids: The body may get dehydrated during acute pancreatitis. Fluids are provided via a tube connected to one of the veins of the patient. This is known as intravenous or IV fluid. These fluids may help in the prevention of a problem called hypovolemic shock, which occurs when the amount of blood in your body gets lowered due to a drop in fluids. 
2. Nutrition: Diet is usually not restricted for people with acute pancreatitis, but some patients are recommended not to consume solid food for some time. Attempting to digest solid food may cause a strain on the pancreas. You may need to avoid solid food for some days. You should use a feeding tube to get essential nutrients. This process is called enteral feeding and it may involve the insertion of a tube into your stomach via the nose. 
3. Oxygen: For ensuring sufficient oxygen supply to your vital organs, you will be supplied with oxygen through the tubes on your nose. The tube may be removed when your condition improves. In some cases, ventilation equipment may be required for assistance to breathe.
4. Painkillers: Acute pancreatitis causes severe abdominal pain and strong painkillers such as morphine may be given to the patient. These may make the patient feel drowsy. 

Treatment of underlying cause
After controlling the symptoms, the underlying cause must be treated. They are as follows:
1. Gallstone: When pancreatitis occurs because of a gallstone, you may require a process known as endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography or ERCP. The gallbladder may have to be removed, if necessary. 

2. Alcohol consumption: After getting treated for acute pancreatitis and you have recovered from this condition, you should try to avoid alcohol completely. Alcohol may spoil your recovery and the condition might reoccur or the symptoms may reappear. For freedom from alcohol, you may try counselling, joining self-help groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) or take medicine which reduces your craving for alcohol. 

It is recommended that you visit a doctor immediately after experiencing any slight or severe symptoms of acute pancreatitis. This will help in early diagnosis and the chances of the symptoms getting worse are prevented.

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Sir my amylase is 130 more than one year kbhi 120 kbhi 100 ek do baar normal bhi hua, 80 hua tha per phir badh jata mere pet m dard rhta. I have drink lot off. Bhaut medicine leli koi fayda na ho rha ayurvedic or allopathic sub please help or yeh beemari kya h kya organ m problem h.mera triglyceride bhi badha hua.

U have to improve your food habits do 1. Take 2/ 3glass of warm water in the morning before brush 2. Take more water in day 3. Take meals at fixed hrs, chew food properly/ completely, no eating quickly 4. Take small amount of food at a time, take more frequent meals - may be five times a day. 5. No spicy/ fried/ fast/ junk/processed food. Caffeine, mints or mint-flavoured foods, pungent, sour things, tomato-based foods. 6. No smoking, chewing gum, and carbonated beverages. 6. No milk for few days, can take curd, no uncooked salad 7. Avoid constipation 8. Usenibupani (lemon water) 2/ 3 times a day 9. Do not drink/ store water in plastic bottles. 10 .relax and walk for 30 mts daily 11. Take enough rest- do not lie down immediately after eating. Take dinner 3 hrs before sleeping. No late nights 11. Keep your weight under control. 12. Elevate the head of bed 6 inches with blocks. 13. Avoid tea, coffee, alcohol 14. Stand upright or sit up straight, maintain good posture. 15. Reduce physical and mental stress. Maintain healthy life style. Do exercise regularly. 16. No unnecessary medicines medicine can not be advised for open question for medicine contact on private consultation good luck.
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My Amylase level high i.e 113 and fatty liver in ultrasound. Liver size 10.5.Abundance gas formation. Weight 84 kg. No loss of weight. Eyes yellow. Urine reports normal. Kidney profile normal. Spleen normal. Pancreas ultrasound normal.

Avoid spicy food items and not to eat junk food and we also need to avoid peanuts and potatoes in our daily diet and few tips on diet - say no to maida items like toast , khaari ,naan ,white bread . can drink tea but without sugar and say no to Buffalo milk and can drink cows milk , can eat brown bread , can eat sprout’s , can eat green vegetables, can eat chappati ,bajra ka rotla can eat one katori of rice twice a day with dal and to avoid farsan food items and can eat fruits and say no to coconut water
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What does heterogeneous ecotexture with atrophic changes in pancreas mean for a 23 year old boy with idiopathic chronic pancreatitis history of 4 years.

Fatty infiltration of the pancreas is a rare condition that can be found on ultrasound or with other imaging techniques. In and off it self, fatty infiltration of the pancreas is a benign condition; it simply means that fat tissue has been laid down inside the pancreas.
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My uncle is 75 years old. He has bilirubin and bilivardin levels 1162 and 1293 .and sgpt and sgot are 292 and 263. Doctor told about Bill obstruction. Pancreas with overhead mass. What to do now.

U should give him following homoeopathic medicines Rx 1-chelidonium M Q 15 drops with 5 ml of normal water twice daily 30 minutes after meal 2- china 1000 4-4 drops 7 am & 9 pm.
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My brother suffering from C.C.P pancreatitis. He is 31 years old. And also a diabetic patient. What treatment to taken? How it can be cure permanently?

Hello, Lybrate user, He should go for a walk in the morning. His diet be regular, easily digestible on small intervals to avoid gastric disorder. He should go for meditation to reduce stress nourishing pancreas to behave favourably. He should avoid junk food, alcohol, caffiene, nicotine. Homoeopathy can assist him favourably, please. Tk care.
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My brother suffering from pancreatitis. He is 30 yres old. And also a diabetic patient. What treatment to be taken for the same. How can it be cure?

Dear lybrate-user, Pancreatitis can be successfully treated with Homeopathic medication but will require patience and management as per my guidance so that he heals faster without any complication further .Also note his diabetic index is due to pancreatitis. Fir now please go for LFT Amylase lipase test done along with HbA1c and update the status. For consultation consult back.
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Can I consume alcohol I'm effected pancreas. Recently discharged from hospital. please suggest me can I drink or not. Also need to to know consequences of drinking alcohol.

Hello Alcohol drinking never becomes healthy to anyone. It may damage your vital organs like liver, kidney, heart and others. So kindly avoid theand once think again about you and your family.
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