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61 terms
NCLEX: GI
small intestine
large intestine
amylase
maltase
most of absorption
absorbs water, salts, vitamins and elimination of undigestabl…
starch to maltose
maltose to monosaccharids glucose
small intestine
most of absorption
large intestine
absorbs water, salts, vitamins and elimination of undigestabl…
47 terms
NCLEX: GI
functions of pancreas... (2)
acute vs chronic pancreatitis causes
pancreatitis ... S&S
collin's sign... turner's sign
insulin... digestive enzymes
acute: alcohol (#1) and gallbladder disease (#2)... chronic: al…
PAIN increases with eating... abdominal distention/ascited... RIGID…
c = bruising around umbilical... t = bruising around flank
functions of pancreas... (2)
insulin... digestive enzymes
acute vs chronic pancreatitis causes
acute: alcohol (#1) and gallbladder disease (#2)... chronic: al…
104 terms
NCLEX GI
Pancreatitis
The pancreas has two separate functions
Two types of pancreatitis
Pancreatitis Signs/Symptoms
Auto-digestion of the pancreas... Digestive enzymes need to be…
Endocrine - Insulin... Exocrine - Digestive Enzymes
Acute and Chronic... Acute - #1 cause is alcohol then gallbladd…
1. Pain INCREASES while eating. ... 2. Abdominal distension/asc…
Pancreatitis
Auto-digestion of the pancreas... Digestive enzymes need to be…
The pancreas has two separate functions
Endocrine - Insulin... Exocrine - Digestive Enzymes
8 terms
GI nclex
Vitamin injection needed after total g…
Dumping syndrome diet
Gastric ulcers
Duodenal ulcers
B12 (cyanobalamin)
When gastric contents rapidly enter the bowel ... Increase prote…
Dull pain... Occurs after eating ... Not relieved by food
Epigastric pain relieved by food ... H pylori is a main cause
Vitamin injection needed after total g…
B12 (cyanobalamin)
Dumping syndrome diet
When gastric contents rapidly enter the bowel ... Increase prote…
140 terms
NCLEX: GI
pancreatitis
functions of the pancreas: 2
two types of pancreatitis:
acute pancreatitis causes:
- aka auto-digestion of the pancreas ... - when enzymes are acti…
endocrine: insulin creation... exocrine: digestive enzymes
- acute ... - chronic
- #1 is alcohol... - #2 is gallbladder disease (gallstones drop…
pancreatitis
- aka auto-digestion of the pancreas ... - when enzymes are acti…
functions of the pancreas: 2
endocrine: insulin creation... exocrine: digestive enzymes
132 terms
GI NCLEX
A client with constipation is prescrib…
A client is recovering from a small-bo…
A client seeks medical attention after…
A 68-year-old male is being admitted t…
1. Assist the client into the left-lateral Sims' position., 2…
2. 15 to 30 minutes
2. Making sure the client's bladder is empty before auscultat…
3. onto the bedpan.
A client with constipation is prescrib…
1. Assist the client into the left-lateral Sims' position., 2…
A client is recovering from a small-bo…
2. 15 to 30 minutes
49 terms
GI-NCLEX
pancreatitis
patho
S/s
normal lab values
auto digestion of the pancreas
two separate functions... endocrine- insulin... exocrine- digestive…
pain- increased with eating... abdominal distention/ascites... rigi…
amylase: 30-220 (pancreas)... lipase: 0-110 (pancreas)... AST:8-40…
pancreatitis
auto digestion of the pancreas
patho
two separate functions... endocrine- insulin... exocrine- digestive…
24 terms
NCLEX GI
Ascites
Bowel Obstruction
Cholecystitis
cholelithiasis
accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity. ascitic fluid…
obstruction occurs when small/large intestine is partly or co…
inflammation of the gallbladder, frequently associated with s…
presence of stones in the gallbladder, riskf factors include…
Ascites
accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity. ascitic fluid…
Bowel Obstruction
obstruction occurs when small/large intestine is partly or co…
54 terms
GI - NCLEX
Pancreatitis - patho
Pancreatitis: acute - causes
Pancreatitis: chronic - causes
Pancreatitis: S/S
2 functions:... 1. endocrine: insulin... 2. exocrine: digestive e…
1. alcohol... 2. gallbladder disease
1. alcohol
- pain: increase with eating... - abdominal distention/ascites…
Pancreatitis - patho
2 functions:... 1. endocrine: insulin... 2. exocrine: digestive e…
Pancreatitis: acute - causes
1. alcohol... 2. gallbladder disease
1,351 terms
GI NCLEX
1. Assist the client into the left-lat…
A client seeks medical attention after…
A 68-year-old male is being admitted t…
The nurse is teaching a group of middl…
A client with constipation is prescribed an irrigating enema.…
2. Making sure the client's bladder is empty before auscultat…
3. onto the bedpan.
