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Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice
What role do nurses play in nutritiona…
Nutrition screening
Role of the Joint Commission (JCAHO)
Malnutrition
- screen hospitalized patients to identify those at nutrition…
- a quick look at a few variables to identify individuals who…
- sets health-care standards and accredits health-care facili…
- "bad nutrition"... or any nutritional imbalance including over…
What role do nurses play in nutritiona…
- screen hospitalized patients to identify those at nutrition…
Nutrition screening
- a quick look at a few variables to identify individuals who…
114 terms
Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice
What role do nurses play in nutritiona…
Nutrition screening
Role of the Joint Commission (JCAHO)
Malnutrition
- screen hospitalized patients to identify those at nutrition…
- a quick look at a few variables to identify individuals who…
- sets health-care standards and accredits health-care facili…
- "bad nutrition"... or any nutritional imbalance including over…
What role do nurses play in nutritiona…
- screen hospitalized patients to identify those at nutrition…
Nutrition screening
- a quick look at a few variables to identify individuals who…
34 terms
Nutrition Nursing -- Practice Questions
The nurse is teaching a client who has…
The nurse is planning to teach a clien…
The nurse instructs a client with chro…
The nurse is conducting a dietary asse…
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3
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2
The nurse is teaching a client who has…
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The nurse is planning to teach a clien…
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Basic Nutrition for Practical Nursing
Nutrition
Nutrients
The Six Classes of Nutrients
MyPlate.gov
The Study of Nutrients and how the body utilizes the nutrient…
The substances needed for growth, maintenance, and repair of…
Carbohydrates, Fat, Protein, Water, Minerals and Vitamins
A official government website initiated in June 2011 that out…
Nutrition
The Study of Nutrients and how the body utilizes the nutrient…
Nutrients
The substances needed for growth, maintenance, and repair of…
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Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice- Chapter 1:Nutrition in Nursing Quiz
False- (The nurse is in an ideal posit…
True-(Nutritional status is loosely de…
True-(Clients may respond to the buzzw…
False-( Changes in weight may be slow…
The nurse's role in nutrition is to call the dietitian. T/F
Nutritional status is the balance between nutrient intake and…
Asking a client if he/she is on a diet may not be of much val…
Changes in weight reflect acute changes in nutritional status…
False- (The nurse is in an ideal posit…
The nurse's role in nutrition is to call the dietitian. T/F
True-(Nutritional status is loosely de…
Nutritional status is the balance between nutrient intake and…
66 terms
diet and nutrition essentials for nursing practice
nurses are in an ideal position to
how much weight would a 200 pound adul…
which of the following criteria would…
which of the following statements is a…
screen patients for risk of malnutrition
more than 10 pounds
weight change
physical signs of malnutrition are suggestive not definitive…
nurses are in an ideal position to
screen patients for risk of malnutrition
how much weight would a 200 pound adul…
more than 10 pounds
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Nursing Practice - Nutrition - Year 1
Possible causes for dysphagia?
Symptoms of Aspiration include?
Symptoms of Silent Aspiration include?
What do you hear when auscultating a p…
NEUROLOGICAL: stroke, brain injury, near drowning.... COGNITIVE…
Coughing (no cough is worse, ability/strength of cough)... Skin…
Difficulty breathing... Shallow breath... Oxygen saturation decreas…
Wheezing: inflammation... Crackles: fluid, mechanical obliterati…
Possible causes for dysphagia?
NEUROLOGICAL: stroke, brain injury, near drowning.... COGNITIVE…
Symptoms of Aspiration include?
Coughing (no cough is worse, ability/strength of cough)... Skin…
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nutrition essential for nursing practice lipids
lipids definition
how many classes of lipids?
what are the 3 classes of lipids?
triglycerides make up what percent of…
greasy substances not soluble in water composed of carbon,hyd…
3
triglycerides(fats and oil)... phospholipds... sterols(cholesterol)
98%
lipids definition
greasy substances not soluble in water composed of carbon,hyd…
how many classes of lipids?
