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midlands tech nursing 265

Most common type of hiatal hernia sliding type 90%
Common causes of sliding hiatal hernia aging, congenital causes, obesity
Clinical Manifestations of Hiatal Hernia Regurgitation, Chest Pain, Dysphagia and Heartburn -most common symptom
What is the golden standard for hiatal hernia? esophageal manometry
Diagnostic Tests for hiatal hernia? Upper GI or barium swallow or all 24 hour pH monitoring or esophageal manometry
Diet for hiatal hernia? high protein and low fat
What are the Motility drugs that increase lower esophageal sphincter tone? Urecholine or Reglan
What drugs block formation of gastric acid for hiatal hernia? Prilosec and Prevacid
What is the most common hiatal hernia surgical procedure? Nissen procedure
How long should a patient be on a antireflux medication after laparoscopic nissen procedure? at least a month
Peptic ulcer disease risk factors are fifty and older, medications, h. pylori (most common), genetic predisposition and ulcers
What are the histamine receptor antagonists that are used for Peptic ulcers? Tagamet, zantac, pepcid, axid
What are the antacids used for peptic ulcers? Riopan, Mylanta, Maalox, Tum
What will happen to a patient if the use a antacid that has to much magnesium diarrhea
What will happen to a patient if the use a antacid that has to much aluminum cause constipation
what medication can be used to coat a peptic ulcer? Carafate (Sucrafate)
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