This algorithm for the management of patients with dumping syndrome is used at the Neurogastroenterology and Motility Clinic of the University Hospitals in Leuven, Belgium. Octreotide acetate is an octapeptide that mimics naturalsomatostatin pharmacologically, though it is a more potent inhibitor of growth hormone,glucagon, and insulin than the natural hormone.
Octreotide has also used for the treatment of severe, refractory diarrhea from other causes. In patients with suspected esophageal varices, octreotide can be given to help decrease bleeding.
The drug has been used off-label, injected subcutaneously, in the management of hypertrophic pulmonary osteoarthropathy (HPOA) secondary to non-small cell lung carcinoma.
While successful treatment has been demonstrated in case reports, larger studies have failed to demonstrate efficacy in treating chylothorax.
The principal peak in the chromatogram obtained with test solution is similar in retention time to the principal peak in the chromatogram obtained with reference solution.
The IR absorption spectrum of sample should concordant with IR absorption spectrum obtained from Octreotide acetate WRS.
In case of clinical suspicion, we use a modified oral glucose tolerance test to help establish the diagnosis.


It is used in toxicology for the treatment of prolonged recurrent hypoglycemia after sulfonyurea and possibly meglitinides overdose. It has been investigated for patients with pain from chronic pancreatitis, and it may be useful in the treatment of thymic neoplasms.
Octreotide may be used in conjunction with midodrine to partially reverse peripheral vasodilation in the hepatorenal syndrome. A small study has shown that octreotide may be effective in the treatment of idiopathic intracranial hypertension. She was on prednisolone, 10 mg along with azathioprine, 150 mg, atenolol, 25 mg, and candesartan, 8 mg. Our initial therapy is based on dietary measures for 3–4 weeks, plus acarbose treatment in patients who have hypoglycemia. It has also been used with varying degrees of success in infants with nesidioblastosis to help decrease insulin hypersecretion. By increasing systemic vascular resistance, these drugs reduce shunting and improve renal perfusion, prolonging survival until definitive treatment with liver transplant. In patients with treatment-refractory dumping syndrome, surgical reintervention or continuous enteral feeding can be considered, but the outcomes of such approaches are variable.


These hypoglycaemic-episodes were investigated by ruling-out any obvious cardiac, renal, hepatic, or adrenal-dysfunction or sepsis. Perhaps coexistent fibrosarcoma and recurrent hypoglycaemia pointed towards possibility of non-islet cell tumour-hypoglycaemia. Diazoxide, which inhibits pancreatic insulin-release, was introduced at a low-dose and up titrated to 150 mg TDS.
Hypoglycaemia are usually fully-reversible after surgical removal of tumours; however, in our case with an inoperable-tumour, alleviating hypoglycaemia was becoming a therapeutic challenge.
With limited options available, the role of GH was considered; as it is well established that GH stimulates hepatic gluconeogenesis and glycogenolysis, probably suggesting a role in managing non-islet cell tumour hypoglycaemia.



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