The nursing profession should be respected and held high as without the nurses, the doctors cannot comfortably do their job. The Nle practice quiz below is on different functions and nursing procedures. Find out more below.
Stimulates increased gastric motility.
Decreases gastric motiiity, thereby preventing the movement of HCl out of the stomach.
Stimulates both increased gastric secretion and gastric motiiity.
Stimulates decreased gastric secretion, thereby increasing nausea and vomiting.
Insertion of a nasogastric tube on the morning of surgery.
Administration of Vallum 4 mg with 4 oz water 1 hour before surgery.
Detailed description of the possible complications that could happen postoperatively
Instructions to avoid taking pain medication too frequently in the first 2 postoperative days to avoid drug dependency.
Thrombophlebitis from decreased mobility.
Abdominal distention due to air swallowing
Atelectasis due to shallow breathing
Urinary retention due to prolonged use of antichoiinergic medications.
It after 6 hours
It continued for a period greater than 12 hours.
ft turned greenish yeiiow in less than 24 hours.
It was dark red in the immediate postoperative period.
Nasogastric tubes should be irrigated with sterile water.
Client should be in sitting position with head slightly flexed for tube Insertion
When resistance is met while irrigating a nasogastric tube, pressure should be increased to complete that irrigation, and the physician should be notified at the completion.
Ice chips- can be taken as often as desired to promote comfort in the throat.
Regularly brushing teeth and tongue with soft brush.
Sucking on ice chips to relieve dryness.
Occasionally rinsing mouth with a nonastringent substance and massaging gums.
Application of lemon juice and glycerine swabs to the lips.
Standardly on the fourth postoperative day.
When bowel sounds are established and the client has passed flatus or Stool
Thirty-six hours after the cessation of bloody drainage.
After 2 days of alternate clamping and unclamping of the tube.
The extrinsic factor is produced In the stomach.
The extrinsic factor is absorbed in the antral portion of the stomach.
The intrinsic factor Is produced in the stomach.
Decreased hydrochloric acid production Inhibits vitamin B12 reabsorption.
The day after surgery
Three to four days after surgery
After 4 days bedrest
Immediately upon awakening .
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