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5 Matching questions

  1. Folic Acid (Vitamin B9)
  2. Ferrous Fumarate
  3. Ergocalciferol
  4. Vitamin D
  5. IRON
  1. a Used for the prevention of neural tube defects, reduces the side effects of LOW DOSE MTX
  2. b 33% elemental Iron
  3. c VITAMIN C AIDS IN ? ABSORPTION
  4. d the RDA of ? is 600 IU a day for those 9-70 years old. Upper limit is 4000 IU daily.
  5. e 50,000 IU a day, also known as vitamin D2. Is LESS THAN ONE THIRD potent as the D3 derivative

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 14.3% elemental zinc g_______. Recommended for chronic use due to cadmium od
  2. may prevent diabetes in at risk children, may increase levels of anticonvulsants
  3. Deficiency not uncommon in the US (Blacks, Olds, Women)
  4. in fruits and vegetables. Carotenoid, Provatiamin. high levels can turn skin yellow. Labels usually combine this and retinol when calculating total vitamin A
  5. Phytonadione used for warfarin toxicity, reverses anticoagulant

5 True/False questions

  1. IncreasedStudies found no effect of _ ____s of vitamin C on the alleviation of cold symptoms, but found it just increased side effects

          

  2. TransLycopene is in the ? form. FOUND IN FRESH FRUITS AND VEGGIES

          

  3. Zinc SulfateType of zinc that has 23% of elemental zinc (s____)

          

  4. RetinolPreformed (dietary products/liver) Retinyl Palmitate and Retinyl Acetate

          

  5. SeleniumDecreased absorption of Iron, ZINC, MAGNESIUM. Only Clinically significant in patients with deficiences