What Conditions does Sandostatin Vial Treat?

  • carcinoid syndrome
  • diarrhea associated with vasoactive intestinal peptide (VIP)-secreting tumor
  • acromegaly
  • irritable colon
  • diarrhea caused by chemotherapy
  • increased growth of islet cells of pancreas
  • syndrome after rapid passage of food in small intestine
  • inadequate absorption of nutrients due to a short bowel
  • carcinoid crisis
  • insulinoma
  • bleeding from varicose veins or varices in the esophagus
  • diarrhea with HIV

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