Eating after stomach cancer surgery – Macmillan Cancer Support

Eating after stomach cancer surgery – Macmillan Cancer Support

My name is Claudia Rueb, I work at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. I’m a specialist dietitian looking after patients who’ve had surgery of their upper gastrointestinal tract. That means either their oesophagus or their stomach. When people have stomach cancer and undergo treatment and …

Esophagus Lecture

Esophagus Lecture

Hello all this is Dr. Kathleen Alsup And I’m going to provide a quick overview of the esophagus Recall that we dissected portions of the esophagus in the respiratory sequence Now we’re really going to review the entirety of the esophagus to provide you as …

Stomach | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Stomach | Gastrointestinal system physiology | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

Voiceover: Did you know that the human stomach can store up to four liters of food at any time? That’s about as much as two Coke bottles, insane! So, in this video we’re going to see how our stomach helps us process food it just …

Stomach Lecture

Stomach Lecture

Hello all I’m Glenn Fox and in this video I’ll discuss the stomach my objectives for this video are for you to understand the relative location gross anatomy and neurovascular of the stomach The stomach straddles both the left upper and the right upper quadrants …

Iron Deficiency Anemia, All you need to know!

Iron Deficiency Anemia, All you need to know!

Hey everybody…Let’s talk about iron deficiency anemia. So, in previous videos… We have talked about anemia, what’s anemia, Also, microcytic anemia (low MCV), Iron studies…So, if you need anything from… previous subjects, please go ahead and watch… my previous videos first [the playlist is called: …

Upset Stomach Remedies From Nature: Plant Polymannans

Upset Stomach Remedies From Nature: Plant Polymannans

Optimal functioning of your entire body depends on adequate nutrients. A critical step to prevent premature aging, the decay of our cells, and diseases. Is to ensure that all necessary nutrients are present in our bodies at all times. Although the quality of the food …

Introduction to the Digestive System Part 2 – Oesophagus and Stomach – 3D Anatomy Tutorial

So after the bolus of food passes from the pharynx, it enters into the esophagus, which I’ve mentioned before. The esophagus is another long, muscular tube. This tube is about 25 cm. long and it joins the laryngopharynx to the stomach. So you could see …

Can Stress Cause Stomach Problems? | Stomach Problems

Can Stress Cause Stomach Problems? | Stomach Problems

Absolutely stress can play a huge role in digestive disorders, especially if you have irritable bowel syndrome, and it can also happen to people who don’t have irritable bowel syndrome. We have two brains — the central nervous system, which is understood as our brain …