Acute pancreatitis usually is managed with pancreatic rest, intravenous hydration, and analgesia, often with narcotics.
Patients with pancreatitis who have zero to two of the Ranson criteria are expected to have a mild course; those with three or more criteria can have significant mortality.
Pancreatic complications (phlegmon, necrosis, abscess, pseudocyst) should be suspected if persistent pain, fever, abdominal mass, or persistent hyperamylasemia occurs.
Patients with asymptomatic gallstones do not require treatment; they can be observed and treated if symptoms develop. Cholecystectomy is performed for patients with symptoms of biliary colic or for those with complications.
Acute cholecystitis is best treated with antibiotics and then cholecystectomy generally within 48-72 hours.
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