Stomach cancer

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  • My Reflection Of My Clinical Experience As A Nurse

    understand that as a nurse it is difficult to prepare for a day because it is a career of unexpected events. I was extremely nervous for the unknown situation and outcome that I was going to be faced with. The simulation started the moment I was doing research for the case study and evaluating key points that could lead me to the patient’s illness. I made a plan with my partner and felt the necessity to follow up despite of the situation. The closest real life experience that was similar to the simulation was when my grandma was in hospice care in her own home dying from stomach cancer and two days prior her death her vomiting increased. She cried and repeatedly asked why she kept vomiting and…

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  • The Day My Grandmother Died For Stomach Cancer Essay

    June 24, 2013, the day my grandmother died for stomach cancer. My grandmother was a wonderful person. She was funny, sweet, kind, little blunt but overall loved you for you. One thing she wished for all of her grandkids was that all of us would go to college. When my mom told me that my grandma wished we would go to college it made my motivation to go to college even stronger. I’ve seen first-hand what not going to college can do to a family financially. What it can do to someone with their job.…

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  • Digestion Research Paper

    Digestion works well when all the reactions along the way are functioning at an optimum but when one is compromised it eventually impacts on the entire tract. This is evident when there is Hypochlorhydria or low stomach acid. When there is a depletion of hydrochloric acid (HCL) the entire digestive process is affected, from mechanical and chemical digestions to absorption of nutrients. The stomach secrets HCL which maintains the low pH (between 1.5- 3) during the gastric phase of digestion. This…

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  • Gastric Digestion: A Case Study

    pathophysiology of gastric acid stimulation and production. Normally the stomach holds around 50cc of fluid. There are several stimuli that work together in the complex process of the digestion process (Huether & McCance, 2012). There are three phases of gastric secretion, first being the cephalic phase, which is stimulated by the thoughts , smells and taste of food. Stimulation releases acetylcholine and the release of gastrin-releasing peptide, thus indirectly stimulates hydrogen ions. The…

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  • Attention Getter For Informative Speech Outline

    disease. C. (Central Idea/Thesis) GERD is a chronic condition that affects quality of life, and can contribute to risk of other illnesses. II. Body: A. (Problem/Harm) Heartburn is a burning sensation in your chest that is caused by a backflow of stomach contents into the esophagus and is also referred to as gastroesophageal reflux. When this happens frequently it is then considered to be…

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  • Migration Waves

    preponderance of the Tibeto Burman migrants, and the inhabitants here is thought to comprise migrating peoples from East and Southeast Asia, who are presumed to have brought with them the risk for stomach cancer (Kataki et al., 2011). The prevalance of stomach cancer in India is lower, than that of any other country worldwide. However, the prevalence of stomach cancer was found to be in first position and fifth position globallyin Mizoram , one of the mountainous state nestling in the southern…

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  • MUC1: A Preventive Agent Against Helicobacter

    transportation to the nucleus, in this manner preventing the transcription of genes that can cause inflammation [4]. The adhesive properties of Helicobacter pylori are crucial during the initial phase of the stomach colonization as wells for survival since attachment provide the means by which H. pylori obtains nutrients [116]. H. pylori possess two major adhesion molecules of BabA and SabA. The blood group antigen binding adhesion (Bab A) allows Helicobacter pylori connect to the Lewis b…

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  • Case Study Of Helicobacter Pylori

    Barry J. Marshall was an internist who, in 1981, started his gastroenterology rotation at Royal Perth Hospital and where he met Dr. Warren. Dr. Warren made a list of patients who had curved bacteria on their biopsies and needed help following up with a diagnosis. Dr. Marshall agreed to assist in researching the spiral bacteria in hopes of finding questions on one of his patients having sever stomach pains without a proper diagnoses. It was Dr. Marshall who noticed that cultures from a…

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  • Lactose Intolerance

    It results from a drop in or disruption of the production of lactase in the small intestine. The small intestine is a primary part of the digestive system, and is the longest part of the gastrointestinal tract and makes up about three quarters of the digestive system. It is a hollow tube like organ that connects to the stomach one end and the large intestine on the other. The small intestine is also about fifteen to twenty feet long and one inch in diameter. It is coiled and looped, and it…

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  • The Digestive System: A Case Study

    The digestive system consists of the oral cavity, oesophagus, stomach, liver, gall bladder, spleen, pancreas,intestines, appendix and the rectum. All these organs interlink in order to carry out an environment of homeostasis. Homeostasis is a state of equilibrium inside the body as stated in the Journal of Nursing Standards (Hendry C 2012 page (46-50)).A further consideration is that of legal and ethical concerns within practice. The first part of the digestive system is the oral cavity and…

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