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Research Article

A New Scoring System to Predict Poor Clinical Outcomes in Acute Nonvariceal Upper Gastrointestinal Bleeding Patients with High-Risk Stigmata

Table 1

The characteristics of acute nonvariceal upper gastrointestinal bleeding patients enrolled.

Number of patients

Clinical characteristics
Age: median(IQR)a58 (42, 66)
Gender
 Male173
 Female36
UGIB symptom(s)b
 Melena181
 Hematemesis107
 Syncope23
Outcomes
 Rebleeding38
 Blood transfusion44
 Further intervention15
 Mortality9
Endoscopic characteristics
Manifestation
 Gastric ulcer57
 Duodenal ulcer101
 Anastamotic ulcer3
 Esophageal ulcer3
 Gastritis5
 Duodenitis10
 Anastamotic bleeding10
 Mallory-Weiss16
 Gastric vascular ectasia1
 Malignancy3
Endoscopic hemostasis
 Monotherapy172
 Multiple therapies combined37

aIQR: interquartile range. bSome patients presented with more than one symptom.