Clinical Assessment Study Set 1

Medicine

Quiz 18 :
Nutritional Assessment of Patients With Respiratory Disease

Quiz 18 :
Nutritional Assessment of Patients With Respiratory Disease

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What gas is required for optimum production of adenosine triphosphate (ATP)?
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D

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Which of the following is an indicator of the energy requirements of the patient?
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C

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Measuring the patient's energy expenditure with the use of oxygen consumption is referred to as _____ calorimetry.
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B

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What element must be stored in sufficient quantities to meet the metabolic demands of the diaphragm?
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Which of the following is a pulmonary effect of starvation?
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Which of the following might hinder attempts at nutritional repletion in patients with respiratory disease? 1) The use of bronchodilators 2) Simple oxygen therapy 3) Intubation 4) Deep breathing and cough exercises
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Which of the following is true about anaerobic metabolism? 1) It can cause metabolic alkalosis. 2) It results in excess lactate production. 3) It results in excess production of carbon dioxide. 4) It is a very inefficient method of producing ATP.
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What is the RQ value of a patient eating a pure carbohydrate diet?
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Of which of the following components should the majority of dietary intake be made up?
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Which of the following may be more difficult with a high-carbohydrate diet?
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What dietary adjustment might be best for patients with more severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)?
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What is nitrogen balance useful in determining?
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Which of the following is associated with a low-protein diet?
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Which of the following are associated with a high-fat diet? 1) Increased risk of heart disease 2) Decreased tissue oxygenation 3) Decreased DLCO 4) Increased carbon dioxide production
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What mineral plays an important role in oxygen transport?
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What method of nutritional delivery is considered the least efficient?
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Which of the following are associated with increased metabolism? 1) Severe burns 2) Severe infection 3) Multiple traumas 4) Hypothyroidism
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Which of the following might indicate poor nutritional status?
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What test is most useful for screening a patient for protein malnutrition?
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How does the cachectic patient appear physically?
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