3
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Nutrition Essential For Nursing Practice Chapter 5 Vitamins
provitamins
proteins produced by cells that cataly…
organic molecules that activate an enz…
free radicals
precursors of vitamins
enzymes
coenzymes
highly unstable, highly reactive molecular fragments with one…
provitamins
precursors of vitamins
proteins produced by cells that cataly…
enzymes
10 terms
Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice- Chapter 1:Nutrition in Nursing Quiz
False- (The nurse is in an ideal posit…
True-(Nutritional status is loosely de…
True-(Clients may respond to the buzzw…
False-( Changes in weight may be slow…
The nurse's role in nutrition is to call the dietitian. T/F
Nutritional status is the balance between nutrient intake and…
Asking a client if he/she is on a diet may not be of much val…
Changes in weight reflect acute changes in nutritional status…
False- (The nurse is in an ideal posit…
The nurse's role in nutrition is to call the dietitian. T/F
True-(Nutritional status is loosely de…
Nutritional status is the balance between nutrient intake and…
10 terms
Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice- Chapter 1:Nutrition in Nursing Quiz
False- (The nurse is in an ideal posit…
True-(Nutritional status is loosely de…
True-(Clients may respond to the buzzw…
False-( Changes in weight may be slow…
The nurse's role in nutrition is to call the dietitian. T/F
Nutritional status is the balance between nutrient intake and…
Asking a client if he/she is on a diet may not be of much val…
Changes in weight reflect acute changes in nutritional status…
False- (The nurse is in an ideal posit…
The nurse's role in nutrition is to call the dietitian. T/F
True-(Nutritional status is loosely de…
Nutritional status is the balance between nutrient intake and…
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Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice: Chapter 4-Lipids
Lipids
fats, - triglycerides, phospholipids,…
triglycerides
phospholipids
A group of water-insoluble, energy-yielding organic compounds…
Lipids are commonly referred as f_______, include t__________…
fats and oils (long-term energy storage molecules; formed dur…
e.g. Lecithin (have two, rather than three fatty acids attach…
Lipids
A group of water-insoluble, energy-yielding organic compounds…
fats, - triglycerides, phospholipids,…
Lipids are commonly referred as f_______, include t__________…
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Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 11
an ___ diet before and during pregnanc…
nutritional deficiencies during the __…
synthetic ___ ___ be consumed prior to…
CDC recommends women trybto get within…
optimal
first
folic acid
15
an ___ diet before and during pregnanc…
optimal
nutritional deficiencies during the __…
first
69 terms
Unit 1 Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice
Nutrition
Body Processes Involved with Food Use
Focus of healthcare has shifted from t…
The Art & Science of Nutrition to Prom…
Science concerned with food and its relationship to health an…
Ingestion... Absorption... Transport... Use (metabolism)... Excretion... **A…
Increases the importance of nutrition's role in health promot…
Assess current nutritional status and needs... Plan food consump…
Nutrition
Science concerned with food and its relationship to health an…
Body Processes Involved with Food Use
Ingestion... Absorption... Transport... Use (metabolism)... Excretion... **A…
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Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice- Chapter 1:Nutrition in Nursing Quiz
False- (The nurse is in an ideal posit…
True-(Nutritional status is loosely de…
True-(Clients may respond to the buzzw…
False-( Changes in weight may be slow…
The nurse's role in nutrition is to call the dietitian. T/F
Nutritional status is the balance between nutrient intake and…
Asking a client if he/she is on a diet may not be of much val…
Changes in weight reflect acute changes in nutritional status…
False- (The nurse is in an ideal posit…
The nurse's role in nutrition is to call the dietitian. T/F
True-(Nutritional status is loosely de…
Nutritional status is the balance between nutrient intake and…
10 terms
Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice- Chapter 1:Nutrition in Nursing Quiz
False- (The nurse is in an ideal posit…
True-(Nutritional status is loosely de…
True-(Clients may respond to the buzzw…
False-( Changes in weight may be slow…
The nurse's role in nutrition is to call the dietitian. T/F
Nutritional status is the balance between nutrient intake and…
Asking a client if he/she is on a diet may not be of much val…
Changes in weight reflect acute changes in nutritional status…
False- (The nurse is in an ideal posit…
The nurse's role in nutrition is to call the dietitian. T/F
True-(Nutritional status is loosely de…
Nutritional status is the balance between nutrient intake and…
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Essentials for Nursing Practice Chapter: 33 Nutrition
factors influencing nutrition in older…
factors influencing nutrition in middl…
factors influencing nutrition in adole…
factors influencing nutrition in infan…
fixed income, therapeutic diet restrictions, hard to eat due…
