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26.a nurse is instructing a patient how to administer cyclic feeding's at home what shouldthe nurse include in the teaching
27.what are appropriate nursing interventions for a patient receiving enteral feedings withmalnutrition
28.which of the following are appropriate interventions for a patient receiving intermittententeral feedings
29. What would be included in the plan of care for a patient with PPN
30.which of the following is an appropriate statement for education on fat added to TPNa.concentration of lipid emulsion can be up to 30%b.Fat added gives milky appearancec.check for allergies to soybean oild.lipid added prevents essential fatty acid deficiency
31.appropriate statements for Education about medication compatibility with TPN
32.a nurse notices a layer of fat floating in an IV bag what should the nurse do
33.a nurse is caring for a patient receiving TPN but the next back for administration is notavailable at this time what should the nurse do
34. A nurse is teaching a patient about aluminum hydroxide what should the RN include inthe teaching
35.a nurse is teaching a patient about omeprazole what should the nurse include in theteaching
MEDSPPIsOmeprazoleEsomeprazoleAction: Antiulcer; Blocks basal and stimulated acid production and reducesgastric acid secretion by irreversibly inhibiting enzyme that produces gastrictherapeutic use: short-term therapy of gastric and duodenal ulcers, erosiveesophagitis, and GERDTreatment is limited to 4-8 weekslong-term therapy of hypersecretory conditionsprevention of stress ulcers for at-risk patientsComplicationspneumonia, osteoporosis fractures, rebound acid hypersecretion,hypomagnesemia (S&S: Tremors, muscle cramps, seizures), c-diffNursing Administrationdo not Crush, chew, or break open and sprinkle capsule on foodtake omeprazole once a day prior to eating in the morningInteract with commonly prescribed medications such as diuretics andclopidogrelMucosal protectant (anti ulcer agent)SucralfateAction: acidic environment of stomach and duodenum changes sucralfate intoprotective barrier that adheres to ulcerprotects ulcer from further injurytherapeutic uses:treatment of acute duodenal ulcers and maintenance therapyneutralize and reduce acidity of gastric acidComplications: no systemic effect because it is minimally absorbed and mostlyeliminated in poopAdministrationtake 4x/ day 1 hour BEFORE each meal and again at bedtimeIf needed you can break or dissolve in water but do not crush or chewAntacidsMaaloxTUMSMylantaAluminum hydroxide, magnesium, hydroxide, and simethicone (Maalox)Action: neutralizes or reduces activity of gastric acid; can reduce pepsin activitymucosal protection can occur from stimulation of production ofprostaglandinstherapeutic uses: treatment of PUD, prevention of stress induced ulcers, GERD

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