FMA2 N204-Part 1 (1-3) - RUTHIE TUPAS GROUP I FMA#2 I...

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RUTHIE TUPAS GROUP I N204 – ADVANCE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY FMA #2 I. Describe the common terms used in identifying the signs and symptoms of gastrointestinal dysfunctions
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GIT dysfunctions Definition Disorders accompanied by specific GIT dysfunctions and trace the pathophysiology Clinical Manifestations Nursing diagnosis Rationale for the chosen diagnosis 1 .Anorexia or loss of appetite Lack of appetite for food (Blackwell, 1994) Loss of appetite especially when of appetite com) disorder markedly reduced appetite or total aversion to food. ( 1. Acute Gastritis Causes : Excessive alcohol, aspirin or caffeine ingestion Frequent Smoking Severely stressful condition (e.g. trauma, burns, chemotherapy etc.) 2. Enteritis Causes : Ingestion of contaminated food, e.g. by staphylococci Viruses, bacteria, parasites Allergic reactions 1. Acute Gastritis Anorexia, mild epigastric pain, nausea and vomiting and hematemesis (blood in the vomitus).
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This note was uploaded on 12/10/2011 for the course ACCT Accountanc taught by Professor Jenkins during the Spring '11 term at Sacread Heart University.

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FMA2 N204-Part 1 (1-3) - RUTHIE TUPAS GROUP I FMA#2 I...

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