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Transcript: Symptoms > Chronic colitis is not indicated, helpful > Using heat or ice > Swedish massage > Moving masses in the colon > Before some surgeries massage can help get air out of the colon so it isn't so inflated Education: Colitis and Massage Protect the Colon! What is this? >Inflammation of the colon lining -Immune -Infectious Massage How do I get this? (Etiology) >When the immune system tries to attack bacteria or viruses, then turns on itself attacks the cells in the digestive track. -Many aggravate but no known cause. Proctosigmoiditis: This involves two parts of the colon; the sigmoid and rectum. Pan-ulcerative: This will involve the whole colon. Grocery List By Grace Morse and Pierre Jordan -Shorter sessions may be needed -Short walk to bathroom -Skilled in abdominal work -Knowledge of IBS and colon issues -Offering more than one way to lay on table Diarrhea that awakens you from sleep Blood in Stool Thank YOU Who gets this? (Demographic) -Crohn's Disease -Smokers -Diet: Some foods can irritate the colon -Having the appendix removed will lessen one's chances of getting colitis Signs & Symptoms Diarrhea -Blood Fever Bloating Etiology Getting the right amount of sleep can help manage symptoms More than one Type of Colitis If one gets surgery to remove the entire colon then they have lower chances at getting pregnant however still possible May be from your Genes 700,000 in the US Types of Colitis When to See a Doctor? Signs 6 Small meals a day Potatoes Rice Refined pasta Multi-vitamins Plantain Olive Oil Yogurt Salmon Walnuts Water Abdominal Pain Cramping Fatigue Weight loss Fever Risks: Long trips to the bathroom Contraindicated Accommodations The End Help relieve -Bloating -Gas -Constipation Colitis Indicated/contraindicated . Colitis and Massage -Discomfort -Unpleasant -Irritate Benefits: . Colitis and Massage The wonders of the world famous Severe tummy pain > Acute and sub-acute stages > During a flare up > Too soon before or after surgery Other Facts Indicated Did You Know? Benefits Indicated Education Signs and Symptoms


Transcript: Ischaemic Parasitic Useful radiology Sigmoid Colon Continuum of histological findings Lymphocytic infiltrate (in both) Collagen deposition Resection Autoimmune components Idiopathic Iatrogenic Vascular Infectious Autoimmune Hyperactive Phase Chronic Diarrhoea Caecum Medical and Surgical management Rectum and anus Management Transmural Diversion Mouth to anus Ulcerative Colitis Ulcerative Colitis vs Crohn's Disease By Greg Chambers FY1 Microscopic Colitis Bacterial Inflammation of colon post-colonoscopy or ileostomy Usually within a year of surgery Discharge from unused colon Conservative treatment at first Short chain fatty acid enemas Associated with antibiotic use, especially second and third generation cefalosporins Ascending Colon Colitis Crohn's Disease Sub-total colectomy Ileoanal pouch (elective) IBD NSAID association Pseudomembranous Colitis Common pathologies Microscopic Diversion Colitis Treatment Inflammatory Bowel Disease Auto-immune component Analgesia NBM IV fluids Inflammatory response due to poor blood supply Shock Phase C. diff Ischaemic Colitis Treatment is with metronidazole and vancomycin ?role for colectomy Aims and Objectives Surgical: if not responding to medical management Abnormal Histology Splenic Flexure Transverse Colon Macroscopic and microscopic features Viral Signs and symptoms Medical: Analgesia, steroids, 5-ASA, rescue ciclosporin/Infliximab Middle aged females Can occur anywhere, but predilection for splenic flexure Good hand hygiene Infective colitis Megacolon Classification of colitides Hypotension and emboli are main causes Causative organism: C. difficile Mucosal Rectum to caecum Medical vs Surgical Management Descending Colon Fistulae Normal Endoscopy Paralytic Phase Symptoms: diarrhoea, abdominal pain, fever Classification of Colitides Hepatic Flexure


Transcript: What is Colitis? The Cause The body has an increased need for calories, proteins vitamins and minerals to help the healing process. Inflammation and diarrhea interfere with the reabsorption of water and minerals that normally occurs in the large intestine, and there is a risk of becoming dehydrated if the fluid is not replaced. Some of the medications that are used, interfere with the body's ability to absorb and maintain the minerals it needs (corticosteroids such as prednisone can deplete the body's calcium. Drugs like sulfasalazine deplete the level of folate, an important B vitamin) Signs and Symptoms There will be 9000 more people to be diagnosed with crohn's and colitis this year. Colitis is a type of inflammatory bowel disease that causes inflammation in the lining of the colon. Usually affects only the innermost lining of your large intestine (colon) and rectum. Crohn's disease, which occurs anywhere in the digestive tract and often spreads deeply into the affected tissues. Limit your dairy intake. You may find that you're lactose intolerant and limiting or eliminating will improve diarrhea, abdominal pain and gas. Experiment with fiber. Usually high-fiber foods are healthy, but if you have IBD then it may make your symptoms worse. Avoid problem foods, eat small meals, drink plenty of liquids and exercise. Researches have no main cause, however they have found that stress is no longer the main factor. Some researchers are looking at the possibility that it may be hereditary. Someone in your family, that you were unaware of. Some scientists think a virus or bacteria may trigger ulcerative colitis. The digestive tract becomes inflamed when your immune system tries to fight off the invading pathogen. Interesting fact Colitis Population At Risk Abdominal pain Blood in your stool Ongoing bouts of diarrhea that don't respond to over-the-counter medications An unexplained fever lasting more than a day or two Ulcerative colitis usually begins before the age of 30. But, it can occur at any age. Some people may not develop the disease until their 50's or 60's. You're at higher risk if you have a close relative, such as a parent, sibling or child, with the disease. Globally, it's estimated that there is over five million people with crohn's and ulcerative colitis. In Canada, there are over 200 000 diagnosed with inflammation bowel disease. Lifestyle Factors Most suffer from malnutrition because they believe the food they're eating is the problem. When in truth diet doesn't cause colitis, but certain foods irritate your system. Severe bleeding A hole in the colon (perforated colon) Severe dehydration Liver disease (rare) Kidney stones Osteoporosis Inflammation of your skin, joints and eyes An increased risk of colon cancer A rapidly swelling colon (toxic mega colon) Diet Complications Nutrients

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