5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- 4 types of Bowel Diversion Surgeries
- Why is a Gastroduodenostomy (Billroth I) performed
- Paralytic ileus
- Dumping Syndrome most common after which surgery
- Complications of gastric surgery (3)
- a it is a gastrointestinal reconstruction technique. It may be performed in cases of stomach cancer, a malfunctioning pyloric valve, gastric obstruction, and peptic ulcers.
- b Dumping Syndrome, Postprandial hypoglycemia, and Bile reflux gastritis
- c Billroth II
- d Colostomy, Ileostomy, Continent Ileostomy, and Ileoanal reservoir surgery
- e is the occurrence of intestinal blockage in the absence of an actual physical obstruction. This type of blockage is caused by a malfunction in the nerves and muscles in the intestine that impairs digestive movement.
5 Multiple choice questions
- is an option when the large intestine is removed but the anus remains intact and disease-free. The surgeon creates a colonlike pouch, called an ileoanal reservoir, from the last several inches of the ileum. The ileoanal reservoir is also called a pelvic pouch or J-pouch. Stool collects in the ileoanal reservoir and then exits the body through the anus during a bowel movement. People who have undergone ileoanal reservoir surgery initially have about six to 10 bowel movements a day. Two or more surgeries are usually required, including a temporary ileostomy, and an adjustment period lasting several months is needed for the newly formed ileoanal reservoir to stretch and adjust to its new function. After the adjustment period, bowel movements decrease to as few as 4 to 6 a day.
- is decreased ability of the intestine to push food through, and often causes dilation of various parts of the bowel. It can be a primary condition (idiopathic or inherited) or caused by another disease (secondary). The clinical and radiological findings are often similar to true intestinal obstruction.
- BMI 35-40; Comorbid conditions/obesity related interfering with ADL; tired and failed non-surgical weight reduction; no alcohol or drug abuse; no underlying psychiatric issues concerning obesity
- Bowel prep
- is due to an excessive reflux of duodenal contents into the stomach it will damage gastric mucus
5 True/False questions
Sleeve gastrectomy → is a partial or full surgical removal of the stomach
colonoscopy → is similar to an ileostomy, but the colon—not the ileum—is diverted to a stoma. As with an ileostomy, stool collects in an ostomy pouch.
Ileostomy, → diverts the ileum to a stoma. Semisolid waste flows out of the stoma and collects in an ostomy pouch, which must be emptied several times a day. An ileostomy bypasses the colon, rectum, and anus and has the fewest complications.
Dumping syndrome (rapid gastric emptying, ) → Billroth II
Gastrectomy → surgical formation of an artificial opening between the stomach and the small intestine, usually at the jejunum. The operation is performed with a gastrectomy to route food from the remainder of the stomach into the small intestine or alone to treat a perforating ulcer of the duodenum.