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Curb the queasiness

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Abstract

Many in-patients present with anorexia, vomiting and/or diarrhoea, but nausea, in comparison, is a more subtle clinical sign. Veterinary nurses can play a significant role in maximising patient wellbeing, encouraging voluntary food intake, and expediting a patient’s recovery and discharge from the hospital. This session examines what nausea is, the signs we commonly see in our nauseated patients and how we can improve these as nurses, both pharmaceutically and through non-pharmaceutical interventions.

: Pancreatitis can lead to many other co-morbidities in our patients, in which they can become very critical patients that need intensive nursing care. This presentation discusses what signs of deterioration to look for, analgesia, sepsis, fluid therapy and nutrition.

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