Acute Pancreatitis: Prevention
An irritation of the that can cause it to stop working. It is most often caused by gallstones or alcohol abuse.
About Acute Pancreatitis Prevention
Before leaving the hospital, the person will be advised not to smoke, drink alcoholic beverages, or eat fatty meals. In some cases, the cause of the is clear, but in others, more tests are needed after the person is discharged and the is healed.
Information and tools to help reduce alcohol use is at from the NIH.