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Endoscopic procedures like pancreatic duct stenting are increasingly being utilised to treat pancreatic diseases such pancreatic duct blockage and leakage. This article will go through the indications for therapeutic stenting, stent placement and removal procedures, and consequences of endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)-guided pancreatic duct stenting.
The use of pancreatic stents to prevent post-ERCP pancreatitis is covered in a separate section. (See also "Prophylactic pancreatic stents for ERCP-induced pancreatitis: When should they be used?" and "Post-endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) pancreatitis.")

Endoscopic treatment of walled-off pancreatic fluid collections is covered in a separate section. (See "Endoscopic interventions for walled-off pancreatic fluid collections" for further information.)

The use of biliary stents to treat malignant pancreaticobiliary blockage is covered in a separate section. (For further information, see "Endoscopic stenting for malignant biliary blockage.")

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What do I need to know regarding the implantation of a pancreatic stent?

A pancreatic duct can be made wider and kept open using a stent, a tiny tube. The ducts usually allow pancreatic fluid to pass through them. Fluid is emptied into the main duct from smaller ducts. A stent can be used to drain surplus fluid or treat a duct that is too small, obstructed, or leaking. Before some surgeries, one or more stents may be inserted to stop pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas). When doing endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography, pancreatic stent implantation is possible (ERCP).

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How do I get ready to put in a stent?

You will be given instructions by your healthcare practitioner on how to get ready for the operation. On the day of your surgery, he or she could advise not eating or drinking anything after midnight. Inform your doctor about every medication you are now taking. If you need to stop taking any medications before the surgery, they will let you know when to do so. On the day of your procedure, he or she will advise you on which medications to take or not take.
All of your allergies should be disclosed to your doctor. If you have an adverse reaction to a medication, contrast medium, anesthetic, or antibiotic, let the doctor know.

Make arrangements for a ride after your operation.

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What will occur after the stent is placed?

You'll receive medication to calm you down, make you sleepy, and stop you from coughing or choking. The endoscope will be inserted into your mouth by your healthcare professional. A long tube containing a camera and a light is an endoscope. Your small intestine will eventually be reached once the doctor moves the endoscope there. He or she will utilise the camera to locate the duct's entrance.

Your healthcare professional could expand the duct using a balloon. A wire will be steered into the duct by him or her. Over the wire, the stent will be inserted into the duct. Fluid could be eliminated. To help with image visibility of the duct and stent, contrast liquid will be administered. Photographs will assist in ensuring that the stent is placed properly.

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What should I anticipate after getting a stent?

  • For one or two days, you can experience a painful throat.
  • You can feel bloated or experience stomach pain. You could also experience nausea. In a few hours, these symptoms ought to disappear.
  • To ensure the stent is still in place three to four weeks following the treatment, you will need to have x-rays taken.

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What are the dangers of inserting a pancreatic stent?

Your pancreas or the duct might be harmed by the endoscope or its equipment. The stent may shift or obstruct the duct. Your tiny bowel might get the stent lodged. You could need to have another stent implanted if the treatment doesn't succeed.


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