4. alcohol abuse and smoking.
1. Assist the client into the left-lat…
A client with constipation is prescribed an irrigating enema.…
A client seeks medical attention after…
2. Making sure the client's bladder is empty before auscultat…
280 terms
GI Nclex
Which of the following conditions can…
Risk factors for the development of hi…
Which of the following symptoms is com…
Which of the following tests can be pe…
D... A hiatal hernia is caused by weakness of the diaphragmic m…
A... Obesity may cause increased abdominal pressure that pushes…
C... Esophageal reflux is a common symptom of hiatal hernia. Th…
C... A barium swallow with fluoroscopy shows the position of th…
Which of the following conditions can…
D... A hiatal hernia is caused by weakness of the diaphragmic m…
Risk factors for the development of hi…
A... Obesity may cause increased abdominal pressure that pushes…
13 terms
nclex GI
a nurse is caring for a newly admitted…
A nurse is caring for a patient admitt…
The nurse educator is reviewing the bl…
A patient has come to the clinic compl…
Upper GI tract... Blood shed in sufficient quantities in the up…
Lipase... Amylase... Trypsin
Splenic vein... Inferior mesenteric vein... Gastric vein
quantitative fecal immunochemical test... Quantitative fecal im…
a nurse is caring for a newly admitted…
Upper GI tract... Blood shed in sufficient quantities in the up…
A nurse is caring for a patient admitt…
Lipase... Amylase... Trypsin
56 terms
NCLEX GI
Diverticular Disease
Omeprazole
Dicyclomine Hydrochloride
Gray "clay colored" poop
Saclike protrusions form in the large intestine that become i…
Proton pump inhibitor that suppresses production of gastric a…
Anticholinergic... Used to relax smooth muscle and dry secretio…
Biliary obstruction
Diverticular Disease
Saclike protrusions form in the large intestine that become i…
Omeprazole
Proton pump inhibitor that suppresses production of gastric a…
69 terms
NCLEX-GI
Pancreatitis
secretes glucagon (raises blood glucos…
secretes digestive enzymes
alcohol
Inflammation of the pancreas with associated escape of pancre…
Endocrine function of the pancreas
Exocrine function of the pancreas
Number one cause of pancreatitis
Pancreatitis
Inflammation of the pancreas with associated escape of pancre…
secretes glucagon (raises blood glucos…
Endocrine function of the pancreas
72 terms
GI NCLEX
Pancreatitis - Definition
2 Functions of the Pancreas
2 types of pancreatitis
Pancreatitis S&S
Autodigestion of the pancreas
1.) Endocrine - Insulin production... 2.) Exocrine - Digestive E…
1.) acute - alcohol & gallbladder disease... 2.) chronic - alcohol
-Pain. INCREASES with eating... -Abdominal distention, ascites... -…
Pancreatitis - Definition
Autodigestion of the pancreas
2 Functions of the Pancreas
1.) Endocrine - Insulin production... 2.) Exocrine - Digestive E…
44 terms
NCLEX GI
Ulcerative Colitis
Ulcerative Colitis Risk Factors
Ulcerative Colitis Indications
Ulcerative Colitis Diet/Treatment
Inflammatory condition of colon characterized by eroded areas…
Autoimmune, family hx, Jewish. 20-40 yo.
Indications include renal bleeding, blood, pus, mucous in sto…
Diet/Treatment includes: high protein, high calorie, low fat,…
Ulcerative Colitis
Inflammatory condition of colon characterized by eroded areas…
Ulcerative Colitis Risk Factors
Autoimmune, family hx, Jewish. 20-40 yo.
111 terms
NCLEX: GI
In the case of abdominal tenderness wh…
What should you have your patient do p…
What should you do for an abdominal as…
When is the liver considered enlarged?
1st inspect, 2nd auscultate, 3rd percuss, and 4th palpate
Empty their bladder and lie supine with pillow under knees.
