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Title: Effect of the rectal administration of indomethacin on amylase serum levels after endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography, and its impact on the development of secondary pancreatitis episodes [Efecto de la administración de indometacina rectal sobre los niveles séricos de amilasa posteriores a colangiopancreatografía retrógrada endoscópica y su impacto en la aparición de episodios de pancreatitis secundaria]
Author: Montano Loza, A.
Rodriguez Lomeli, X.
Garcia Correa, J.E.
Davalos Cobian, C.
Cervantes Guevara, G.
Medrano Munoz, F.
Fuentes Orozco, C.
Gonzalez Ojeda, A.
Issue Date: 2007
Abstract: Background: hyperamylasemia and acute pancreatitis represent the most frequent major complication after endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP), developing in 1-30% of cases. Objective: to determine the incidence of hyperamylasemia and acute pancreatitis after ERCP, and to assess the utility of rectal indomethacin to prevent these events. Material and methods: a randomized clinical trial. During a 12-month period 150 patients were included. They were divided up into a study group (n = 75), where 100 mg of rectal indomethacin were administered 2 hours prior to the procedure, and a control group (n = 75), which received rectal glycerin. Two hours after ERCP serum amylase levels were measured and classified as follows: 0 ≤ 150 IU/L, 1 = 151-599 IU/L, 2 ≥ 600 IU/L. Clinical pancreatitis episodes were quantified and classified according to Ranson's criteria. Results: gender distribution: 100 women and 50 men. Mean age: 55.37 ± 18.0 for the study group, and 51.1 ± 17.0 for the control group. A diagnosis of benign pathology was present in 56 (74.7%) cases in the study group, and 59 (78.7%) controls. After ERCP 13 (17.3%) patients in the study group and 28 (37.3%) in the control group developed hyperamylasemia (p ≤ 0.05). Hyperamylasemia > 600 IU/L was found in 3 patients in the study group, and in 10 in the control group (p = 0.001). Mild pancreatitis was detected in 4 (5.3%) patients in the study group, and in 12 (16%) patients in the control group (p = 0.034). There were no deaths or adverse drug reactions. Conclusions: rectal indomethacin before ERCP decreases the risk of hyperamylasemia and pancreatitis. Indomethacine is a feasible, low-cost drug with minimal or nil side effects. Copyright © 2007 Arán Ediciones, s. l.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12104/64404
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