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Pancreatitis in 10 Minutes - Nursing Process
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RNin10

Pancreatitis in 10 Minutes - Nursing Process

Pancreatitis in 10 minutes! Learn about pancreatitis, the role of pancreatic/digestive enzymes in pancreatitis, nursing care, and complications of pancreatitis. A case study is used to give you an idea of what to expect, what to watch out for, and what needs to be done for a patient with acute pancreatitis. 1:05 Islets of Langerhans- Cells throughout the pancreas that secrete endocrine hormones (insulin, glucogon) into the bloodstream 1:43 Lipase- Enzyme released by the pancreas that digests fats (triglycerides). By-products include glycerol and fatty acids. This process is called lipolysis. 2:07 Trypsin- A type of protease- protein digesting enzyme from the pancreas. 2:16 Elastase- A type of protease- protein digesting enzyme. 2:28 Kallikrein- A type of protease- protein digesting enzyme. 3:27 Gallstones- Stones that sometimes form in the gallbladder and can travel through the bile duct. Also called CHOLElithiasis. CHOLE= gallbladder. Ex: CHOLEcystectomy= gallbladder removal. 3:56 Boring pain- Pain that feels like it is going through the body 5:22 Grey Turners and Cullen’s sign- grey-blue areas in the flank and around the belly button caused by leakage of pancreatic enzymes into the tissue near the skin 5:46 Amylase- Enzyme released by the pancreas that digests starch into simple sugars. 6:05 Bilirubin- By-product of the breakdown of hemoglobin by the liver- normally excreted with bile. 8:30 Steatorrhea- Foul smelling, frothy, fatty stool. Occurs with decreased lipase secretion.
Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's Disease in 10 Minutes - Nursing Process
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RNin10

Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's Disease in 10 Minutes - Nursing Process

Learn about Inflammatory Bowel Disease's in 10 minutes! We will learn about Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's Disease. A case study on a patient with Crohn's disease will help you understand nursing care for patient's with CD. 0:32 Ulcerative Colitis (UC) 1:17 Crohn’s Disease (CD) 1:05 Pseudopolyps- The healthy bumps of tissue between ulcerations 1:23 Skip lesions- Seen in CD when there are areas of healthy intestine between areas inflammation- they skip sections 1:32 Ileum- The small intestine is divided into three sections- the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum (in order). 1:42 Cobblestone appearance- The deep ulcers of Crohn’s disease look like cobblestones on the wall of the intestine when seen through colonoscopy 1:56 Signs and symptoms of UC 2:14 Tenesmus- A really painful feeling like you have to have a bowel movement 2:26 Signs and symptoms of CD 2:46 Fistula- Abnormal connection/tunnel between organs. For example- Tunnel from the small intestine to the bladder. 3:39 Arthritis- inflammation of the joints 3:41 Uveitis- inflammation of the uvea (eye) 4:20 Lab values to check for in CD 4:47 CT scan- Series of xrays that can show cross sectional images of organs/bones/vessels. With or without contrast. 4:53 Colonoscopy- Scope inserted through the anus used to see inside the colon 6:25 Fistula treatment 4:43 Total parenteral nutrition (TPN)- Fluid with nutrition given through a vein 8:10 Link to a great website on living with Crohns and Colitis: https://www.crohnsandcolitis.com/crohns/disease-symptoms 8:21 Glucocorticoids 8:41 Aminosalicylates/ 5-ASA’s 8:52 immunomodulators 9:25 Surgical procedures 9:54 Ileostomy: https://www.ostomy.org/ileostomy/ 10:21 Link to RPC-IPAA visual: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/742108844829525377/
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