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Disorders of Elimination, Appendicitis, & PeritonitisThe following are management of patients with appendicitis, except:
This type of constipation is associated with inherent disorders of the function of thecolon and is characterized by infrequent bowel movements.
What is the recommended amount of fiber to be consumed in a day to preventconstipation?
This type of diarrhea is characterized as high-volume diarrhea due to increasedproduction and secretion of water and electrolytes into the intestinal lumen as a resultof bacterial toxins
The following are complications of a ruptured or perforated appendix:
The following are causes of constipation, except:
Most characteristic/significant manifestation of peritonitis:
The following are management for diarrhea, except:
The following drugs may cause constipation, except:
The electrolyte panel of a patient shows a serum potassium of 3.3 mmol/L. As thenurse in charge, you should alert the attending physician because the patient is at riskfor:
A patient comes in complaining of diarrhea lasting for 2-4 weeks. How do you classifythis diarrhea?
The following occurs as a response to rectal distention
Most common cause of appendicitis
The following are components of the Alvarado Score/MANTRELS Scoring forAppendicitis, except:
Sign of appendicitis: Pain in the RLQ upon hip extension

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