obesity, pregnancy, lactation, decrease physical activity, di…
concerns about body image, appearance, desire for independenc…
breastfeeding, formula use, and introduction to solid food
factors influencing nutrition in older…
fixed income, therapeutic diet restrictions, hard to eat due…
factors influencing nutrition in middl…
obesity, pregnancy, lactation, decrease physical activity, di…
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Introduction to Professional Nursing Practice Ch. 45: Nutrition
Food security
Enteral nutrition (EN)
Parenteral nutrition (PN)
Medical nutrition therapy uses nutriti…
Ensuring that food is safe, prepared correctly, availability.…
Feeding tube into the stomach
Feeding through IV direct to blood stream. Does not go throug…
Type 1 diabetes mellitus... Hypertension... Inflammatory bowel dise…
Food security
Ensuring that food is safe, prepared correctly, availability.…
Enteral nutrition (EN)
Feeding tube into the stomach
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Nutrition Essential For Nursing Practice Chapter 5 Vitamins
provitamins
proteins produced by cells that cataly…
organic molecules that activate an enz…
free radicals
precursors of vitamins
enzymes
coenzymes
highly unstable, highly reactive molecular fragments with one…
provitamins
precursors of vitamins
proteins produced by cells that cataly…
enzymes
65 terms
Nutrition Essential For Nursing Practice Chapter 5 Vitamins
provitamins
proteins produced by cells that cataly…
organic molecules that activate an enz…
free radicals
precursors of vitamins
enzymes
coenzymes
highly unstable, highly reactive molecular fragments with one…
provitamins
precursors of vitamins
proteins produced by cells that cataly…
enzymes
116 terms
Nutrition Nursing
Diet as Tolerated (DAT)
Modified Consistency Diets
Therapeutic Diets
Nutritional Supplements
physicians order this diet upon admission or after surgery an…
clear liquids progressed to full liquid, soft, regular, or th…
to prevent or treat disease
can help meet nutrient requirements to patients that don't wa…
Diet as Tolerated (DAT)
physicians order this diet upon admission or after surgery an…
Modified Consistency Diets
clear liquids progressed to full liquid, soft, regular, or th…
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Concepts for Nursing Practice - Nutrition (B VITAMINS)
b1 is also called
b2 is also called
b3 is also called
b5 is also called
thiamine
riboflavin
niacin
pantothenic acid
b1 is also called
thiamine
b2 is also called
riboflavin
65 terms
Nutrition Essential For Nursing Practice Chapter 5 Vitamins
provitamins
proteins produced by cells that cataly…
organic molecules that activate an enz…
free radicals
precursors of vitamins
enzymes
coenzymes
highly unstable, highly reactive molecular fragments with one…
provitamins
precursors of vitamins
proteins produced by cells that cataly…
enzymes
65 terms
Nutrition Essential For Nursing Practice Chapter 5 Vitamins
provitamins
proteins produced by cells that cataly…
organic molecules that activate an enz…
free radicals
precursors of vitamins
enzymes
coenzymes
highly unstable, highly reactive molecular fragments with one…
provitamins
precursors of vitamins
proteins produced by cells that cataly…
enzymes
29 terms
Basic Nutrition for Practical Nursing Part B
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
Thiamine (B1)
Riboflavin (B2)
Niacin (B3)
A water-soluble vitamin whose main functions include: aiding…
A water-soluble B Complex that is essential for the metabolis…
A water-soluble B Complex that functions primarily as a compo…
A water-soluble B Complex that plays a vital role in the rele…
Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid)
A water-soluble vitamin whose main functions include: aiding…
Thiamine (B1)
A water-soluble B Complex that is essential for the metabolis…
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Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 6 Water And Minerals
occupies essentially every space withi…
for men ages 19 to older than 70 yrs t…
for women 19 to 70 years of age the AI…
for women 19 to 70 years of age the AI…
functions of water
3.7
2.7
2.2
occupies essentially every space withi…
functions of water
for men ages 19 to older than 70 yrs t…
3.7
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Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice: Chapter 3- Nutrition and Health 2000 Protein Review
Protein (a class of energy-yielding nu…
Amino Acids (building blocks of protei…
20
9
Our bodies cannot make ______.
Proteins are composed of smaller molecules called: _____ _____.
There are a total # of _____ AA's (amino acids)
There are ____ (#) essential amino acids.
Protein (a class of energy-yielding nu…
Our bodies cannot make ______.
Amino Acids (building blocks of protei…
Proteins are composed of smaller molecules called: _____ _____.
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Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice: Chapter 2- Nutrition and Health 2000 Carbohydrates Review
Carbon, Oxygen, and Hydrogen
Monosaccharide (single "mono" molecule…
Glucose, Fructose, and Galactose
Disaccharide ("double sugar" composed…
Carbohydrates are a chemical combination of ____, ____, and _…
Simple carbohydrates are known as _______.
Examples of Monosaccharides are ___, ___, ___.
