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Question format: Multiple ChoiceChapter: 14Learning Objective: 07Cognitive Level: AnalyzeClient Needs: Physiological Integrity: Basic Care and ComfortIntegrated Process: Teaching/LearningReference: pp. 301–303, Additional Considerations for Long-Term Care Residents3. The nurse is teaching senior clients about osteoarthritis (OA). The nurserecognizes teaching has been effective when a client identifies what as the greatestknown modifiable risk factor of OA of the knee?A. Nutritional deficiency of folic acidB. High body mass indexC. Moderately inactive lifestyle
D. Inadequate intakes of calciumAnswer: BRationale:Excess body weight is a well-established risk factor for OA. Carrying excess weightplaces strain on the knee joint exacerbating symptoms of osteoarthritis in thespecific body region. Nutritional deficiency of folic acid is unrelated to symptoms ofOA of the knee. A moderately inactive lifestyle places a person at risk for both OAand obesity, but the obesity is the actual cause of strain on the knee joint. Intake ofcalcium is related to bone mineral density and low levels are linked to osteoporosis.Question format: Multiple ChoiceChapter: 14Learning Objective: 01Cognitive Level: UnderstandClient Needs: Physiological Integrity: Reduction of Risk PotentialIntegrated Process: Teaching/LearningReference: p. 306, How Do You Respond?4. Risk of vitamin B12deficiency increases in older adults. To ensure adequateintake, the nurse should recommend what source?
may impair the older adult’s ability to free the vitamin from foods. Vitamin B12occurs naturally only in animal products, so fruits and juices are not viable sources.Question format: Multiple ChoiceChapter: 14Learning Objective: 03Cognitive Level: ApplyClient Needs: Physiological Integrity: Basic Care and ComfortIntegrated Process: Teaching/LearningReference: p. 294, Vitamin B12

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