Management of Patients with Gastric and Duodenal Disorders Quiz

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Management of Patients with Gastric and Duodenal Disorders Quiz

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1. A characteristic associated with peptic ulcer pain is a:

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2. A Billroth I procedure is a surgical approach to ulcer management whereby:

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3. The best time to administer an antacid is:

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4. A frequently prescribed proton pump inhibitor of gastric acid is:

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5. Nursing interventions associated with peptic ulcers include:

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6. The percentage of patients with peptic ulcers who experience bleeding is:

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7. If peptic ulcer hemorrhage was suspected, an immediate nursing action would be to:

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8. A symptom that distinguishes a chronic gastric ulcer from a chronic duodenal ulcer is the:

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9. Pyloric (gastric outlet) obstruction can occur when the area distal to the pyloric sphincter becomes stenosed by:

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10. The most common complication of peptic ulcer disease that occurs in 10% to 20% of patients is:

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11. The most common site for peptic ulcer formation is the:

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12. Peptic ulcers occur with the most frequency in those between the ages of:

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13. The average weight loss after bariatric surgery is about what percent of previous body weight?

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14. Teaching points to help a patient with total gastric resection avoid the dumping syndrome include all of the following except:

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15. Morbid obesity is a term applied to people who are more than:

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16. Acute gastritis is often caused by:

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17. To promote fluid balance when treating gastritis, the nurse knows that the minimal daily intake of fluids should be:

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18. Pulmonary complications frequently follow upper abdominal incisions, because:

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19. Symptoms associated with pyloric obstruction include all of the following except:

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