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5 Matching questions

  1. immunosuppressants for posttransplant pt?
  2. 4 other tests for Dx
  3. respiratory quotient
  4. ESRD with DM (5)
  5. 5 types of active VitD/provitamin D
  1. a gastroparesis (difficult to manage BG), retinopathy (vision--reading labels or food lists), neuropathy, amputations, monitor CHO when hyperglycemic
  2. b ratio of CO2 expired to volume of O2 inspired (CO2/O2)--->tells us of over/underfeeding and tells us if they're mostly burning carbs, fat etc
  3. c radioallergosorbent test (RAST), skin tests, food elimination, food challenge
  4. d calcitriol, calcijex, zemplar, hectorol, rocaltrol
  5. e used to prevent acute rejection--avoid grapefruit and grapefruit juice

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. most common, hypercalciuria, high levels of Ca in urine form crystals w/ oxalate or phosphate (calcium oxalate stones and calcium phosphate stones)
  2. 3-4 g/kg/day
  3. rhubarb spinach strawberries chocolate wheat bran nuts beets tea coffee cola
  4. food allergen labeling and consumer protection act of 2004 requires labeling of foods containing milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, peanuts, treenuts, wheat and soy
  5. no

5 True/False questions

  1. 5 MNT assessments for BPDlinear growth, chronic hypoxia, GERD, dietary ntake, emotional deprivation

          

  2. Vit K needed for ____gut and bacteria

          

  3. **clinically documented cases in notes1.25-1.6 x BEE (25-30 kcal/kg/day)

          

  4. cap FEIA can test for the crazy 8 exceptcalcium, phos, altered bone metab; osteoporosis and altered Vit D; hypercalcuria from corticosteroids; supp w/ Ca, Vit D, anti-resorptive agents; increase phos, monitor serum potassium

          

  5. what 6 things increase risk of calcium stonesanimal protein, oxalate (most common), sodium, high Vit C, calcium supplements/antacids, vit D supp

          

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