A 60-year-old man has been transferred to your ICU from another hospital ICU, where he had been admitted with severe pancreatitis complicated by respiratory failure requiring mechanical ventilation.
A 56 year old, homeless man was admitted to the emergency department with clinical features suggestive of a bowel obstruction. As he is confused, it is not possible to elicit a clear history.
The first set of blood tests show-
A 67 year old man with a history of heavy alcohol use was found collapsed, unresponsive, and smelling of alcohol. On admission he was noted to have abdominal distention with thin, gaunt facies and cachexia.
A 60 year old man has been transferred to your ICU from another hospital ICU, where he had been admitted 10 days ago with severe pancreatitis and requiring mechanical ventilation.
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HONK and its various complications
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