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Nursing Diagnosis For Celiac Disease
In 400 characters or: Less? I think you will need to do your own homework on this. ...Read more
Same as for MDs: Nurses use the same "playbook" as doctors. It would not make sense for nurses to refer to the same conditions by different names as do physicians. In fact, one of the major outcomes of the flexner commission in modernizing and unifying medical education. ...Read more
I am suspecting that my child (1 year) has a celiac disease, I am far from the hospital can I get virtual diagnosis cause it has been 6 months?
Needs an eval: I find it unlikely the kid would have CD at 1 yr but it can happen. As a lifelong label with important implications (risks of other diseases) it requires a thorough basic evaluation. This would also include initial blood screening tests for tissue transglutaminase IgA & an IgA level. To be accurate the kid would need to ingest a gluten for the 3 wks prior to testing. A biopsy to confirm is standard ...Read more
How common is Chronic Urticaria w/Celiac Disease? Was diagnosis w/Celiac almost 2 yrs ago but hives just started a week ago & only on areas in the sun.
Uncommon: The two issues are likely unrelated.Get a more detailed answer ›
My 13y/o daughter is a type1diabetic and diagnosis w celiac disease. Is it ok to include vitamin C together with her multivitamin?
I have had 2 months of diarrhea and vomitting, watery stooland abdominal pain. I got endoscopy, colonoscopy, biopsy and celiac disease test done and all tests were negative. There has been no proper diagnosis yet. What should I do?
Doubt it: If any irregularities in the intestinal wall were found, it would be just that, irregularities. Their presence would suggest a problem but the overlap with other possible conditions would make the information inconclusive. A normal study would also not rule out the condition. ...Read more
Pretty common: Gluten-sensitive enteropathy (celiac disease) is much less common than gluten intolerance. Like lactose intolerance, caffeine intolerance, sorbitol intolerance (with regard to needing to restrict each respective substance), people who are gluten intolerant do better to avoid gluten-containing foods. Only about 10% of the population are gluten intolerant--an inflammatory condition of small bowel. ...Read more
Gluten Free diet: The treatment for celiac disease is to avoid all foods containing gluten. Gluten is most commonly found in barley, wheat and rye grains. You must be a very careful label reader and check for these items in the ingredients list. There are many more gluten free options available in the supermarkets now. If you have been diagnosed with celiac this is a lifelong diet plan. ...Read more
Read labels: This requires that you go on a gluten free diet. Gluten is found primarily in wheat, barley and rye, so any product with these is out. There are a number of sources on the web, including the Mayo clinic, that provide guidance. Just search for "gluten free diet".The FDA requires that vendors list any of the top 8 food allergens on packages, so start looking. Some even have a GF seal. ...Read more
Neither: Celiac disease inheritance pattern is undetermined, there is genetic predisposition though, some individuals who have certain genes are more susceptible to develop the disease than others. Good question, but by HealthTap rules you are a minor! Ask an adult to ask on your behalf next time, you need to be above 18 years to be able to register and ask questions, good luck ...Read more
Food sensitivity lab: In addition to traditional diagnostic procedures you can also get a food sensitivity test. You may not have full blown celiac but you can certainly be sensitive gluten and other foods and a lab such as great plains lab (no connection) has an easy finger stick dry blood spot scientific test. Peace and good health. ...Read more
The tests for Celiac Disease include:: Celiac panel, Complete blood count, Endomysial antibodies, HLA typing, HLA typing for celiac disease, Skin biopsy, Tissue transglutaminase IgG, Tissue transglutaminase IgG and IgA, Upper endoscopy, Gliadin IgG and IgA antibodies, Albumin, Alkaline phosphatase, Liver function test, Clotting factors. ...Read more
Symptoms of celiac disease vary among sufferers and include:
Digestive problems (abdominal bloating, pain, gas, diarrhea, pale stools, and weight loss)
A severe skin rash called dermatitis herpetiformis;
Iron deficiency anemia (low blood count)
Musculoskeletal problems (muscle cramps, joint and bone pain)
Tingling sensation in the legs
Mouth sores ...Read more
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Degrees of abnormal:
Latent: abnormal blood test/antibody tests, but normal biopsy and no symptoms or signs.Children diagnosed with celiac sprue as children; tolerated introduction of gluten. Can develop signs and symptoms later in life.
Silent:: abnormal antibody tests, abnormal intestinal biopsy nut no signs or symptoms even on gluten diet. Can develop signs/symptoms later in life. ...Read more
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