GI UNIT ADULT HEALTH


  

Adult Health 1 Consider Guide

GI Unit 

Chapters 45-47 

Remember that assigned textbook readings should be minor to reviewing & considering the Powerpoint presentations. Answers to these consider influence questions can be obtained from the textbook chapters, powerpoint presentations, as well-behaved-behaved as collocate lectures & in-collocate activities. 

Chapter 45: Skillful-treatment of Patients delay Oral & Esophageal Disorders (p. 1283-1284) 

Conditions to Know: Gastroesophageal Reflux Sickness (GERD) 

1. What is GERD?

2. What are some lavish factors for the harvest of GERD? 

3. What are some vulgar signs and symptoms of GERD? 

4. What are some instruction points we would nonproduction to involve in our unrepining counsel touching dietary & lifestyle changes needed for the skillful-treatment of GERD? 

5. Describe the different collocatees of medications that are used to speak unrepinings delay GERD. Involve medication collocate, arrangement of operation, unrepining instruction points, & any nursing implications. See Table 45-2. 

Chapter 46: Skillful-treatment of Patients delay Gastric & Duodenal Ulcers (p. 1296-1303)

Conditions to Know: Peptic Abscess Sickness (PUD) 

1. What is a peptic abscess and how does it devise? 

2. What are some causes of peptic abscesss?

3. What are some signs and symptoms of peptic abscesss? 

4. Compare and contrariety the findings seen delay unrepinings presenting delay gastric versus duodenal abscesss. 

5. What are some instruction points we would nonproduction to involve in our unrepining counsel touching the lifestyle changes needed for skillful-treatment of PUD? 

6. Describe the medications that are used in “triple therapy” for unrepinings diagnosed delay PUD due to H. pylori bacteria. See Table 46-3. Apart from these 3 medication collocatees, what joined med collocatees may to-boot be prescribed for unrepinings delay PUD?

7. What is the most austere complication of PUD? What are some clinical manifestations of this requisite?

Chapter 47: Skillful-treatment of Patients delay Intestinal & Rectal Disorders (p. 1312-1316 & p. 1327-1336)

Conditions to Know: Constipation, Diarrhea, Intestinal (Bowel) Obstruction, IBD – Crohn’s Sickness & Ulcerative Colitis (UC) 

1. How is constipation defined? 

2. What are some causes of constipation? 

3. What are some signs & symptoms of constipation? 

4. What are some instruction points you would nonproduction to involve in your unrepining instruction touching the interruption and/or skillful-treatment of unrepinings delay constipation? See Chart 47-2. 

5. How is diarrhea defined and how can it be collocateified? 

6. What are some signs & symptoms of diarrhea? 

7. What are some undeveloped complications of diarrhea? What is the nurse’s role in subsidiary to intercept or speak these complications? 

8. What are some instruction points you would nonproduction to involve in your unrepining instruction touching the interruption and/or skillful-treatment of unrepinings delay diarrhea?

9. How does an intestinal impediment arise and what are the two ocean types of impediments? 

10. What are some signs and symptoms of a bowel impediment? 

11. Describe the nursing prudence that is needed for a unrepining delay a bowel impediment.  

12. What is abscessative colitis (UC)? 

13. What are some signs and symptoms of UC?

14. What is Crohn’s sickness? 

15. What are some signs & symptoms of Crohn’s sickness? 

16. What medications (classes) are used to speak UC & Crohn’s sickness? 

17. Describe the nursing prudence that is needed for unrepinings delay UC or Crohn’s sickness.