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  • 1.  In India, the prevalence of peptic ulcers is estimated to be 4-10 per1000 population
  • 2.  Age 30–60  Male: female–3:1
  • 3.  H. pylori,  Alcohol,  Smoking,  Cirrhosis,  Stress  Usually 50 and over  Male higher risk  Normal hypo secretion of stomach acid (HCl) (zollinger Ellison syndrome)  Gastritis,  Use of NSAIDs
  • 4.  Acute  Chronic
  • 5.  Is associated with superficial erosion and minimal inflammation it is of short duration and resolves quickly when the cause is identified and removed
  • 6.  Chronic ulcer is one of long duration eroding through the muscular wall with the formation of fibrous tissue it may be present continuously for many months or intermittently throughout the person’s life time
  • 7.  Gastric  duodenal
  • 8.  stress and anxiety  gram-negative bacteria H. pylori  Stress  Excessesive secretion of HCL  Familial tendency  Blood group o  Use of NSAID  Alcohol  Excessive smoking  Hyperacidity  Gastrin secreting malignant tumers  Esophagial ulcers  GERD
  • 9.  In addition to the inflammation caused by H.pylori infection, there are certain other factors that contribute to peptic ulcer. Peptic ulcer occurs mainly in the gastro duodenal mucosa because this tissue cannot withstand the digestive action of gastric acid HCl and pepsin. Vagus nerve stimulates the parietal cells to secrete gastric acid. The erosion is caused by the increased concentration or activity of pepsin, or by decreased resistance of the mucosa. A damaged mucosa cannot secrete enough mucus to act as a barrier against HCl. The use of NSAIDs inhibits the secretion of mucus that protects the mucosa.
  • 10.  dull, gnawing pain or a burning  Pain is usually relieved by eating  Tenderness  pyrosis (heartburn),  vomiting, constipation or diarrhea, and bleeding  burping  vomiting  bleeding  tarry stools
  • 11.  pain,  epigastric tenderness,  or abdominal distention.  A barium study  Stools study  . Gastric secretory studies  H. pylori infection  breath test that detects H. pylori
  • 12.  Antibiotics  Eradicate H. pylori  Rest  sedatives  Tranquilizers  Octreotide  cytoprotective agents
  • 13.  proton pump inhibitors  antibiotics  bismuth salts  histamine 2 antagonist  proton pump inhibitors
  • 14.  stressful or exhausting.  A rushed lifestyle  irregular schedule
  • 15.  smoking decreases the secretion of bicarbonate from the pancreas into the duodenum resulting in increased acidity of the duodenum.
  • 16.  avoiding extremes of temperature  overstimulation from consumption of meat extracts  alcohol,  coffee (including decaffeinated coffee,  Milk  cream
  • 17.  Principles of surgery  Reduce acid secreting ability  Remove malignant or potentially malignant lesions treat surgical emergency  Treat clients do not respond to medical intervention
  • 18.  Vagotomy is performed to eliminate the acid secreting stimulus to gastric cells  Truncal  Completely cutting each vagus nerve  Selective  The surgeon partially severs the nerves to preserve the hepatic and celiac branches  Proximal  Only paritel cell mass is denerveted
  • 19.  Permits regurgitation of alkaline deodenal contents thereby neutralizing gastric acid in this procedure a drain is made on the bottom of the stomach and sewn to an opening made in the jejunum
  • 20.  This is a genetic term referring to any surgery that involves partial removal of the stomach may be performed by either Billroth 1 or Billroth 2
  • 21.  Operation was devised more by accident thanà surgery design A gastro enterostomy was performed on a gravely ill patient with a pyloric resection by Christian Aiberl Theociot Billroth. 1829-1894, Professor of Surgery, Vienna, Austria. Anton wolfler. 1850- 1917, Professor of Surgery, Prague, The Czech Republic further refined the surgery The first successful gastrectomy was performed by Billroth in January 1881, and Wolfler performed the first gastroenterostomy in the same year
  • 22.  The surgeon removes a part of distal portion of the stomach including the andrum the remainder of the stomach is anastomosed to duodenum this combined procedure called gastrodeodenostomy this decreases dumping syndrome
  • 23.  This involves reanastomosis of the proximal remnant of the stomach to the proximal jejunum pancreatic secretions and bile continue to secrete in jejunum even after surgery surgeons prefer Billroth 2 technique for treatment of duodenal ulcers because recurrent ulcer develops less frequent in this procedure
  • 24.  Dumping syndrome  Early dumping  Early dumping include abdominal and vasomotor symptoms which are found in 5- 10%of patients the small bowel is filled with food from stomach which have high osmotic load this lead to shift of fluid to stomach from systemic circulation symptoms are vertigo, tachycardia syncope sweating pallor palpitation diarrhea and nausea etc
  • 25.  This is reactive hypoglycemia. The carbohydrate load in the small bowel causes a rise in the plasma glucose level, which, in turn, causes insulin levels to rise, causing a secondary hypoglycemia. This can be easily demonstrated by serial measurements of blood glucose in a patient following a test meal. Other symptoms include epigastric fullness distention discomfort abdominal cramping nausea etc the treatment is essentially the same as for early dumping
  • 26.  The principal treatment is dietary manipulation, dry meals are best, and avoiding fluids with a high carbo-hydrate content
  • 27.  Hemorrhage  Marginal ulcers  Alkaline reflex gastritis  Nutritional deficiency ( Vitamin B12 and folic acid deficiency)
  • 28.  The likelihood of recurrence is reduced if the patient avoids smoking, coffee (including decaffeinated coffee) and their caffeinated beverages, alcohol, and ulcerogenic medications (eg, NSAIDs)
  • 29.  Acute pain related to incresed gastric secretions ,decresed mucosal protection ,and ingestion of gastric irritants as evidenced by burning cramp like pain in epigastrium and abdomen  Nausea related to acute exacerbation of disease process as evidenced by episodes of nausea and vomiting  Ineffective therapeutic regimen management related to lack of knowledge of long term management of peptic ulcer disease and consequence of not following treatment plan and unwillingness to modify lifestyle as evidenced by frequent questions about home care incorrect response to questions about peptic ulcer disease
  • 30. ◦ Hemorrhage ◦ Perforation ◦ Penetration ◦ Pyloric obstruction (gastric outlet obstruction)
  • 31.  RELIEVING PAIN  REDUCING ANXIETY  MAINTAINING OPTIMAL NUTRITIONAL STATUS  MAINTAINING OPTIMAL NUTRITIONAL STATUS  TEACHING PATIENTS SELF-CARE
  • 32.  Hemorrhage  Perforation and Penetration  Pyloric Obstruction