Assess for any visible masses, bulging, or asymmetry, place t…
If the edge extends more than 3/4 inch below the right costal…
In the case of abdominal tenderness wh…
1st inspect, 2nd auscultate, 3rd percuss, and 4th palpate
What should you have your patient do p…
Empty their bladder and lie supine with pillow under knees.
75 terms
Upper GI NCLEX questions
The nurse explains to the patient with…
The nurse is teaching the patient and…
"Which of the following types of gastr…
Caffeinated beverages and smoking are…
Answer: D. The acidic contents of the stomach touching the in…
Peptic ulcers develop only in the presence of an acidic envir…
Answer: 3 - Erosive (hemorrhagic) gastritis can be... caused by…
Answer: B PUD risk factors include family history, blood grou…
The nurse explains to the patient with…
Answer: D. The acidic contents of the stomach touching the in…
The nurse is teaching the patient and…
Peptic ulcers develop only in the presence of an acidic envir…
20 terms
NCLEX - GI
Name 2 functions of the pancreas.
Cullen's Sign
Gray Turner's Sign
What digestive enzymes are increased i…
-- insulin... -- digestive enzymes
bruising around umbilicus
bruising around flank area
lipase + amylase
Name 2 functions of the pancreas.
-- insulin... -- digestive enzymes
Cullen's Sign
bruising around umbilicus
59 terms
NCLEX GI
functions of the pancreas:
what is the number one cause of pancre…
what happens in pancreatitis?
Pancreatitis S/S:
-makes insulin... -makes digestive enzymes
alcohol!
digestive enzymes can't get out --> so they activate and star…
-pain that increases with eating... -abdominal distention/ascite…
functions of the pancreas:
-makes insulin... -makes digestive enzymes
what is the number one cause of pancre…
alcohol!
133 terms
GI NCLEX Questions
Which of the following complications i…
Which of the following terms best desc…
Which of the following nursing interve…
Which of the following definitions bes…
A. A fecalith is a fecal calculus, or stone, that occludes th…
D. The pain begins in the epigastrium or periumbilical region…
D. The focus of care is to assess for peritonitis, or inflamm…
C. Gastritis is an inflammation of the gastric mucosa that ma…
Which of the following complications i…
A. A fecalith is a fecal calculus, or stone, that occludes th…
Which of the following terms best desc…
D. The pain begins in the epigastrium or periumbilical region…
51 terms
NCLEX GI
Stomas prevent odor/gas
Stomas (expectations and complications)
Stoma irrigation
Tonsillectomy
Drink cranberry juice and buttermilk, eat crackers/toast/yogu…
loose stool expected, wash with soap and water, bleeding comm…
Do same time every day after meal, never insert more than 4 i…
Bleeding AEB swallowing frequently - very bad!
Stomas prevent odor/gas
Drink cranberry juice and buttermilk, eat crackers/toast/yogu…
Stomas (expectations and complications)
loose stool expected, wash with soap and water, bleeding comm…
1,351 terms
GI NCLEX
1. Assist the client into the left-lat…
A client seeks medical attention after…
A 68-year-old male is being admitted t…
The nurse is teaching a group of middl…
A client with constipation is prescribed an irrigating enema.…
2. Making sure the client's bladder is empty before auscultat…
3. onto the bedpan.
4. alcohol abuse and smoking.
