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Epistaxis

Epistaxis

Epistaxis. By Jessica Davies. What is Epistaxis?. Epistaxis more commonly known as a Nose Bleed 2 types: Anterior (front of the nose) Posterior (back of the nose ). Anterior Nose Bleeds. M ake up more than 90% of all nosebleeds

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Bulimia

Bulimia

By- Heather Leonard and Sam Santoro. Bulimia. Information. Eating disorder in which a person binges and purges Binge-to eat large quantities of food Purge-to vomit They often use laxatives or diuretics to vomit. Facts.

By kyrene
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Halloween Poetry By Harley wilt

Halloween Poetry By Harley wilt

Halloween Poetry By Harley wilt. Table of contents . Ghost. There was a ghost whew came from the west coast that ghost had a soul That was made in a bowl that ghost was made of toast. The Demon .

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VOMITING

VOMITING

VOMITING. GENERAL APPROACH By: Dr. Doaa Al-Masri. Definition. It is generally unpleasant activity that results in the expulsion of stomach contents through the mouth. Nausea is an uncomfortable feeling known to be relieved by vomiting . Physiology.

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Vomiting

Vomiting

Vomiting. J. DeVito. Definition. Complex reflex behavioral response to variety of stimuli 3 phases Prodromal period—Nausea/autonomic sx’s Retching Forceful expulsion of stomach contents through oral cavity. Vomiting vs Regurgitation. Regurgitation—effortless reflux into esophagus

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Vomiting

Vomiting

Vomiting. HPS. DD Gatroenteritis Reflux ICP Metabolic disorders Antral Webs Pyloric atresia Duodenal atresia. 2-8 weeks of age Nonbilious vomiting Projectile Occasional Haematemesis. Diagnosis. Pre-op preparation. Dehydration Malnutrition Hyponatremia Hypochloremia

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Newborn vomiting: Bilious

Newborn vomiting: Bilious

Newborn vomiting: Bilious. Joseph A. Iocono, M.D. University of Kentucky. Baby boy Ralph Upchurch. A 3 week-old boy is seen in the ED with a 4 hour history of emesis and dehydration. The baby was vibrant on arrival and placed in room V. What is your differential diagnosis?. Gastroenteritis

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Newborn vomiting: Bilious

Newborn vomiting: Bilious

Newborn vomiting: Bilious. Joseph A. Iocono, M.D. University of Kentucky. Baby boy Ralph Upchurch. A 3 week-old boy is seen in the ED with a 4 hour history of emesis and dehydration. The baby was vibrant on arrival and placed in room V. What is your differential diagnosis?. Gastroenteritis

By lawrence-mckenzie (80 views)

Nausea and Vomiting

Nausea and Vomiting

Nausea and Vomiting. Mark Feldman, MD 2013. Seinfeld’s description of vomiting. Jerry: I haven’t vomited in 13 years. Elaine: Get out! Jerry: Not since June 29, 1980. Elaine: You remember the date?

By gradyw (1 views)

Vomiting in Children

Vomiting in Children

Approach of Vomiting. Taking detailed symptoms (chief and associated symptoms)Taking detailed historyPhysical examination (gross appearance, signs

By candy (231 views)

Nausea and Vomiting

Nausea and Vomiting

Nausea and Vomiting. James Hallenbeck, MD Director, Palliative Care Services, Palo Alto VAHCS, Stanford University. Understand the pathophysiology of nausea and vomiting Utilize the “VOMIT” acronym in identifying causes of nausea Select antiemetic therapy, based underlying physiology.

By edan-weiss (228 views)

Nausea & Vomiting

Nausea & Vomiting

Nausea & Vomiting. Nausea & Vomiting. Nausea: inclination to vomit. Vomiting: ejection or expulsion of gastric contents through the mouth. Phases of emesis. Nausea : imminent need to vomit → associated with gastric stasis. Retching : labored movement of abdominal & thoracic muscles.

By ophelia-ambrosia (145 views)

Nausea and vomiting

Nausea and vomiting

Nausea and vomiting. Cerebral cortex. Vestibular nuclei. CTZ. GABA 5HT. ACh H1. 5HT 3 D 2. Gut wall. Vagal/splanchnic afferents. Gastric atony Retroperistalsis Thoracic and abdominal muscle contractions. Vomiting centre. 5HT 3. ACh H1 5HT 2. Movement/vertigo. Vestibular nuclei.

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