Nutrition risk screening comparison, rev aug 2010

Nutrition risk screening comparison, rev aug 2010 - Yes Yes...

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Screening for Nutrition Risk Parameter Shands at UF VA Medical Center NFRMC MRMC Nutrition history > 5 days N/V/D, difficulty chewing or swallowing, difficulty feeding self N/V/D, constipation; dif. Chewing/swallowing, fdg self; limited ADL, walking Difficulty chewing or swallowing Difficulty chewing or swallowing, dysphagia Appetite DT screen: > 5 days Poor-fair appetite Poor intake >3 days prior to admission, poor appetite Food allergies Severe Significant % IBW < 5 th ptile, morbid obesity DT screen: <80% <90% IBW <85% Unintentional weight loss >10% adult, >5% peds <80% UBW Severe unintentional wt loss Peds and adults: (MST malnutr screening tool) Unintentional wt loss or gain >6 lb over 1 month NPO NPO > 3 days Clear liquids > 3 days NPO > 3 days Cl liq > 3 d., FR <1000 ml NPO >4 days Clear liquid > 4 days > 4 days Clear liquid > 4 days TPN/TF Yes
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Unformatted text preview: Yes Yes Yes Diet order Therapeutic diet with noncompliance or knowledge deficits Mineral restricted other than Na, pro restricted Therapeutic diet with knowledge deficits Vegetarian, kosher Diagnosis Malnutrition, FTT, marasmus, kwashiorkor, severe malabsorption GI obs, hepatic coma or encephalopathy, ileus, malnutrition, sepsis, ARF, resp failure on vent AIDS, burns, new DM malnutr, Resp failure, HHNS, DKA, High risk pregnancy Pressure ulcer Braden scale &lt;14 Stage III/IV Braden scale &lt;13 Stage III/IV 65 years + surgery With additional RF Appears malnourished Nsg, DT, PN rep, other Poor PO intake Nsg, DT, PN rep, other Yes, &amp; if on calorie count Pregnant/lactating s/p 2 weeks Yes High risk pregnancy, pt 16 yrs Serum albumin DT screen, &lt;2.1 severe, 2.2-2.7 moderate risk &lt;2.8 &lt;2.1 prealbumin &lt;10 mg/dl Updated Aug, 2010 Screening for Nutrition Risk...
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