1. Assist the client into the left-lat…
A client with constipation is prescribed an irrigating enema.…
A client seeks medical attention after…
2. Making sure the client's bladder is empty before auscultat…
43 terms
NCLEX GI
gastric peptic ulcer sx-timing, relief
duodenal peptic ulcer sx-timing and re…
perforation sx
peptic ulcer diet mod
30min-1h after meals... not at night... relief from vomiting
2-3h after meals... night and early am... relief from eating
rupture-rigid board like abdomen
avoid: roughage, gas forming, spicy foods... caffeine, alcohol,…
gastric peptic ulcer sx-timing, relief
30min-1h after meals... not at night... relief from vomiting
duodenal peptic ulcer sx-timing and re…
2-3h after meals... night and early am... relief from eating
56 terms
NCLEX GI
Diverticular Disease
Omeprazole
Dicyclomine Hydrochloride
Gray "clay colored" poop
Saclike protrusions form in the large intestine that become i…
Proton pump inhibitor that suppresses production of gastric a…
Anticholinergic... Used to relax smooth muscle and dry secretio…
Biliary obstruction
Diverticular Disease
Saclike protrusions form in the large intestine that become i…
Omeprazole
Proton pump inhibitor that suppresses production of gastric a…
10 terms
NCLEX: GI
Diet for ulcerative colitis
Anti-constipation med good for regular…
Classic Symptom of Hiatal Hernia
Hiatal Hernia
Low residue, low fiber: cooked vegetables without skin
Psyllium mucilloid
Heartburn at night
Part of stomach pushes through the diaphragm muscle
Diet for ulcerative colitis
Low residue, low fiber: cooked vegetables without skin
Anti-constipation med good for regular…
Psyllium mucilloid
NCLEX: GI
functions of pancreas... (2)
acute vs chronic pancreatitis causes
pancreatitis ... S&S
collin's sign... turner's sign
insulin... digestive enzymes
acute: alcohol (#1) and gallbladder disease (#2)... chronic: al…
PAIN increases with eating... abdominal distention/ascited... RIGID…
c = bruising around umbilical... t = bruising around flank
functions of pancreas... (2)
insulin... digestive enzymes
acute vs chronic pancreatitis causes
acute: alcohol (#1) and gallbladder disease (#2)... chronic: al…
104 terms
NCLEX GI
Pancreatitis
The pancreas has two separate functions
Two types of pancreatitis
Pancreatitis Signs/Symptoms
Auto-digestion of the pancreas... Digestive enzymes need to be…
Endocrine - Insulin... Exocrine - Digestive Enzymes
Acute and Chronic... Acute - #1 cause is alcohol then gallbladd…
1. Pain INCREASES while eating. ... 2. Abdominal distension/asc…
Pancreatitis
Auto-digestion of the pancreas... Digestive enzymes need to be…
The pancreas has two separate functions
Endocrine - Insulin... Exocrine - Digestive Enzymes
56 terms
NCLEX GI
Diverticular Disease
Omeprazole
Dicyclomine Hydrochloride
Gray "clay colored" poop
Saclike protrusions form in the large intestine that become i…
Proton pump inhibitor that suppresses production of gastric a…
Anticholinergic... Used to relax smooth muscle and dry secretio…
Biliary obstruction
Diverticular Disease
Saclike protrusions form in the large intestine that become i…
Omeprazole
Proton pump inhibitor that suppresses production of gastric a…
1,351 terms
GI NCLEX
1. Assist the client into the left-lat…
A client seeks medical attention after…
A 68-year-old male is being admitted t…
The nurse is teaching a group of middl…
A client with constipation is prescribed an irrigating enema.…
2. Making sure the client's bladder is empty before auscultat…
3. onto the bedpan.
4. alcohol abuse and smoking.
1. Assist the client into the left-lat…
A client with constipation is prescribed an irrigating enema.…
A client seeks medical attention after…
2. Making sure the client's bladder is empty before auscultat…
1,351 terms
GI NCLEX
1. Assist the client into the left-lat…
A client seeks medical attention after…
A 68-year-old male is being admitted t…
The nurse is teaching a group of middl…
A client with constipation is prescribed an irrigating enema.…
2. Making sure the client's bladder is empty before auscultat…
3. onto the bedpan.
4. alcohol abuse and smoking.
1. Assist the client into the left-lat…
A client with constipation is prescribed an irrigating enema.…
A client seeks medical attention after…
2. Making sure the client's bladder is empty before auscultat…
36 terms
NCLEX: GI
Amylase
Lipase
AST
ALT
30-220
0-110
8-40
10-30
Amylase
30-220
Lipase
0-110
56 terms
NCLEX GI
Osmotic laxatives vs emollient laxatives
Gangrene
Electrolytes most often lost in diarrh…
Incarcerated hernia
- Osmotic laxative (bulk formers) = Rectal Bleeding and nause…
NECROSIS caused by critically insufficient blood supply
Na, K, bicarb
Hernia contents become trapped in the weak point of the abdom…
Osmotic laxatives vs emollient laxatives
- Osmotic laxative (bulk formers) = Rectal Bleeding and nause…
Gangrene
NECROSIS caused by critically insufficient blood supply
132 terms
GI NCLEX
A client with constipation is prescrib…
A client is recovering from a small-bo…
A client seeks medical attention after…
A 68-year-old male is being admitted t…
1. Assist the client into the left-lateral Sims' position., 2…
2. 15 to 30 minutes
2. Making sure the client's bladder is empty before auscultat…
3. onto the bedpan.
