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PEPTIC ULCER DISEASE NRS452 Norhaini Majid
Introduction PUD ,a break in a mucous lining of GI tractDuodenal - most common, age Gastric Ulcer – affect older age
Risk Factors H.pylori infection – how? Use of NSAIDs Cigarette smokingFamily history of PUD Other possible risks – physiological stress, alcohol /caffeine consumption
Pathophysiology Normal gastric mucosa Disruption of mucosal barrierInflammatory process Erosion and ulcer formation Refer page , Med/Surg Nsg
Manifestation of PUD Classic symptom? Typically described as …….Occurs Stomach 3 – 4 hours after meal midnight
Manifestation of PUD (cont…)Heartburn Vomit Older adult Chest pain Dysphagia Weight loss Anemia
Manifestation of PUD complicationsHemorrhage Obstruction Perforation
Hemorrhage Occult blood in stool Hematemesis FatigueWeakness, dizziness Orthostatic hypotension Hypovolemic shock
Obstruction Sensations of epigastric fullness Nausea & vomitingElectrolyte imbalances Metabolic alkalosis
Perforation Severe upper abdominal pain – shoulderRigid, boardlike abdomen Absence of bowel sounds Diaphoresis Tachycardia Rapid, shallow respiration Fever
Zollinger-Ellison SyndromePUD cause by gastrinoma or gastrin-secreting tumor (pancreas, stomach, or intestine Gastrin ? Affect stomach, duodenum, esophagus and jejunum
Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome CharacteristicUlcer-like pain Diarrhea Steatorrhea
Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome ComplicationPerforation Bleeding Fluid & electrolyte imbalances
Diagnostic Tests Barium Swallow Gastroscopy Biopsy Serologic testUrea breath test Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome Gastric Analysis
Medications Combination therapyTwo antibiotics + proton pump inhibitors (e.g omeperazole, metronidazole and clarithromycin)
Treatments Dietary mx Surgery Rx of complications
Treatment of Peptic Ulcer DiseaseGoals of Treatment Relieve pain Prevent complications (bleeding, perforation, penetration, obstruction) Minimize recurrences Reduce financial costs
Nursing Care? Student ActivityIdentify nursing problem and solve it using nursing process approach Discuss
Management of Patients With Gastric and Duodenal Disorders
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