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Nutrition Diagnosis Terms - Clinical Etiologies

For T. Reinhard's Nutrition Care Process
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Swallowing difficulty
Dehydration
Coughing
Choking
Poor PO intake
Achalasia
Chewing difficulty
Poor dentition
Dry lips/tongue
Poor PO intake
Chemotherapy
Breastfeeding difficulty
Infant dehydration
Weight loss or Poor weight gain,
diet hx of coughing, crying, decreased feeding
< 6 wet diapers/day
Altered GI function
Abnormal digestive enzymes and fecal fat
Abdominal distension
Abnormal BS
Wasting
GI distress
GI surgery
Impaired nutrient utilization
Abnormal digestive enzymes and fecal fat
Abdominal distension
Abnormal BS
Weight loss
GI distress
GI surgery
Altered nutrition-related lab values
Various abnormal labs
GI distress
Diet hx of low intake
Food-medication interaction
Variable effects
Predicted food-medication interaction
Reports of intake expected to be problematic (e.g. fish oil
and prolonged bleeding, Coumadin and vitamin K-rich foods, High-fat diet and cholesterol-lowering meds
Iron and constipation)
Polypharmacy
Meds that require supplementation, e.g., isoniazid and B-6
Underweight
Low BMI
Diet hx of low intake
AN
Involuntary weight loss
Weight loss of 5%/1 mo or 7.5%/3 mos
Fever
Increased heart rate
Diet hx of poor intake
Medications
AIDS
Burns
COPD
Surgery
Trauma
Cancer
Infection
Hyperthyroidism
Overweight/Obesity
Increased adipose tissue
Diet hx of excess intake
Large portions
Metabolic syndrome
Depression
Meds
Involuntary weight gain
Increased adipose tissue
Edema
SOB
Meds
Cushings disease
Prader-Willi disease
Asthma
Psychiatric disorders