Chapter 37 Gastric & Duodenal Disorders

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Chapter 37  Gastric & Duodenal Disorders

 

 

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Sample Questions

 

1.
The patient has been diagnosed with a peptic ulcer. The patient asks the nurse, “What is a peptic ulcer?” Which of the following best describes a peptic ulcer?
A)
Inflammation of the lining of the stomach
B)
Erosion of the lining of the stomach or intestine
C)
Bleeding from the mucosa in the stomach
D)
Bacterial invasion of the stomach wall

2.
The nurse asks the patient with a peptic ulcer to describe his pain. A patient with a peptic ulcer usually describes the pain as:
A)
Gnawing
C)
Overdistended feeling
B)
Sharp stabbing
D)
Cramping or aching

3.
A patient has been prescribed ranitidine. Which of the following statements would indicate that the patient correctly understands the action of this medication?
A)
“The medication inhibits acid secretions.”
B)
“The medication is an antibiotic.”
C)
“The medication is an analgesic.”
D)
“The medication will repair my ulcer.”

4.
The nurse suspects that the patient’s pain is related to a peptic ulcer when the patient states the pain is relieved by:
A)
Eating
C)
Suppressing emesis
B)
Drinking milk
D)
Having a bowel movement

5.
A patient admitted with a peptic ulcer complains of right shoulder pain and is hypotensive. The nurse anticipates that the causes for these symptoms are related to:
A)
Improper positioning in the bed
C)
Angina
B)
Ulcer perforation
D)
A pulmonary infection

6.
The nurse is concerned that the patient is experiencing progressive gastric cancer when she assesses which symptom?

A) Stomach pain relieved with antacids B) Bloating C) Diarrhea D) Anemia

 

Answer Key

1.
B
2.
A
3.
A
4.
A
5.
B

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