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Chapter 1 : Latar Belakang

How many people are have


WHO Banjarmasin
dyspepsia ? Ulin Hospital
About 34% Tulip ward
Got dyspepsia
About 41 client
get this disease

South
Kalimantan
female as many
as 15.122 cases
while in men as Indonesia
much as 9.594
cases In Indonesia an
Female 61.18% estimated
Male 38.82% nearly 30% of
patients got
dyspepsia
Chapter 2 : Theoretical Background the most superior
region, balloons
above the cardiac
region to form a
Anatomy and Physiology temporary storage
a small region area
around the opening
from the esophagus

is the main portion of


the stomach, which
curves to the right
and creates two
curvatures
Definition

Dyspepsia is collection of symptoms or syndrome consisting of


pain or discomfort in upper abdomen accompanied by
complaints such as feeling full while eating, satiety, heartburn,
bloating, belching, anorexia, nausea, and vomiting
Pathway
Changes in eating patterns
irregular

Decreased food intake

Stomach empty

Increased HCL production

Erode stomach wall

dyspepsia

BPH stimulated Stimulated stomach nerv Irritation stomach wall

Afferent nerv hypothalamus Uncomfortable feeling in


epigastric

Medulla spinalis Nausea


anorexia

Thalamus HCL irritate stomach wall


Old anorexia
(hypermetabolic)
Cerebral cortex oesophageal
Decrease in ATP
formation
Afferent nerv Dysphagia

Activity
Pain Fatigue
intolerance
Nutrition less than body
Source: J MAJORITY (2015:75-76) requirement
Chapter 3 : Nursing Care Report

Clients identity
Name : Mr. S
Gender : Male
Age : 28 years old
Religion : Islam
Medical Diagnose : Dyspepsia
Date of entry : Thursday, may 28th 2015
Date of assessment : Monday, june 1st 2015
Main Complaint
Based on the assessment on Monday, june 1st
2015 found that Client said that he felt
abdominal pain in the right middle and left
upper and the pain appeared sometimes.
PROBLEM PRIORITY

1. Acute pain related to Agent physical injury secondary to


disease process (dyspepsia).
2. Risk for lack of fluid volume related to not enough fluid
intake and excessive fluid loss due to vomiting.
3. Imbalance nutrition less than body requirement related to less
of appetite.
4. Ineffective breathing pattern related to pain.
Intervention
1. Acute pain related to Agent physical injury secondary to
disease process (dyspepsia) not solved yet.
2. Risk for lack of fluid volume related to not enough fluid
intake and excessive fluid loss due to vomiting not solved yet.
3. Imbalance nutrition less than body requirement related to less
of appetite not solved yet.
4. Ineffective breathing pattern related to pain not solved yet.
Chapter 4 : Intervention
and Conclusion

1. Acute pain related to Agent physical injury secondary to


disease process (dyspepsia) solved in 2 days.
2. Risk for lack of fluid volume related to not enough fluid
intake and excessive fluid loss due to vomiting solved in 10th
days.
3. Imbalance nutrition less than body requirement related to less
of appetite solved in 8th days.
4. Ineffective breathing pattern related to pain solved in 9th
days.