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Enternal and Parenteral NutritionMedical-Surgical Nursing-7th edition

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What effect does tube feeding have on gastric ph?
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Results in gastric alkalinization (pH over 3.5) which increases risk of infection.
How does endogenous contamination of enteral feedings occur?
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Retrograde process, aspirating gastric contents, removing the guide wire, and blue food dye.
_______ nutrition can result in gastric stimulation which causes the gut to stimulate the release of pancreatic enzymes.
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Enteral (triggered by tube migration)
_______ nutrition can cause bacterial translocation from the gut, leading to infection.
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Parenteral
What are common complications associated with parenteral nutrition?
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Sepsis, infection, and hyperglycemia.
Immediately prior to administration of an enteral feeding, what can be done to decrease the risk of contamination?
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Disinfect the ports with 70% isopropyl alcohol before and after.
What are the ACG's recommendation regarding when to use parenteral nutrition?
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When enteral nutrition isn't tolerated.
ACG guidelines recommend _______ nutrition as the 1st route of nutritional support when warranted for acute pancreatitis.
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enteral
Patients with malnutrition and severe acute pancreatitis should have enteral nutrition within _______ of admission.
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48 hours
Patients given _______ nutrition require fewer days of nutritional support and progress to an oral diet more rapidly.
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Enteral
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What 3 basic interventions promote appetite?
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Environment free of odors, maintain oral hygiene, and maintain comfort.
Client's who are NPO on IV fluids for _______ are at risk for nutritional deficiencies.
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4-7 days
Insulin, glucocorticoids and thyroid hormones impact _______; this impacts nutritional needs.
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metabolism
Food borne illness contracted from soft cheese, hot dogs, pate, lunchmeats, poultry, and seafood. Can cause pneumonia, endocarditis, and meningitis...
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Listeriosis
Food borne disease contracted from undercooked meat. Can cause renal failure...
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E. coli
Food borne disease contracted from improperly home canned foods, smoked and salted fish, ham, sausage and shellfish. Can cause death within 24 hours...
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Botulism (C. botulinum)
Periactin, Megace and Marinol are all meds that...
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stimulate appetite
For a client that has had oral surgery, what are the priorities related to nutrition?
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Comfort and pain control.
What is the priority related to nutrition for the post-operative patient?
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Resumption of bowel function.
What is the priority of care with respect to nutrition for the perioperative patient?
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Provide optimal preoperative support in clients with malnutrition.
A client on aspiration precautions should remain upright for _______ after eating.
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30 minutes
  
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