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5 Matching questions

  1. solubility of uric acid depends on
  2. 4 food intolerances
  3. what's a food hypersensitivity? It's induced by why two things?
  4. nephrolithiasis
  5. K levels can increase if what aren't controlled?
  1. a solid mass caused by solidification or precipitation of a dissolved substance in the urine--forms from crystals in urine
  2. b adverse food reaction mediated by IgE immunologic mechanism; induced by cell-mediated or immune-complex disease
  3. c food additives, sulfites, CHO intolerance, histamines
  4. d blood glucose
  5. e urine pH, volume and excretion

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. our immune systems are not exposed properly because of our clean society
  2. alveoli--rapid growth
  3. chronic GI problems (n/v/d or anorexia), wt loss 10-15%/6 months, <90% IBW, alb <3.4 g/L
  4. 90
  5. progressive disease that limits airflow through either inflammation of the lining of bronchial tubes or destruction of alveoli

5 True/False questions

  1. energy needs w/ copdprogressive disease that limits airflow through either inflammation of the lining of bronchial tubes or destruction of alveoli

          

  2. 5 types of active VitD/provitamin Dactive form (calcitriol) and helps w/ Ca absorp in gut

          

  3. why would someone get nephrotic syndrome?continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT--comparable to continuous dialysis) and oral nutrition preferred if possible (EN, PPN, TPN may be necessary)

          

  4. hypersensitivity most common at what age1-2 years

          

  5. 8 other factors of kidney disease/anemiachanges in brain fx, LVH, malnutrition, cardiomegaly, immunity changes, decreased sexual fx, decreased QOL, higher mortality