GI

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GI
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2011-10-05 00:15:39
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  1. H pylori ulcers usually last up to
    • 10-14 days
    • Treated with antibiotics: amoxicillin, flagyl
    • Proton pump inhibitors: prevacid
    • Bismuth salts: Carafate
  2. Non H pylori ulcers are traeted with
    • Histamine 2 receptor agonists
    • Zantac, pepcid, tagamet
    • PPI
    • Carafate
  3. Zollinger syndrome is treated with
    • High dose H2 receptor agonists
    • Sandostatin (suppresses gastrin levels)
  4. No lavages if perforation!
  5. These are symptoms of what?
    Sudden severe pain in rt shoulder
    Vomiting
    Syncope
    Rigid abdomen
    Shock
    • Gastric perforation
    • Penetration can results-organs affected
    • Back and epigastric pain unrelieved by analgesics
  6. If _____ mL is suctioned out of NGT call surgeon.
    400 mL
  7. Anything greater than D10 must use
    Central access
  8. urinary incontinence caused by delirium, stool impation, or psych
    transient incontinence
  9. Normal ca values
    8.5-10

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