Table 4: Outcomes for the 158 gastric ulcer bleeders with different durations of pantoparazole infusion compared to saline infusion.

Outcome (gastric ulcer bleeders) Saline Pantoprazole all Pantoprazole 0–4 hrs Pantoprazole >4 hrs Pantoprazole >6 hrs
( )( )P value( )P value( )P value( )P value
Number of pts. (%)Number of pts. (%)Number of pts. (%)Number of pts. (%)

Endoscopic signs of bleeding from duodenal ulcers
 Active bleeding9 (19.5%)15 (13.4%)0.3213 (20.0%)0.952 (4.3%)0.022 (5.0%)0.04
 Nonbleeding visible vessel11 (23.9%)22 (19.6%)0.5512 (18.5%)0.4810 (21.3%)0.7610 (25.0%)0.91
 Clot5 (10.9%)28 (25.0%)0.0420 (30.8%)0.018 (17.0%)0.396 (15.0%)0.57
 Pigmented spot and clean base21 (45.6%)47 (41.9%)0.6720 (30.8%)0.1127 (57.4%)0.2622 (55.0%)0.39
Urgent endoscopy3 (6.5%)8 (7.1%)0.823 (4.6%)0.545 (10.6%)0.753 (7.5%)0.65
Recurrent bleeding4 (8.7%)18 (16.1%)0.2210 (15.4%)0.298 (17.0%)0.237 (17.5%)0.22
Emergency surgery 2 (4.3%)6 (5.3%)0.795 (7.7%)0.481 (2.1%)0.541 (2.5%)0.64
Mortality 1 (2.2%)8 (7.1%)0.223 (4.6%)0.495 (10.6%)0.094 (10.0%)0.12

P values were calculated for comparison between saline infusion group and pantoprazole infusion group patients with different durations of pantoprazole administration.