The stomach acts as a reservoir and converts the episodic input of food from the oesophagus to a more continuous output of chyme into the duodenum. It is important in the mechanical breakdown of food and the chemical digestion of proteins.
Online - Self Paced
Yes, on completion
Royal College of Anaesthetists
What will I learn?
- By the end of this session you will be able to:
- Describe the fundamentals of normal gastric function
- Identify factors which may disrupt normal physiology
- Determine the consequences of abnormal function
- Propose measures to compensate for pathophysiology
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