Gastrointestinal Bleeding (cont.)
Gastrointestinal Bleeding Follow-up
- Maintain a proper diet and take the medications prescribed as directed.
- Follow-up with a physician on a regular basis to monitor progress, so that
the doctor can prevent further progression and complications of the patient's gastrointestinal bleeding.
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