At the point when an individual drains inside, they regurgitation blood and this condition is called hematemesis. It is generally created from the upper GI tract. There are numerous reasons to upper gastrointestinal discharge, for example, gastric ulcer, gastritis, duodenal ulcer and so on. Hematemesis is a crisis and can be life undermining if not treated appropriately. A patient can be controlled a proton pump inhibitor. Blood transfusions are given to individuals with greatly low hemoglobin levels. Nasogastric suction is controlled to expel blood from the stomach.
Esophagogastroduodenoscopy :This procedure helps in the diagnosis of the upper gastrointestinal tract and hemorrhage from where hematemesis develops.
Protoscopy :This is used to examine rectal lesions and bleeding from haemorrhoids.
Other diagnosis :Upon arrival to emergency, the patient’s vital signs are checked along with blood pressure and breathing.