A nurse is performing a nutrition assessment on a client. Which of the following clinical findings are
suggestive of malnutrition? Select all that apply.
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Poor wound healing
Weak hand grips
Blood pressure 130/80 mm Hg
- Poor wound healing
Weak hand grips
A nurse is teaching a group of female clients about risk factors for developing osteoporosis. Which of the
following risk factors should the nurse include? Select all that apply.
- Family history
A nurse is educating a client who has anemia about dietary intake of iron. Which of the following is a
non-heme source of iron?
- Dried beans
A nurse is discussing how the body processes food with a client during a routine provider's visit. Which
of the following statements should the nurse include?
The liver converts unused glucose into glycogen.
The body uses glycogen for fat before using available ATP.
Glycerol can be broken down into glucose for use by the body.
Excess fatty acids are stored in the muscle tissue
- The liver converts unused glucose into glycogen.
A nurse is conducting a nutrition class at a local community center. Which of the following information
should the nurse include in the teaching?
Limit cholesterol consumption to 400 mg/day.
Progress toward limiting saturated fat to 7% of total daily intake.
Normal functioning cardiac systems depend upon B-complex vitamins.
Good bowel function requires 35 g/day of fiber for females.
- Progress toward limiting saturated fat to 7% of total daily intake.
A charge nurse is conducting a nutritional class for a group of newly licensed nurses regarding basal
metabolic rate (BMR). The charge nurse should inform the class that which of the following factors
increases BMR? Select all that apply.
Age older than 60 years
A school nurse is teaching a group of students how to read food labels. Which of the following is a
required component of food labels that the nurse should include in the teaching? Select all that apply [Show Less]