The client is at risk for dumping syndrome after a partial gastrectomy. Nursing interventions to prevent this from happening include what? Select all that apply.


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- Restrict fluids with meals.

- Eat in an upright position.

- Lie down for 30 minutes after eating.

- Eat larger meals.

- Eat in a semi-recumbent position.


The client can prevent dumping syndrome by restricting fluids with meals and should eat in a semi-recumbent position. Lie down for thirty minutes after eating. A low carb, low fiber diet is preferred.

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