February 2007
Gut;Feb2007 Supplement 1, Vol. 56, p35
Academic Journal
The article reports several recommendations from the evidence-based blueprint "Alcohol-related harm: a growing crisis, time for action!" for the effective management of patients with alcohol related gastroenterological problems. Need for referral to on-going support services by trained medical staff is suggested, and a provision for the general staff education is recommended. It is recommended that the patient should remain in touch with the general practitioner even after the discharge.


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