The client is suffering from a gastric ulcer. What are some appropriate nursing interventions? Select all that apply.

 

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- Eat three regular meals per day.

- Drink caffeinated beverages.

- Drink plenty of milk.

- Take a histamine blocker.

- Take a proton pump inhibitor.

Rationale

The client can eat three regular meals per day as long as they are on antacids or a histamine blocker. Histamine blockers or proton pump inhibitors should be given to reduce stomach acid. Caffeinated beverages and milk should be avoided.

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