When two simple sugars are combines, the carbohydrates is cal…
Carbon, Oxygen, and Hydrogen
Carbohydrates are a chemical combination of ____, ____, and _…
Monosaccharide (single "mono" molecule…
Simple carbohydrates are known as _______.
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Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 9 Consumer Issues
sources of consumer confusion include…
the ____ - no regulatory safeguards in…
the food and supplement industry- ingr…
determining if information is ___ and…
internet
internet
nutrition facts
valid reliable
sources of consumer confusion include…
internet
the ____ - no regulatory safeguards in…
internet
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Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 7 Energy Balance
_ cal/ g for carbohydrates and protein
_ cal/g for fat
_ cal/g for alcohol
when all food consumed is measured the…
4
9
7
average
_ cal/ g for carbohydrates and protein
4
_ cal/g for fat
9
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Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice Unit 1 (Ch 1-7)
nutritional screen
malnutrition
Who is responsible for nutritional scr…
nutritional assessment
a quick look at a few variables to identify individuals who a…
literally "bad nutrition" or any nutritional imbalance includ…
Staff nurses.
An in depth analysis of a person's nutritional status. In the…
nutritional screen
a quick look at a few variables to identify individuals who a…
malnutrition
literally "bad nutrition" or any nutritional imbalance includ…
104 terms
Nursing Nutrition
Nutrition
What is a Calorie?... 1 gram protein = ... 1…
Calculate ideal body weight for indivi…
Factors that affect energy requirements
The basic component of health, essential for normal growth an…
Unit of measure for energy in food... 4 Calories... 4 Calories... 9 Ca…
Men: 106 + 6 lb for every inch over 60 in... Women: 100 + 5 lb f…
age, body mass, gender, fever, starvation, smoking, menstruat…
Nutrition
The basic component of health, essential for normal growth an…
What is a Calorie?... 1 gram protein = ... 1…
Unit of measure for energy in food... 4 Calories... 4 Calories... 9 Ca…
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Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 8 Guidelines For Healthy Eating
a healthy diet provides enough of all…
4 of the 10 leading causes of death ar…
other health problems in part are rela…
DRIs that incorporate an expanded focu…
deficiencies toxicities
cancer diabetes
obesity hypertension
...
a healthy diet provides enough of all…
deficiencies toxicities
4 of the 10 leading causes of death ar…
cancer diabetes
27 terms
Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 9 Consumer Issues
sources of consumer confusion include…
the ____ - no regulatory safeguards in…
the food and supplement industry- ingr…
determining if information is ___ and…
internet
internet
nutrition facts
valid reliable
sources of consumer confusion include…
internet
the ____ - no regulatory safeguards in…
internet
173 terms
Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice Unit 1 (Ch 1-7)
nutritional screen
malnutrition
Who is responsible for nutritional scr…
nutritional assessment
a quick look at a few variables to identify individuals who a…
literally "bad nutrition" or any nutritional imbalance includ…
Staff nurses.
An in depth analysis of a person's nutritional status. In the…
nutritional screen
a quick look at a few variables to identify individuals who a…
malnutrition
literally "bad nutrition" or any nutritional imbalance includ…
19 terms
Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 7 Energy Balance
NUMBER OF cal/ g for carbohydrates and…
NUMBER OF cal/g for fat
NUMBER OF cal/g for alcohol
Basal metabolic rate(BMR) accounts for…
4
9
7
60
NUMBER OF cal/ g for carbohydrates and…
4
NUMBER OF cal/g for fat
9
24 terms
Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 7 Energy Balance
_ cal/ g for carbohydrates and protein
_ cal/g for fat
_ cal/g for alcohol
when all food consumed is measured the…
4
9
7
average
_ cal/ g for carbohydrates and protein
4
_ cal/g for fat
9
22 terms
Nutrition Essentials for Nursing Practice (Susan G. Dudek) -Carbohydrates
Postprandial:
Glycemic Response:
Carbohydrates (CHO):
Simple Sugars:
following a meal.
the effect a food has on the blood glucose concentration; how…
a class of energy-yielding nutrients that contain only carbon…
a classification of carbohydrates that includes monosaccharid…
Postprandial:
following a meal.
Glycemic Response:
the effect a food has on the blood glucose concentration; how…
13 terms
Nursing Nutrition
Nutrition!
Nutritional Guidelines
Energy Requirements
Dietary Guidelines
Food security is critical for all members of a household.... Fo…
Healthy People 2020; Health for All (WHO)... Guidelines for die…
Basal metabolic rate—the energy needed to maintain life-susta…
Dietary reference intakes (DRIs)... Acceptable range of quantit…
Nutrition!
