PMID: 592074Dec 1, 1977

The use of glucagon in the diagnosis and management of illeocolic intussusception

Journal of Pediatric Surgery
G R HoyE T Boles


Twenty-one of 25 episodes of ileocolic intussusception were successfully reduced by the barium enema hydrostatic technique supplemented by glucagon. No apparent serious complications occurred from the use of this drug. The comfort of the children and the ease of filling the colon and small bowel seemed enhanced by the glucagon.


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