Test 2 - Nutrition, Fluid, and Electrolytes

Test 2 - Nutrition, Fluid, and Electrolytes

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High fiber diet:

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High fiber diet:

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This diet consists of whole grains, raw and dried fruits

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BMI (body mass index): Underweight

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< 18.5

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Pureed diet:

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This diet includes clear liquid diet, full liquid diet, and pureed meats and fruits

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What is chewing/swallowing difficulties called?

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dysphagia

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Diabetic diet:

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This diet is a balanced diet

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Full liquid diet:

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This diet includes clear liquid diet, dairy, and pureed vegetables

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Low sodium diet:

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This diet is characterized by 1-2 grams of salt

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Objective data definition

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This is data that is measurable such as vitals, appearance of skin, a person's affect, skin turgor, lung sounds, bowel sounds, etc

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Clear liquid diet:

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A clear liquid diet is a diet that consists of food and drinks that are clear, meaning you can see through them. Examples: clear juices, ices, hard candy, and gelatin

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BMI (body mass index): Overweight

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25 - 29.9

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BMI Equation

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weight (in kg) / [height] (m)]2

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Soft/low residue diet:

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This is a low-fiber diet (easy to digest)

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BMI (body mass index): Obesity

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30 or greater

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Disease-specific diet: Diabetic

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The patient should eat a balanced diet and avoid sugar in excess

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Low cholesterol diet:

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This diet is characterized by less than (<) 300 mg

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Regular diet:

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No restrictions

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Mechanical soft diet:

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This diet includes clear liquid diet, full liquid diet, pureed meats and fruits, and diced or ground foods

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Disease-specific diet: Renal

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The patient should eat foods with low amounts of phosphorus, sodium, and potassium

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BMI (body mass index): Normal

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18.5 - 24.9

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Subjective data definition

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This is data that the patient is reporting to you. Pain IS subjective because it cannot be measured

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Dysphagia diet:

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Take swallowing difficulties (dysphagia) into consideration and plan accordingly

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Disease-specific diet: Cardiac

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The patient should eat a low-cholesterol diet

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