Peptic Ullcer Case Study

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The deficiency of iron is related to decreased gastric and decreased absorptive capacity of the duodenum. The mechanism for developing osteomalacia is incompletely described, although the duodenum is a major site for calcium absorption (Stenson, 1999).
Food items for a patient with Peptic Ulcer
Permitted foods-Wheat chapattis, rice, maize, jowar, bajra or ragi, cereal of wheat, rice, oatmeal or maize, rice cooked, pulses and beans, vegetable soups, cooked vegetables, potato, sweet potato, meat, fish, chicken, eggs, milk & milk products, fat or butter for cooking, fresh fruits, dried fruits, nuts, jam or murabba, pastries biscuits or soft cakes, desserts as custard, pudding or jelly, beverages as light tea or coffee, water as desired. Excluded food items -Condiments and spices, papad, chutney or pickles meat or chicken soup, vegetables with coarse fibres or overripe seeds), sour fruits.
Menu Plan lor the Patients suffering from Pentic Ulcer
Western diet Vegetarian diet
Cornflex, Scrabled egg Porridge
Tea or coffee Tea or coffee
Milk drink Milkdrink
Plain biscuits Plain biscuits
Minced meat Cauliflower cheese, Mashed
Mashed potatoes potatoes, Lentil curry & Rice
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Globally, 57% of cirrhosis is attributable to either Hepatitis B (30%) or Hepatitis C (27%). Alcohol consumption is another important cause, accounting for about 20% of the cases. Cirrhosis is a type of liver damage where healthy cells are replaced by scar tissue. The liver is unable to perform its vital functions of metabolism, production of proteins, including blood clotting factors, and filtering of drugs and toxins. Depending on the cause, cirrhosis can develop over months or years. There is no cure. Treatment aims to halt liver damage, manage the symptoms and reduce the risk of complications, such as diabetes, osteoporosis (brittle bones), liver cancer and liver

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