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How do you assess a client’s nutrition?. Changes in Appetite/symptoms that interfere with proper nutritional intake Clinical signs of malnutrition including lab work Albumin 3.5-5.0 Hbg Fe 12-15, Male 13-17, Child 11-16 Cholesterol- < 200, LDL < 100, HDL >40 Triglycerides< 150

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How do you assess a client s nutrition

How do you assess a client’s nutrition?

  • Changes in Appetite/symptoms that interfere with proper nutritional intake

  • Clinical signs of malnutrition including lab work

  • Albumin 3.5-5.0

  • Hbg Fe 12-15, Male 13-17, Child 11-16

  • Cholesterol- < 200, LDL < 100, HDL >40 Triglycerides< 150

  • Glucose- 60- 126


How do you assess a client s nutrition1

How do you assess a client’s nutrition?

  • Ideal Body Weight

  • Females- 5 ft--100 lb. + 5 lb./inch

  • 5’4 = 120 lb

  • Males- 5 ft--106 lb. + 6 lb./inch

  • 5’4 = 130 lb


How do you assess a client s nutrition2

How do you assess a client’s nutrition?

1. Weight loss

CBW/UBW x 100

120/140 x 100 = 85 = mild malnutrition


How do you assess a client s nutrition3

How do you assess a client’s nutrition?

  • Body Mass Index

  • 19-25 normal

  • compares well to body fat

  • used to screen population to detect risk of health or nutritional disorder

  • A high BMI is predictive of CV disease


How do you assess a client s nutrition4

How do you assess a client’s nutrition?

  • Dietary Needs related to age

  • Calcium/osteoporosis

  • child- 800 mg

  • adolescent -1300 mg

  • adult- 1000-1500


How do you assess a client s nutrition toddler

How do you assess a client’s nutrition? Toddler

  • 900-1800 cal

  • common deficiences- iron, calcium, C & A


How do you assess a client s nutrition adolescent

How do you assess a client’s nutrition? Adolescent

  • Increased need for

  • protein, calories, calcium, iron, B & D


How do you assess a client s nutrition5

How do you assess a client’s nutrition?

  • Dietary Guidelines r/t Cancer Prevention

  • Heart Healthy Diet

  • Cholesterol- animal fats

  • saturated fats-animal fats, tropical oils,

  • margerine

  • monounsaturated fats- olive oil, nuts

  • polyunsaturated fats- vegetable oils, fish

  • Diabetic Diet


How do you assess a client s nutrition6

How do you assess a client’s nutrition?

  • Dietary Patterns, 24 hr food recall

  • How do you know if it’s “good”?


Two approaches to the pyramid

Two Approaches to the Pyramid


Areas for improvement

Areas for Improvement

  • Each member

  • Compare to food pyramid

  • Compare to dietary guidelines of age, risk factors, disease


Factors affecting diet changes

Facilitators

Grandma

Dad

Son

Daughter

Barriers

Grandma

Dad

Son

Daughter

Factors affecting diet changes


How would you approach dietary teaching for the samples family

How would you approach dietary teaching for the Samples family?

  • To whom?

  • Teaching aids?


Benefits of exercise

Benefits of Exercise

  • Grandma

  • Dad

  • Mom


Factors affecting exercise plan

Facilitators

Grandma

Dad

Mom

Barriers

Grandma

Dad

Mom

Factors affecting exercise plan


Exercise plan

Exercise Plan

  • Grandma

  • Dad

  • Mom


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