A client with constipation is prescrib…
1. Assist the client into the left-lateral Sims' position., 2…
A client is recovering from a small-bo…
2. 15 to 30 minutes
21 terms
GI NCLEX
Hepatic Coma... -Pathology?
Hepatic Coma... -S&S?
Hepatic Coma... -Treatment?
Ulcerative Colitis
When you eat protein, it transforms into ammonia and the live…
Minor mental changes and motor problems... Difficult to arouse... A…
Lactulose... Cleansing enemas... Decrease protein intake... Monitor se…
An ulcerative and inflammatory disease of the bowel resulting…
Hepatic Coma... -Pathology?
When you eat protein, it transforms into ammonia and the live…
Hepatic Coma... -S&S?
Minor mental changes and motor problems... Difficult to arouse... A…
31 terms
GI NCLEX
The nurse will teach clients that anta…
The nurse will monitor a client taking…
For a client with chronic renal failur…
What condition will the nurse monitor…
Neutralizes gastric acid
Constipation
Magnesium-containing antacids
Metabolic alkalosis
The nurse will teach clients that anta…
Neutralizes gastric acid
The nurse will monitor a client taking…
Constipation
164 terms
NCLEX: GI
Pancreatitis is ______ of the pancreas
The pancreas has 2 separate functions:…
What are the causes of acute and chron…
How do digestive enzymes made in pancr…
Autodigestion
Endocrine: make insulin ... Exocrine: make digestive enzymes
Acute: ALCOHOL, gallbladder disease ... Chronic: ALCOHOL
Enzymes go to small intestine, activate, and help digest food…
Pancreatitis is ______ of the pancreas
Autodigestion
The pancreas has 2 separate functions:…
Endocrine: make insulin ... Exocrine: make digestive enzymes
132 terms
GI NCLEX
A client with constipation is prescrib…
A client is recovering from a small-bo…
A client seeks medical attention after…
A 68-year-old male is being admitted t…
1. Assist the client into the left-lateral Sims' position., 2…
2. 15 to 30 minutes
2. Making sure the client's bladder is empty before auscultat…
3. onto the bedpan.
A client with constipation is prescrib…
1. Assist the client into the left-lateral Sims' position., 2…
A client is recovering from a small-bo…
2. 15 to 30 minutes
29 terms
NCLEX GI
Pancreatitis
Endocrine
Exocrine
May cause of pancreatitis
Auto digestion of the pancreas
Insulin
Digestion
Alcohol and gall bladder disease
Pancreatitis
Auto digestion of the pancreas
Endocrine
Insulin
36 terms
NCLEX: GI
Amylase
Lipase
AST
ALT
30-220
0-110
8-40
10-30
Amylase
30-220
Lipase
0-110
13 terms
nclex GI
a nurse is caring for a newly admitted…
A nurse is caring for a patient admitt…
The nurse educator is reviewing the bl…
A patient has come to the clinic compl…
Upper GI tract... Blood shed in sufficient quantities in the up…
Lipase... Amylase... Trypsin
Splenic vein... Inferior mesenteric vein... Gastric vein
quantitative fecal immunochemical test... Quantitative fecal im…
a nurse is caring for a newly admitted…
Upper GI tract... Blood shed in sufficient quantities in the up…
A nurse is caring for a patient admitt…
Lipase... Amylase... Trypsin
109 terms
NCLEX GI
what is pancreatitis?
what are the two separate functions of…
what are the two types of pancreatitis?
when do digestive enzymes become activ…
auto-digestion of the pancreas
endocrine - insulin... exocrine - digestive enzymes
acute... 1# cause = alcohol... 2# cause = gallbladder disease... chron…
they become activated in small intestine... digestive enzymes ne…
what is pancreatitis?
auto-digestion of the pancreas
what are the two separate functions of…
endocrine - insulin... exocrine - digestive enzymes
111 terms
NCLEX: GI
In the case of abdominal tenderness wh…
What should you have your patient do p…
What should you do for an abdominal as…
When is the liver considered enlarged?
1st inspect, 2nd auscultate, 3rd percuss, and 4th palpate
Empty their bladder and lie supine with pillow under knees.
