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Compare and contrast the following GI conditions, and identify whether it is an upper or lower GI co

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Compare and contrast the following GI conditions, and identify whether it is an upper or lower GI condition:

 

Condition Pathophysiology Manifestations Complications Medications Treatments

Peptic Ulcer disease (PUD)

 

(Upper/Lower)

 

 

       

 

 

Appendicitis

 

(Upper/Lower)

 

         

 

 

 

Who is responsible for having the surgical consent form signed?

 

 

When and what should the client be taught about their surgical procedure and the care they will need before and after surgery?

 

 

Medications are frequently administered in the preoperative phase. Below are some of the more frequently administered categories of preoperative medications.  For each category, list an example. Then, complete the chart.

Drug category and examples

 

Mechanism of action Side effects Nursing considerations

Anticholinergics

Ex. 

     

Antiemetics

Ex. 

     

Tranquilizers

Ex.

     

Sedatives

Ex.

     

Opioids

Ex. 

     

 

Discuss the nursing management related to prevention of intraoperative complications.

 

Which assessments are needed to prevent postoperative complications?

 

SCIENCE
HEALTH SCIENCE
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