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55 Possible Causes for Acute Peritonitis, Gastric Retention, Vomiting without Nausea

  • Appendicitis

    The patient reported nausea without vomiting.[] Acute appendicitis in peritoneal dialysis patients generally presents as abdominal pain and cloudy dialysate.[] Nausea, vomiting, anorexia. The patient is usually constipated or simply does not want to have the bowels open, but may have diarrhoea.[]

  • Acute Pancreatitis

    A 36 year old male presented to the emergency department with severe epigastric pain, nausea, vomiting without hematemesis, diarrhea and anorexia.[] Peritoneal lavage in severe acute pancreatitis. Br J Surg. (1985); 72 :677–680. [ PubMed : 4041722 ] 8. Karimgani I, Kathaleen A, Porter A, Langevin R E, Banks F A.[] Three days later, the patient displayed sudden abdominal pain, distension, nausea, and vomiting without obvious inducements.[]

  • Acute Cholecystitis

    Izvor Društvo Medicinski razgledi (Obvezni izvod spletne publikacije) Opis The term acute abdomen refers to signs and symptoms of abdominal pain, tenderness, nausea and vomiting[] Antibiotics are generally withheld in straightforward, uncomplicated cases of acute cholecystitis, but they are ordered in cases of acute peritonitis or sepsis.[] Symptoms include right upper abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, and occasionally fever. Often gallbladder attacks (biliary colic) precede acute cholecystitis.[]

  • Prepyloric Ulcer

    Complications of Surgery Early Duodenal stump leakage, gastric retention, haemorrhage in post-operative period.[] Perforation at the anterior surface of the stomach leads to acute peritonitis, initially chemical and later bacterial peritonitis. [ citation needed ] The first sign is often[] It manifests as gastric retention, nausea, and profuse vomiting; some patients develop hypokalemia and alkalosis.[]

  • Acute Peritonitis

    Although the patient may complain of abdominal tenderness, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea, primary peritonitis is usually first suspected when the dialysate appears cloudy[] This is the first reported case of acute peritonitis in a PD patient caused by S. capitis.[] […] to acute peritonitis.[]

  • Penetrating Duodenal or Gastric Ulcer

    […] of vomiting.[] A succussion splash heard 6 h after a meal or aspiration of fluid or food residue 200 mL after an overnight fast suggests gastric retention.[] Perforation through the stomach leads to the leakage of stomach contents into the abdominal (peritoneal) cavity, resulting in acute peritonitis (infection of the abdominal[]

  • Biliary Colic

    When To Call a Professional Call your doctor whenever you have severe abdominal pain, with or without nausea and vomiting.[] , previous upper abdominal surgeries, septic shock, severe acute peritonitis Table 6.[] Patients with acute cholecystitis will be tender in the RUQ and will likely demonstrate a positive Murphy’s sign .[]

  • Intraperitoneal Abscess in the Right Lower Quadrant

    nausea R1112Projectile vomiting R1114Bilious vomiting R112Nausea with vomiting, unspecified R12Heartburn R130Aphagia R1310Dysphagia, unspecified R1311Dysphagia, oral phase[] For which clinical indicator should the nurse assess the client to determine if the pain is secondary to appendicitis A) urinary retention B) gastric hyperacidity C) rebound[] K65.0 Generalized (acute) peritonitis K65.1 Peritoneal abscess K65.2 Spontaneous bacterial peritonitis K65.3 Choleperitonitis K65.4 Sclerosing mesenteritis K65.8 Other peritonitis[]

  • Volvulus

    Patient and observation A 39-year old woman presented with a three-day history of constipation and progressive abdominal pain without nausea or vomiting.[] retention, bilious vomiting, ileus, abdominal distention and bloody stools.[] Acute sigmoid volvulus is a surgical emergency. [ 6 ] Any delay in treatment increases the risk of bowel ischaemia, perforation and faecal peritonitis.[]

  • Septicemia

    These include the following: confusion or inability to think clearly nausea and vomiting red dots that appear on the skin reduced urine volume inadequate blood flow shock[] However, extrapolation to other clinical groups where albumin has been used or studied (patients with spontaneous bacterial peritonitis, 112 children with malaria, 22 or acute[] The most common initial symptoms are: chills fever breathing very fast rapid heart rate More severe symptoms will begin to emerge as septicemia progresses without proper treatment[]