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Posting%20-%20Renal%20nutrition%20diagnosis - Elevated BUN...

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Elevated BUN & creatinine NI-52.2 Excessive protein intake NI-5.3 Inadequate protein-energy intake this could lead to catabolism NC-2.2 Altered nutrition-related lab values: BUN & Creatinine if possible, diagnose the basic problem rather than restating the symptoms NB-1.1 Food and nutrition-related knowledge deficit NB-1.6 Limited adherence to nutrition-related recommendations Weight loss & malnutrition NI-1.4 Inadequate energy intake NI-2.1 Inadequate oral food/beverage intake NI-5.1 Increased nutrient needs only suitable if there is a hypermetabolic co-morbidity since ESRD does not increase energy expenditure NI-5.2 Evident protein-energy malnutrition NI-5.3 Inadequate protein-energy intake NC-3.1 Underweight NC-3.2 Involuntary weight loss NB-1.1 Food and nutrition-related knowledge deficit NB-1.6 Limited adherence to nutrition-related recommendations NB-2.5 Poor nutrition quality of life Hypertension & edema NI-55.2 Excessive sodium intake NI-5.4 Decreased sodium needs NI-3.2 Excessive fluid intake
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2009 for the course NTR 371 taught by Professor Southworth during the Spring '09 term at University of Texas.

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