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nursing care of chromomycosis-nursing precautions-dietary taboos

nursing care of chromomycosis-nursing precautions-dietary taboos

General Nursing Care of Chromatomycosis

First, nursing

1. Eat less fried food: Because this kind of food is not easy to digest, it will increase the burden on digestive tract. Eating more will cause indigestion and increase blood lipid, which is harmful to health.

2. Eat less pickled food: These foods contain more salt and some carcinogens, so they should not be eaten more.

3. Eat less raw and cold food and irritating food: Cold and irritating food has a strong stimulating effect on digestive tract mucosa, which is easy to cause diarrhea or digestive tract inflammation.

4. Avoid irritation: Do not smoke, because smoking makes gastric blood vessels contract, affects the blood supply of gastric parietal cells, and reduces the resistance of gastric mucosa and induces gastric mycosis. You should drink less alcohol and eat less spicy food such as pepper and pepper.

5. Vitamin C supplementation: Vitamin C has a protective effect on the stomach. Maintaining normal vitamin C content in gastric juice can effectively play the function of the stomach, protect the stomach and enhance the disease resistance of the stomach. Therefore, eat more vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin C.

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