Upper gastrointestinal bleeding is a common clinical disease with a relatively high incidence rate, and it is also an acute bleeding disease with a greater impact. If not rescued in time, it will greatly threaten the patient's physical and mental health and may even be fatal, especially in cases of non-varicose upper hemorrhage, which is closely related to digestive ulcers. In most cases, related diseases are self-limiting. However, some of the cases are relatively urgent and require internal meridian treatment to promote coagulation and improve existing disease situation. For endoscopic treatment process, related treatment methods have certain specificities, and their characteristics need to be fully understood.