CH 18 Nutrition for Disorders of the Liver, Gallbladder, and
1. A common disorder in patients who abuse alcohol is
b. fatty liver.
Fatty liver is the earliest form of alcoholic liver disease. Alcohol
abuse does not cause diarrhea or cholecystitis
CH 3 Digestion, Absorption, and Metabolism
1. Peristalsis is necessary to make it possible for people to _ food.
2. An example of mechanical digestion includes
B. churning and mixing of food in the stomach.
3. Valves to control the movement of
Chapter 12: Life Span Health Promotion: Childhood and Adolescence
1. In feeding children, adults are responsible for determining
c. the quantity and quality of foods prepared.
Parents and caregivers are responsible for providing nutritious foods
CH 11 Life Span Health Promotion: Pregnancy, Lactation, and Infancy
1. Increased levels of progesterone in pregnancy cause relaxation of
smooth muscle, which can cause
2. If a woman has had preeclampsia and hypertension in a previous
CH 10 Management of Body Composition
1. An individual has a distorted body image when
b. his or her perception of his or her body differs from reality.
2. Cultural influences have had a greater influence on body
perception during the past few decades beca
CH 9 Energy Supply and Fitness
1. The fuel for all body processes that traps energy released from
food is (are)
d. adenosine triphosphate.
2. Energy-supplying nutrients are eventually broken down to
d. carbon dioxide and water.
3. The total amount of ener
CH 8 Water and Minerals
If a woman who drinks a cup of decaffeinated coffee in the morning,
a cup of fruit juice with lunch, 6 cups of water throughout the day
and a cup of tea at bedtime, her fluid intake would be considered
Hard water contai
CH 7 Vitamins
A secondary deficiency of a vitamin occurs when
b. absorption is inadequate or excessive amounts are excreted.
An example of someone who has a relatively high risk for vitamin
deficiencies is a (n)
b. elderly man living independently.
CH 6 Proteins
1. Protein is needed by the body because it provides
D. amino acids.
2. The amount of protein that most Americans eat is
B. more than we need.
3. In addition to carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, amino acids also contain
4. Nine of t
CH. 13 Life Span Health Promotion: Adulthood
1. As adults age, they are likely to want to add _ to their
b. more salt
As adults age, they are likely to want to add more salt to their food.
This is to compensate for their diminished sense of taste du
CH. 14 Nutrition in Patient Care
1. In-depth nutrition interventions are provided by
d. registered dietitians.
The entire health-care team may be involved in various aspects of
nutrition care of patients, but in-depth nutrition interventions are the
CH 15 Nutrition and Metabolic Stress
1. The adverse effects of malnutrition on the gastrointestinal tract
d. increased risk of spread of bacteria from the GI tract into the
rest of the body.
2. The adverse effects of malnutrition on the skin may
CH 17 Nutrition for Disorders of the Gastrointestinal Tract
1. The purpose of diet therapy for patients with dysphagia is to
Diet therapy for patients with dysphagia centers around providing
food and beverages in a form that can be sw
CH 19 Nutrition for Diabetes Mellitus
1. A person is diagnosed as having diabetes mellitus if his or her
fasting blood glucose level on two occasions is greater than _
Diabetes mellitus is diagnosed as fasting blood glucose level >126
CH 20 Nutrition for Cardiovascular and Respiratory Diseases
1. A risk factor for cardiovascular disease that may be modified by
dietary or other lifestyle changes includes
d. physical inactivity.
A modifiable risk factors for cardiovascular disease includ
CH 21 Nutrition for Diseases of the Kidneys
1. The overall function of the kidneys is to
c. maintain chemical homeostasis in the body.
The overall function of the kidneys is to maintain chemical
homeostasis in the body. Biochemical metabolism is controlle
Chapter 22: Nutrition in Cancer, AIDS, and Other Special
1. The stage of carcinogenesis in which the deoxyribonucleic acid
(DNA) of the cell undergoes mutation is called
The DNA of the cell undergoes mutation in the initiation stag
CH16: Interactions: Complementary and Alternative Medicine
5 dimensions of health
Spiritual, physical, intellectual, emotional, social (SPIES)
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
Yoga, naturopathic med, homeopathic med,
1. The nutrient that provides the densest energy source is
2. Sex hormones, bile, and vitamin D are formed in the body from
3. If a patient receiving fat-free parenteral nutrition develops eczema, the patient may have
CH 2 Personal and Community Nutrition
1. The type of influence that a desire for sweet and salty flavored foods has on food preferences
2. A teenage client is hungry and goes to the refrigerator for a snack. A holiday has just been
Final Exam Study Guide
I would type your answer under the question, space out your questions and bold Key
words. Best of luck to you!
1. Know what occurs during episodes of physiological stress. What is the process in which
additional energy is needed and
Clinical Practice Applications
NURS125. Nutrition in Nursing
Date: October 10, 2013
1. List the classic signs and symptoms of iron deficiency? List 5 food sources of dietary iron.
Signs and symptoms of iron deficiency include fatigue, diminished wor
37. What is the acceptable amount of of macronutrients from CHO? (In other words,
what % of your daily calories should be carbs?
The recommended dietary allowance (RDA) for carbohydrate is a minimum of 130 gm.
This recommendation is applicable to children
Final Exam Study Guide
I would type your answer under the question, space out your questions and bold Key words. Best of luck to
1. Know what occurs during episodes of physiological stress. What is the process in which additional energy is
1. Understand dysphagia, and what foods are best to avoid. I don't particularly like this question. Two good answers.
Impaired swallowing, Avoid hard, sticky and crunchy foods.
2. What type of diet is recommended for a patient with N/V? What should be avo
NURS 135: CHAPTER 5,
VICKIE WELTON, MSN, PCCN, RN
Identify functions of essential fatty acids
Recognize three classes of lipids
Outline the digestion, absorption, and
metabolism of fat and lipids
9 & 13
Brief recap from last week
Specific vitamins & minerals important to pregnant
& lactating women & infants
Basic Metabolic Rate impact on pregnancy &
Diseases & teratogens
Body composition &
NURS 135: Week 8 Fall 2014
Management of Body
Composition: More than
Management=use of resources
to achieve a predetermined
Nutrition and Diabetes
NURS 135: Fall 21014
Vickie Welton, MSN, PCCN, RN
Type I: Body stops producing insulin
Type II: Body doesnt produce enough
insulin or cells are resistant to insulin or
cells are defective
Nurs 135. Week 11: Ch. 15 & 20
Fall 2014. Instructor Vickie Welton, MSN, PCCN, RN
RECAP Questions ON DIABETES
How would you explain glycosylated hemoglobin (Hmg A1C) to a patient?
When does hypoglycemia occur? Below what level?
What constitutes hypergl