EZ: Meals & diet. CA LVN NCLEX

This set is of meals & diets & what to eat & what to not eat when a Pt has a certain condition.
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A Pt. w/Pancreatitis is able to eat this meal:
Diced chicken, mashed potatoes, and peas.
A Pt. w/Pancreatitis is NOT able to eat this meal:
Steak, french fries, & creamed onions.
A Pt. w/Pancreatitis is NOT able to eat this meal:
A peanut butter sandwich, potato chips, & orange slices.
A Pt. w/Pancreatitis is NOT able to eat this meal:
A diet w/an incomplete protein (ie: Veggies) (the Pt needs a complete protein).
A Pt. w/Pancreatitis is able to eat this meal:
A diet high in carbs, low fat, and a low-fat protein. Chicken is a low-fat protein.
A Pt. w/Pancreatitis is NOT able to eat this meal:
A diet that contains a high-fat protein (ie: Steak, French fries, and creamed onions).
A Pt. w/Pancreatitis is NOT able to eat this meal:
An egg salad sandwich, sausage gumbo, and ice tea. (The eggs are high in fat and protein & the sausage is high in fat).
A Pt. w/Hypothyroidism gets this kind of diet:
Low in calories, cholesterol, & saturated fat.
A Pt. w/Stomatitis should eat:
A soft bland diet w/cool foods. ie: Cherry Jello w/banana bits.
These foods irritate the mucosa in Pts. w/Stomatitis:
Spicy foods (BBQ chicken, homemade veggie soup) and crunchy foods (fried chicken, crackers).
Manifestations of deficiencies of this vitamin in Pernicious Anemia include: General anemia, peripheral neuropathy, & loss of balance (d/t subacute degereration of the spinal cord):
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