Acute Necrotizing Pancreatitis-Current Concepts and Latest Treatment Strategies: A Surgeons Perspective

1. Abstract Acute Necrotizing Pancreatitis is a difficult clinical condition with a high death rate. Because of the severe inflammatory reaction, it is a difficult condition to treat. Treatment for this illness now includes less invasive options such percutaneous drainage and endoscopic drainage in addition to less invasive endoscopic and video-assisted or laparoscopic debridement. The timing and technique of treatment have also changed. This research reviews the literature on various interventions for acute necrotizing pancreatitis with the goal of shedding light on the step-up approach to acute necrotizing pancreatitis care.