12 - Exam 2 Review - WJD 2011 _Compatibility Mode_

12 - Exam 2 Review - WJD 2011 _Compatibility Mode_ - Exam 2...

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Exam 2 Review
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Office Hours for Exam • Monday, March 14 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
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Exam Time and Location Tuesday, March 15th Usual Classroom
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Format of the Exam 50 multiple choice questions
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Guidelines and Procedures Non-programmable calculators only nter at 8:10 and fill in the seats with exams Enter at 8:10 and fill in the seats with exams Be sure to fill in the bubble for exam A or B If you have questions, wait until the end, ask your questions and sit in the front When finished hand in both bubble sheet and the exam and show ID
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Topics on exam 2 GI physiology nteral nutrition Enteral nutrition • Parenteral nutrition
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Role of the Stomach Stores food lcohol and short- nd medium- Alcohol and short and medium chain triglycerides astric lipase and pepsinogens Gastric lipase and pepsinogens • HCl - denatures proteins, activates epsin, destroys bacteria pepsin, destroys bacteria • Intrinsic factor
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Treatment of GERD Dietary intervention • Lose weight if overweight • Avoid smoking • Avoid food intake within 3 hours of bedtime, raise head of bed • Avoid frequent bending over • Medication
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Dietary Treatment Lose weight • Limit foods that decrease LES pressure • Limit foods that irritate the mucosa • Limit foods that increase gastric acid secretion and delay gastric emptying
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Duodenal Secretions •Chyme ile Bile • Pancreatic enzymes icarbonate Bicarbonate
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ffect of Fiber on the GI Tract Effect of Fiber on the GI Tract Dietary fiber absorbs water soft, bulky stool • Functional, viscous fiber forms soft gel: decreases transit time, inhibits absorption of glucose and cholesterol • Fiber treats constipation and diarrhea • Fiber increases stool volume; contraindicated when bowel rest needed
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Indications for Tube Feeding Functional GI tract • Unable to eat enough to maintain/restore utrient balance nutrient balance
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2011 for the course HUN 4445 taught by Professor Sitren during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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