Food security is critical for all members of a household.... Fo…
Nutritional Guidelines
Healthy People 2020; Health for All (WHO)... Guidelines for die…
63 terms
Nursing- Nutrition
What are the kilocalorie values in the…
BMI
1 kg=
1 meter
Carbs- 4, Proteins- 4, Lipids-9, Alcohol, 7
Weight in Kilograms/ Height in meters^2
2.2 lbs
39.37
What are the kilocalorie values in the…
Carbs- 4, Proteins- 4, Lipids-9, Alcohol, 7
BMI
Weight in Kilograms/ Height in meters^2
21 terms
Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 8 Guidelines For Healthy Eating
a healthy diet provides enough of all…
4 of the 10 leading causes of death ar…
other health problems in part are rela…
DRIs that incorporate an expanded focu…
deficiencies toxicities
cancer diabetes
obesity hypertension
...
a healthy diet provides enough of all…
deficiencies toxicities
4 of the 10 leading causes of death ar…
cancer diabetes
77 terms
Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 6 Water And Minerals
occupies essentially every space withi…
for men ages 19 to older than 70 yrs t…
for women 19 to 70 years of age the AI…
for women 19 to 70 years of age the AI…
functions of water
3.7 or 15 cups
2.7 or 11 cups
2.2
occupies essentially every space withi…
functions of water
for men ages 19 to older than 70 yrs t…
3.7 or 15 cups
33 terms
Nutrition nursing
Absorption
Anorexia
Anthropometric
Aspiration
process by which drugs are transferred from the site of entry…
lack or loss of appetite for food
measurements of the body and body parts
misdirection of oropharyngeal secretions or gastric contents…
Absorption
process by which drugs are transferred from the site of entry…
Anorexia
lack or loss of appetite for food
76 terms
Nutrition in Nursing
Three components in DRI?
What does nutrition mean?
what are the energy yielding macronutr…
what are the non-energy yielding micro…
vitamins, minerals, and macronutrients -OR- Recommended Daily…
to nourish and encompass the food people eat and how it enric…
carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins
vitamins, minerals, and water
Three components in DRI?
vitamins, minerals, and macronutrients -OR- Recommended Daily…
What does nutrition mean?
to nourish and encompass the food people eat and how it enric…
77 terms
Foundations in Nursing Process and Practice 2016 - Nutrition/Feeding the Patient
A feeding tube may be given in the fol…
Auscultatory refers to
Nutrition
What are the six essential nutrients?
continuous basis, intermittent basis, gravity, infusion pump
listening
basic human need that changes across the life span and along…
water, carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals
A feeding tube may be given in the fol…
continuous basis, intermittent basis, gravity, infusion pump
Auscultatory refers to
listening
24 terms
Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 7 Energy Balance
_ cal/ g for carbohydrates and protein
_ cal/g for fat
_ cal/g for alcohol
when all food consumed is measured the…
4
9
7
average
_ cal/ g for carbohydrates and protein
4
_ cal/g for fat
9
13 terms
Nursing Nutrition
Vitamin A
Vitamin D
Vitamin E
Vitamin K
Fat soluble- Teeth, bones, soft tissue, mucus membranes, skin
Fat soluble- helps body absorb calcium, helps maintain proper…
Fat soluble- antioxidant known as tocopherol. Formation of RB…
Fat soluble- blood coagulation
Vitamin A
Fat soluble- Teeth, bones, soft tissue, mucus membranes, skin
Vitamin D
Fat soluble- helps body absorb calcium, helps maintain proper…
81 terms
Nutrition for Nursing
The elements necessary for body proces…
carbohydrates should be what percentag…
carbohydrates are the main source of f…
each gram of carbohydrates = ___ calor…
- carbohydrates... - proteins... - fat... - vitamins... - minerals... - water
45-65%
the brain, muscles, RBC & WBC production
4 calories
The elements necessary for body proces…
- carbohydrates... - proteins... - fat... - vitamins... - minerals... - water
carbohydrates should be what percentag…
45-65%
77 terms
Nutrition Essentials For Nursing Practice Chapter 6 Water And Minerals
occupies essentially every space withi…
for men ages 19 to older than 70 yrs t…
for women 19 to 70 years of age the AI…
for women 19 to 70 years of age the AI…
functions of water
3.7
2.7
2.2
occupies essentially every space withi…
functions of water
for men ages 19 to older than 70 yrs t…
3.7
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