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Nutrition Red Flags. Use ChildPlus and your best judgment to identify nutrition concerns. Please call, email, or write a referral to the dietitian if one is found. Growth Assessment. Hemoglobin/ Hematocrit. A “failed” growth assessment is a BMI at: 95% or higher 4% or below.

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nutrition red flags
Nutrition Red Flags

Use ChildPlus and your best judgment to identify nutrition concerns. Please call, email, or write a referral to the dietitian if one is found.

Growth Assessment

Hemoglobin/Hematocrit

  • A “failed” growth assessment is a BMI at:
  • 95% or higher
  • 4% or below
  • A “failed” event is a:
  • Hemoglobin below 11.0
  • Hematocrit below 34%

Diet History

A “failed” event is includes:

A food allergy or medical concern

A special diet due to religion or culture

Consumption of non-food items (dirt, chalk, paper, etc)

Parent wishes to speak to Dietitian

ASQ:SE

Notify dietitian of nutrition issues such as stuffing food in mouth, inadequate food intake, or other parental concerns regarding child’s diet

Doctor’s Note & Physical

Notify dietitian of diagnosed condition:

Obesity

Anemia

Food allergy or intolerance

Megan Smith, MS, RD, LD

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