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  1. PUD
  2. hemorrhoids
  3. c
  4. crohn’s disease
  5. to rest the bowels
  6. c
  7. peptic ulcer disease
  8. gastric ulcer
  9. gastric ulcer
  10. to prevent aspiration, prior to the return of the gag reflex
  11. hemorrhage
  12. b
  13. b
  14. c
  15. UTI
  16. ulcerative colitis
  17. Sulfasalazine, 1 year
  18. Total proctocolectomy with permanent ileostomy
  19. ulcerative colitis
  20. yes
  21. False, the stool will now be liquid
  22. decreases!  (Can’t eat, can’t spit, can’t pee, can’t shit)
  23. morphine, Demerol
  24. total proctocolectomy with continent ileostomy
  25. 40% failure rate
  26. b
  27. short-gut syndrome
  28. inability to absorb nutrients, etc, properly
  29. will end up on TPN for life
  30. Elemental, formula containing all essential nutrients in pre-digested form
  31. duodenal ulcer
  32. PAIN
  33. left upper epigastric region, felt 1-2 hrs after meals
  34. right upper epigastric region, felt 2-4 hrs after meals and often during the night
  35. duodenal
  36. antacids
  37. true
  38. false
  39. proton pump inhibitors
  40. GERD, duodenal ulcers
  41. Carafate & Cytotec
  42. Carafate
  43. False, on empty stomach!
  44. True
  45. c
  46. Histamine 2 receptor antagonists, PUD, at bedtime is best
  47. amoxicillin
  48. Flagyl
  49. d
  50. false, they are both found internally & externally
  51. true
  52. pyelonephritis
  53. cystitis
  54. false-in the COLON.
  55. a
  56. it’s an auto-immune reaction
  57. b
  58. sigmoidoscopy
  59. double-contrast barium enema
  60. must make sure all the dye contrast is excreted, or could harden & cause bowel obstruction
  61. toxic megacolon
  62. hypervitaminosis
  63. clubbing of fingers
  64. c
  65. Immunosuppressive
  66. c
  67. duodenal
  68. Cytotec
  69. d
  70. high fiber/high bulk, no nuts or seeds
  71. too bad…70 is all you get!

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