The Whipple procedure is one of great intensity. Surgeons remove part of the pancreas, stomach, small intestine, gall bladder, and even lymph nodes. Why would such an invasive procedure need to be performed?  Check out a simple explanation from an ICU RN.

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AuthorCourtney Tracy
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The Whipple procedure is one of great intensity. Surgeons remove part of the pancreas, stomach, small intestine, gall bladder, and even lymph nodes. Why would such an invasive procedure need to be performed?  Check out a simple explanation from an ICU RN.

Posted
AuthorCourtney Tracy
CategoriesPhysiology