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Exam 3


Which vitamin should you be concerned about when dealing with gastritis? B12, pernicious anemia
Why is there a concern for lack of B12 RT gastirits? Diminished production of intrinsic factor
Symptoms of Acute Gastritis Rapid onset - Abd, discomfort - Anorexia - Headache - Fatigue - N&V - Bloody Stools (erosive) - Hiccupping
Symptoms of Chronic Gastritis Belching Sourt Taste N&V Heartburn after eating Anorexia Intolerance to spicy foods Pain relieved by eating
Nonerosive gastritis is caused by H. pylori
Erosive gastritis is caused by Long term use of NSAIDS, alcohol abuse, recent radiation
Chronic gastritis can lead to peptic ulcers, cancer, lymphoma
As a nurse you should assess what levels to detect gastritis HCL levels
Created by: mamajaan18