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GI NCLEX QUESTIONS

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1) Because the small intestine needs bile only a few times a day, bile is stored and concentrated in the... Gall Bladder
2) Although food is digested throughout the alimentary canal, up to 90% of digestion is accomplished in the... Small Intestine
3) The exit from the stomach is called the... Pyloric Sphincter
4) The intrinsic factor is a gastric secretion necessary for the intestinal absorption of vitamin... B12
5) Which organ manufactures protease, lipase, and amylase? Pancreas
6) Paralytic (adynamic) ileus is a functional intestinal obstruction that may result from... Electrolyte imbalance, postabdominal Sx, or acute inflammatory reactions.
7) To prepare the patient for endoscopic examination of the upper GI tract, the patient's pharynx is anesthetized with lidocaine (Xylocaine). Nursing interventionsfor postendoscopic examination include... Keeping the patient NPO until the gag reflex returns.
8) Which drugs are most commonly used in patients with peptic ulcers to decrease acid secretions? Tagamet and Zantac
9) A p/t is scheduled in the morning for a hemicolecectomy for removal of a cancerous tumorof the ascending colon. The physician has ordered intestinal antibiotics for her preoperatively to... Reduce the bacteria content of the colon.
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