chapter 18 gastrointestinal and urologic emergencies

  1. Anatomy and Physiology:

    solid organs cause what shock
    hypovolemic shock
  2. Anatomy and Physiology:

    hollow organs cause what shock
    septic shock
  3. The Gastrointestinal System:

    organ that..
    -secretes bile
    -filters toxic substances
    -creates glycogen
    liver
  4. The Gastrointestinal System:

    this organ is a reservoir for bile
    gallbladder
  5. The Gastrointestinal System:

    ____ is the first part of the small intestines and conencts to the stomach
    doudenum
  6. The Gastrointestinal System:

    ____ is part of the small intestines and connects the doudenum and the ileum
    jejunem
  7. The Gastrointestinal System:

    ____ is the last part of the small intestines
    ileum
  8. The Gastrointestinal System:

    organ where water is absorbed and stool is formed
    large intestines
  9. The Gastrointestinal System:

    organ that located in the abdomen but has no digestive function and filters out old blood
    spleen
  10. normal adults form 1.5-2L of ____ per day
    urine
  11. Pathophysiology:

    abdominal cavity is lined with membrane called
    peritoneum
  12. Pathophysiology:

    parietal peritoneum lines the walls of the
    abdomen
  13. Pathophysiology:

    visceral peritoneum covers the ___
    organs
  14. Pathophysiology:

    inflamation of the peritoneum is called
    peritonitis
  15. peritonitis can cause ileus
    true/false
    true
  16. intestine paralysis is called
    ileus
  17. inflammation or infection of the walls of the intestines
    diverticulitis
  18. inflammation of the gullbladder
    choecystitis
  19. diverticulitis is also known as
    left sided appendicitis
  20. appenddicitis pain starts in the umbilicus and moves toward the right side(mcburnies point)
    true/false
    true
  21. Abdominal Pain:

    perietal peritoneum are supplied by the same nerves that are use for the abdominal skin
    true/false
    true
  22. Abdominal Pain:

    visceral peritoneum are supplied by the autonomic nervous system
    true/false
    true
  23. ____: erodes protective layers of the stomach, allowing acid to eat into the organ
    ulcer
  24. ____:may form and block the gullbladder outlet, leading to cholecysitis
    gullstones
  25. bruising around the umbilicus is called
    cullens sign
  26. bruising around your flanks is called
    grey turners sign
  27. lining of the esophagus becomes inflamed by infection or acids from the stomach
    esophagitis
  28. pressure within blood vessels surrounding esophagus increase
    esophageal varices
  29. when the junction between  the esophagus  and the stomach tears is called
    mallory-weiss syndrome
  30. infection combined  with diarrhea, nausea and vomit is called
    gastroenteritis
  31. inflammed blood vessels around the rectum is called
    hemorroids
  32. Urinary System:

    infection of the urinary system is called
    unrinary track infection(UTI)
  33. _____ is a protrusion of an organ through an opening into the body
    -may produce a noticable mass
    -strangulation is a serious medical emergency
    hernia
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emergency care and transportation of the sick and injured 11th edition
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