Stomach pain is often a late symptom.
Surgery is often a successful treatment.
Chemotherapy and radiation are often successful treatments.
The patient can survive for an extended time with TPN.
Upper GI tract.
Controlling the bleeding source.
Treating shock and diagnosing the bleeding source.
Encouraging oral fluid intake.
Monitoring central venous pressure.
Monitoring laboratory test results and vital signs.
Giving blood. electrolyte and fluid replacement.
Determine what the patient already knows about colostomies.
Show the patient some pictures of colostomies.
Arrange for someone who has a colostomy to visit the patient.
Provide the patient with written material about colostomy care.
Meats and beans.
Butter and gravies.
Potatoes and pastas.
Cakes and pastries.
Notify the doctor immediately.
Stop the feeding. and clamp the NG tube.
Discard the 220ml. and clamp the NG tube.
Give a prescribed GI stimulant such as metoclopramide (Reglan).