What is the proper management of acute pancreatitis?
Acute pancreatitis in an ICU setting and the use of intravenous fluids, nutrition, and analgesia. In this assignment, I am going to discuss acute pancreatitis in the intensive care setting, with the age group ranging from 18 and above, including men and women. I am going to discuss the benefits and contraindications of parenteral and enteral nutrition, the use of intravenous fluids and the benefit of different types of analgesia when treating acute pancreatitis. According to Stigliano, The management of acute pancreatitis remains challenging. The management of acute pancreatitis (AP) differs according to its severity, mild, moderate or severe. You can also have chronic pancreatitis. Chronic pancreatitis appears to evolve as a consequence of episodes of acute pancreatitis, although these episodes may not be clinically apparent. During this process, the acuteтinflammation and necrosis of acute pancreatitis are gradually replaced by chronic inflammation. Acute pancreatitis is sudden inflammation of the pancreas and can lead to the destruction of the pancreas and cause the pancreas to become necrotic. Pancreatic necrosis can lead to failure of other organs, such as the lungs and kidneys and can even cause multi-organ failure and can become a life-threatening illness.