NTR 444 Nutrigenomics Guide
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genotype- An organisms genetic makeup; more specifically, variants of a gene present in the
two alleles in an individual that can result in specific traits or disorders; in metabolic
Anemia results from a lack of red blood cells or
dysfunctional red blood cells in the body. This
leads to reduced oxygen flow to the body's
organs. Symptoms may include fatigue, skin
pallor, shortness of breath, lightheadness,
dizziness, or a fast
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Directions: Match the appropriate person to their description. Write the letter on the corresponding line
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A. This person was the national symbol of
-Fluid is important bc kidneys functioning correctly
-Elderly thirst mechanism doesnt work well
-50 to 60% total body water
-Intracellular 80% water
-Interstitial 80% of the 20% and intravascular 20% of the 20%
-As you get older
Importance of awareness of potential problems with food and drugs
-Medications can alter nutrients
-Supplement if needed
-Drugs can affect diet and vice versa
-Take meds with food so dont get nausea
-Take food on empty stomach dont want it getting affecte
Nutrition Care Process
-Subjective and objective data
-How do we fix
-Monitor and Evaluation
-Created by the NCP
-Con: Non-textbook patient in reality so in hospital need to make changes to these steps
How does pH affect homeostasis?
-Normal normal function
-Abnormal affect psychological function
Alter acid base balance?
-If you have normal function kidneys they it you will be fine. EX: eat bunch of lemon
it wont affect your pH. Although if you had kidn
CH 8: Acid Base Balance notes
pH balance affects homeostasis:
Normal cellular function
Donate or give up H ions
Generated from ingestion and metabolism of food and toxins (you can feed someone to help
-3 layers: Myocardium is middle layer and does muscle contraction. MI is damage to
layer involved in muscle contraction
-4 chambers: L&R chambers/ventricles
-Damage to capillaries organ damage high blood sugar eye damage Diabete
Resting Energy Expenditure (REE):
-Energy needed to sustain metabolic activity of cells
2. Resting metabolic
-Sitting watching TV
Estimating and measuring energy requirements:
-Equations: Harris Benedict, WHO, *Mifflin- St.Joer (Works the best, fr
NTR 341 Exam 3 Study Guide
What is the definition of Diabetes Mellitus?
A group of diseases characterized by high blood glucose concentrations
resulting from defects in insulin secretion, insulin action, or both.
Insulin is produced by the beta cells in
Gastrointestinal Tract Study Guide
I. Terminology - Define the following terms:
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Stomatitis- Inflammation of the membrane in the mouth.
Xerostomia- Decreased saliva production and dry mouth, often the result of damage to
I. Terminology Define the following terms in relation to diabetes:
Dawn Phenomenon- An increase in blood glucose in the early morning, most likely due
to increased glucose production in the liver after an overnight fast.
Pediatrics Chapter Guide
I. MONTIORING GROWTH / STANDARDS
What is the Rate of Growth during:
Infancy (birth - 1yr)
An infants weight from birth will double by four months and triples by one
year. Their height will increase by 25 cent
Hypermetabolism Chapter Guide
C Reactive Protein- A protein that is released as a response to inflammation.
Curlings Ulcer- An ulceration of gastric or duodenal tissue as a result of burn or trauma.
NTR 341 Final Exam Study Guide
Oral & Dental Health
What are dental caries and how can they be prevented (in children and adults)?
What are some nutritional complications of tooth loss and dentures?
Name some oral problems related to diseases.
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