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Enternal and Parenteral NutritionMedical-Surgical Nursing-7th edition

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If enteral feedings are conducted, a gastric residual of _______ is an indication of delayed gastric emptying.
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200 mL
Prior to administering enteral feedings you should always _______.
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verify tube placement; *aspirate gastric or intestinal (jejunostomy) secretions and check pH.
Why are bowel sounds auscultated prior to enteral feedings?
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Absent bowel sounds indicate decreased ability of GI tract to digest or absorb nutrients.
In _______ the provider of care receives a predetermined capitated payment regardless of the services a client uses.
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managed care
What are some causes of hypernatremia?
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Increased sodium intake, wrong IV solution (hypertonic), CHF, water deficit, and dehydration.
What are some causes of Hyperkalemia?
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Renal failure, fluid volume deficit, burns/trauma, IV potassium, adrenal insufficiency, acidosis (ketoacidosis), and K+ sparing diuretics. *Anything that prevents urine from getting out.
What are some causes of Hypokalemia?
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Diuretics, diarrhea/vomiting, alkalosis, excess aldosterone, polyuria, diaphoresis, and treatment of diabetic ketoacidosis with insulin.
Dicyclomine is used for people with...
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IBS
Silent aspiration occurs without a cough and occurs in clients with _______ problems.
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neurological (increased risk for stroke victims)
What does a registered dietician dysphagia screening tool include?
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Medical record review. Observation of client during meals for changes in voice quality, posture, head control, drooling, coughing, facial or tongue weakness, and difficulty with secretions, pocketing.
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What are the complications of dysphagia?
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Aspiration pneumonia, dehydration, decreased nutritional status, and weight loss.
Lower esophageal rings, candidiasis, head and neck cancer, trauma/surgical resection and cervical spondylosis are examples of _______ causes of dysphagia...
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obstructive
Central or Peripheral PN? Tonicity of 1600 mOsm/L, small fluid volumes, and long-term.
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Central
Diet: Cirrhosis and Gastric Bypass
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Cirrhosis = increased calories and increase carbs; Bypass = decrease carbs
Amylase: normal = _______ Lipase: normal = _______
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Amylase: 0-130; Lipase = 0-160
What lab values would you expect to see in someone who has been vomiting?
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Increased pH, decreased K+, decreased Na+, and increased hematocrit.
After a gastroduodenoscopy, vitals should be checked every _______ for signs of perforation.
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15-30 minutes
What should be done before/after liver biopsy?
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Check coagulation before, position on the right side after, and monitor for internal bleeding.
Monitor for LUQ pain and n/v after what test?
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ERCP
No smoking before what test(s)?
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Barium swallow
Leukine or Prokine (sargramostim) stimulate growth of...
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GM - CSF; granulocyte - monocyte; monocytes and neutrophils
  
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