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NUR100 NutritionalDZ

nutritional disorders

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nutritional disorders can occur in all ages, cultures, ethnic groups and socioeconomic classes; such as obesity, malnutrition and eating disorders
obesity abnormal increase in the proportion of fat cells, most common nutritional problem, bariatric is rapidly growing
treatment of obesity medications; appetite suppressants, lipase inhibitor. exercise programs, dietary therapy, behavior modifications, surgery
weight loss surgery adjustable gastric banding, gastric bypass, biliopancreatic bypass with duodenal switch, gastric sleeve
nursing diagnosis for obesity imbalanced nutrition, activity intolerance, ineffective therapeutic regimen, management, chronic low self-esteem
malnutrition protein calorie malnutrition; poor eating habits or malabsorption problem. starvation process; body uses the glucose in the blood, starts to used protein, 5-9 days start to used fat stores, once all used up 4-6 weeks, organ depletion
anorexia nervosa self imposed weight loss, endocrine sysfunction, distorted psychopathologic attitude toward weight and eating, self-starvation
bulimia nervosa frequent binge eating, self induced vomiting, body image concern
(GERD)gastroesophageal reflux disease inappropriate relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter, irritation from the refluxed material, delayed gastric emptying, abnormal esophageal clearance
hiatal hernia protrusion of the stomach through the esophageal hiatus of the diaphragm into the thorax
sliding hernia heartburn, regurgitation, chest pain, dysphagia, belching, fullness
rolling hernia feeling of fullness after eating, breathlessness after eating, feeling of suffocation, chest pain that mimics angina, worsening of maifestations in a recumbent position
Created by: katpeterson