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Prognosis

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20% of those with an acute upper gastrointestinal bleed will require surgery. There is a 10% mortality from such events. 25% of patients will rebleed after admission and of these, a third will die.

Poor prognostic factors include old age, shock at presentation, varices and rebleeding.

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