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Gastrointestinal System

Training Manual - Gastrointestinal System (144 Pages)

Lesson 1 - Anatomy and Physiology of the Digestive System

Section I. Anatomy of the Digestive System
Mouth - Primary Organ
Pharynx (Throat) - Primary Organ
Esophagus - Primary Organ
Stomach - Primary Organ
Small Intestine - Primary Organ
Large Intestine - Primary Organ
Salivary Glands - Accessory Organs
Liver - Accessory Organ
Gallbladder - Accessory Organ
Pancreas - Accessory Organ
Appendix - Accessory Structure

Section II. Functions and Stages of the Digestive Process
Mechanical and Chemical Digestion
Absorption
Elimination
Closing
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 2 - Physical Assessment of the Digestive System

Assemble a Patient History
Examine the Patient
Laboratory and Other Studies
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 3 - Diseases and Disorders of the Gastrointestinal System

Section I. Diseases/Disorders of the Upper Gastrointestinal System
Common Diseases and Disorders of the Mouth
Diseases and Disorders of the Esophagus
Diseases and Disorders of the Stomach

Section II. Hernias
Types of Hernia
Hiatus Hernia (Upper GI System)
Abdominal Hernia (Lower GI System)
Inguinal Hernia (Lower GI System)
Prevention of Hernias

Section III. Diseases/Disorders of the Lower Gastrointestinal
Diarrhea
Constipation
Appendicitis
Diverticulosis
Hemorrhoids
Anal Fissure
Anorectal Infection
Pilonidal Fistula
Pruritus Ani

Section IV. Diseases/Disorders of the Accessory Organs
The Accessory Organs
Liver Disorders
Gallbladder Diseases and Disorders
Closing
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 4 - Ingested Poisons

Categories of Poisoning
General Principles of Poisonings
Patient History
Therapeutic Procedures for Removal of Poisons
Chemical Poisoning
Poisoning Caused by Vegetation
Poisoning Caused by Food
Poison Control Centers and References
Closing
Exercises
Solutions


Lesson 5 - Nasogastric Intubation

Section I. Preliminary Steps
Indications/Contraindications to Use Nasogastric Intubation
Complications Due to Use of Nasogastric Intubation
Types of Nasogastric Tubes

Section II. Procedure for Inserting the Nasogastric Tube
Check the Doctor's Order
Gather the Equipment
Explain the Procedure to the Patient
Position the Patient
Wash Your Hands
Prepare the Tape and Tubing
Measure the Tube Prior to Insertion
Lubricate the Tube with Water-soluble Lubricant
Tell the Patient to Drink Water
Insert the Tube
Check Tube Placement
Tape the Tube to the Patient's Nose
Provide for the Patient's Comfort
Report and Record the Procedure
Provide Hygiene Care

Section III. Procedure for Removing the Nasogastric Tube
Peel Off the Tape from the Nose and Nostril
Remove the Nasogastric Tube
Exercises
Solutions


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