ch3 - these enzymes. 8. Describe the causes, symptoms and...

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Chapter 3: The Human Body: Are We Really What We Eat? Student Learning Outcomes Completion of this lesson should enable the student to 1. distinguish between appetite and hunger, describing the mechanisms that stimulate each. 2. Describe what is meant by the saying, “We are what we eat.” 3. Identify tow functions of the plasma membrane. 4. Identify the gastrointestinal tract including all major and accessory organs and the sphincters that indicate the major divisions along the GI tract. 5. Describe the contribution of each organ of the gastrointestinal system to the digestion, absorption and elimination of food. 6. Outline the cardiac cycle with attention to nutrient transport. 7. Identify some of the enzymes involved in digesting food and the source of
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Unformatted text preview: these enzymes. 8. Describe the causes, symptoms and treatments of selected gastrointestinal disorders from the nurses perspective (see Powerpoint presentation for chapter 3). 9. Distinguish between the alternate feeding routes. Key Terms Appetite Enteric Nervous System Nausea Hunger Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Vomiting Hypothalamus Hiatal Hernia Dysphagia Hormone Peptic Ulcer Hepatic Sphincter Helicobacter pylori Pancreatitis Cephalic Phase Food Allergy Cholecystitis Enzymes Food Intolerance Anorexia Peristalsis Celiac Disease Constipation Denature Irritable Bowel Syndrome Diarrhea Chyme Lacteal Brush Border Cholelythiasis...
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