Acute pancreatitis nursing interventions

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1916673 tn?1420236870 If overweight, then gaining weight is not a good thing, as it will adversely affect the pancreatitis. It's curious that he's got pancreatitis if he's been on a low-fat diet for 3yrs. The blood result that points directly to it is the amylase, which has been consistently high on both blood results. I would raise this with your vet and please let me know what he suggests (cause, diagnosis and treatment/management advice).
181575 tn?1250202386 If the acute infection is cleared, HBsAg will disappear within 4 to 6 months and anti-HBs will become detectable in serum several weeks later. Chronic HBV infection is defined as the persistence of HBsAg-positivity beyond 6 months. During the period after which HBsAg has cleared but anti-HBs has not yet become detectable (often referred to as the "window period"), the only detectable marker of infection is the hepatitis B core IgM antibody (anti-HBc IgM).
Avatar f tn I found this site while getting information on my Mini Schnauzer who has kidney failure and is having a bout with Pancreatitis. I will share my story at a later time. I just want you to know that you did everything possible for your Cissy and she is no longer suffering. I had a dog die in my arms 20 years ago and have had to put down 2 since. They are like your babies and they can never be replaced.
Avatar n tn I guess my biggest concern would be my daughter. I'm nursing her. My family doctor said that I could while taking Norco. I'm afraid that she's going to experience W/D. I am so scared.