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Medical: 5 Gastroenterology: 6

    • 2.

      Assessment findings

      • a.

        History

        • (1)

          Acute/ chronic

        • (2)

          Quality of pain

        • (3)

          Onset of pain

        • (4)

          Location of pain

        • (5)

          "Irritable bowel"

        • (6)

          Stool/ diarrhea

        • (7)

          Weight loss

      • b.

        Physical

        • (1)

          Skin

          • (a)

            Pale

          • (b)

            Cool

          • (c)

            Moist

        • (2)

          Inspect abdomen

          • (a)

            Scars

          • (b)

            Ecchymosis

          • (c)

            Contour

            • i)

              Bulges

            • ii)

              Symmetry

        • (3)

          Auscultate

          • (a)

            Bowel sounds

        • (4)

          Percuss

        • (5)

          Palpate

    • 3.

      Management

      • a.

        Airway and ventilatory support

        • (1)

          High flow oxygen

      • b.

        Circulatory support

        • (1)

          Positioning

      • c.

        Psychological support

      • d.

        Transport consideration

  • K.

    Pancreatitis

    • 1.

      Epidemiology

      • a.

        Incidence

      • b.

        Mortality/ morbidity

      • c.

        Risk factors

        • (1)

          Gallstones

        • (2)

          Alcohol

      • d.

        Prevention strategies

      • e.

        Anatomy and physiology review

    • 2.

      Pathophysiology

      • a.

        Inflammation

      • b.

        Injury or disruption of pancreatic ducts or acini

      • c.

        Leaked enzymes

    • 3.

      Assessment findings

      • a.

        History

        • (1)

          Acute/ chronic

        • (2)

          Quality of pain

        • (3)

          Onset of pain

        • (4)

          Location of pain

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