Assess for any visible masses, bulging, or asymmetry, place t…
If the edge extends more than 3/4 inch below the right costal…
In the case of abdominal tenderness wh…
1st inspect, 2nd auscultate, 3rd percuss, and 4th palpate
What should you have your patient do p…
Empty their bladder and lie supine with pillow under knees.
35 terms
NCLEX GI
what are the two separate functions of…
what is the no. 1 cause of acute and c…
s/s of pancreatitis
Hgb/Hct can go either up or down durin…
endocrine - insulin ... exocrine- digestive enzymes
alcohol
pain... abdominal distention/ascites... rigid-board like abdomen... br…
up due to dehydration ... down due to bleeding
what are the two separate functions of…
endocrine - insulin ... exocrine- digestive enzymes
what is the no. 1 cause of acute and c…
alcohol
22 terms
RN NCLEX Hurst GI
Causes of pancreatitis
S/S of Pancreatitis
Cullen's
Gray Turner's Sign
Alcohol... Gallbladder disease / stones
Pain increases when eating... Abd. Mass; swollen pancreas... Cullen…
Bruising around umbilical area
Bruising around flank area.
Causes of pancreatitis
Alcohol... Gallbladder disease / stones
S/S of Pancreatitis
Pain increases when eating... Abd. Mass; swollen pancreas... Cullen…
221 terms
GI, Digestive, and Metabolic NCLEX
A client with dysphagia is being prepa…
When a central venous catheter dressin…
Which of the following represents the…
A client receives a local anesthetic t…
A) The client is free from esophagitis and achalasia. ... Dyspha…
B) Remove dressing, clean the site, and apply a new dressing.…
C) Omeprazole ... Omeprazole decreases gastric acid by slowing t…
B) The client should not be given any food and fluids until t…
A client with dysphagia is being prepa…
A) The client is free from esophagitis and achalasia. ... Dyspha…
When a central venous catheter dressin…
B) Remove dressing, clean the site, and apply a new dressing.…
20 terms
GI System Medications for NCLEX
Aluminum hydroxide
Magnesium hydroxide
Sodium bicarbonate
Omeprazole
ANTACID... -Neutralize gastric acid and inactivate pepsin... -treat…
ANTACID/ STOOL SOFTENER... -Neutralize gastric acid and inactiva…
ANTACID... -Neutralize gastric acid and inactivate pepsin... -treat…
ANTISECRETOY/BLOCKING AGENT... -prevent or block selected recept…
Aluminum hydroxide
ANTACID... -Neutralize gastric acid and inactivate pepsin... -treat…
Magnesium hydroxide
ANTACID/ STOOL SOFTENER... -Neutralize gastric acid and inactiva…
10 terms
GI NCLEX STYLE QUESTIONS
The nurse is caring for a patient with…
The nurse is caring for a patient diag…
The nurse is caring for a patient with…
The nurse is caring for a patient with…
A, D, E
A, B, C, D
C, D, E
C
The nurse is caring for a patient with…
A, D, E
The nurse is caring for a patient diag…
A, B, C, D
75 terms
Upper GI NCLEX questions
The nurse explains to the patient with…
The nurse is teaching the patient and…
"Which of the following types of gastr…
Caffeinated beverages and smoking are…
Answer: D. The acidic contents of the stomach touching the in…
Peptic ulcers develop only in the presence of an acidic envir…
Answer: 3 - Erosive (hemorrhagic) gastritis can be... caused by…
Answer: B PUD risk factors include family history, blood grou…
The nurse explains to the patient with…
Answer: D. The acidic contents of the stomach touching the in…
The nurse is teaching the patient and…
Peptic ulcers develop only in the presence of an acidic envir…
75 terms
Upper GI NCLEX questions
The nurse explains to the patient with…
The nurse is teaching the patient and…
"Which of the following types of gastr…
Caffeinated beverages and smoking are…
Answer: D. The acidic contents of the stomach touching the in…
Peptic ulcers develop only in the presence of an acidic envir…
Answer: 3 - Erosive (hemorrhagic) gastritis can be... caused by…
Answer: B PUD risk factors include family history, blood grou…
The nurse explains to the patient with…
Answer: D. The acidic contents of the stomach touching the in…
The nurse is teaching the patient and…
Peptic ulcers develop only in the presence of an acidic envir…
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