The Scope of application of hemostasis clip：
Polypectomy. The hemostatic clip is mainly used on the long pedicle (Ip, Isp type) in polyp resection. The pedicle hemostatic clip can block the nourishing blood vessels of nutrient polyps and prevent the risk of bleeding after the removal of the long pedicle or sub-pedicle polyps.
Closure of ESD trauma. The use of hemostatic clips to seal the wound is mainly to prevent the complications of delayed bleeding and delayed perforation of ESD wounds, such as ulcers with bleeding. For upper gastrointestinal bleeding with ulcer and bleeding, such as ulcer bleeding in the corner of the stomach, gastric antrum, etc., if the area is not large, you can directly use a hemostatic clip to seal the wound, while the larger area of ulcer bleeding (exposed blood vessels) can be selected to clip both sides of the bleeding foci so as to achieve the purpose of hemostasis.
The bleeding caused by Dieulafoy disease. Since the bleeding rate of Dieulafoy disease is relatively fast but its focus is relatively hidden or relatively small, it is generally preferred to use a hemostatic clip to stop bleeding directly, which is also a very effective method for the treatment of Duchenne's disease. Unless endoscopic hemostasis fails and requires surgical treatment, most of Dieulafoy diseases can still be successfully stopped endoscopically.
Hemostasis clip treatment of perforations. For doctors and hospitals with a lot of workload, gastrointestinal perforations are not rare, and the treatment method is not the previous surgery. Endoscopic treatment is mainly based on the simple sealing of the hemostatic clip, which can still achieve a relatively good sealing effect.