From the Desk of Nursing Department – The Operation Theatre Nurses

A seventy four year male, retired professor of plastic surgery who underwent CABG 11 years ago presented to our emergency with massive hematemesis. His Hb was 6.4 g/dl. He had had multiple episodes of hematemesis in the past two weeks requiring one unit of packed cells transfusion every day. Eight months ago he underwent endovascular stenting of proximal descending thoracic aorta in another hospital. Now he was diagnosed to have aorto-esophagial fistula a potentially fatal condition and was referred to Know More

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