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A gastroenterologist comes to the rescue when a patient is infected by a disease in the digestive tract, stomach, or colon. A gastroenterologist also helps patients with medical issues related to the pancreas, liver, gallbladder, and other organs involved in the elimination of waste. In a developed country like America, for example, the population suffering from gastrointestinal problem number anywhere between 60 million and 70 million people, leading to around 250,000 deaths each year. For such a situation CareEver has developed a platform to approach top doctors for video consultation. Our easy to use platform connects patients with patient-friendly doctors who can advise you on your medical condition.
The subspecialty of Gastroenterology include the following:
- Transplant hepatology
- Pediatric gastroenterology
- Pediatric transplant hepatology
- Liver Transplantation
There are complications related to Gastrointestinal which are as follows.
One of the frequent gastrointestinal complications includes liver transplantation compared with other organ transplants. Around 49% of recipients have one or more gastroenterology problems. GI complications include gastroesophageal reflux, ischemic bowel, adynamic ileus, colonic perforation, CMV colitis, gastroparesis, and diaphragmatic hernia. The causes may be from the
effects of anaesthesia, postoperative effects, and even narcotic use for pain relief.