My husband has been in the hospital for over 3 weeks now, with acute pancreatitus. He doesn't have any extra pain when he eats or drinks food, but his enzyme levels go from 480 on a liquid diet to 680 when he starts eating food. The doctors have decided that if his levels stay at 680 and don't increase, they are going to send him home. I know that the enzyme levels for a normal person is between 0 and 100. I'm concerned that if his are so high, it could be dangerous and may have some long term effects. Does anyone have any information they could share with me on this subject as I very unclear about this whole issue.
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