An endoscopic Doppler device has been used to predict which patients with bleeding peptic ulcers will require surgery to stop their bleeding. The results show that if a Doppler signal can be elicited from an ulcer then the likelihood of rebleeding sufficient to require surgery or lead to death is increased very significantly.
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