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Point System Percentage Meal Intake: Adding Up the Points. Presentation created by Kathleen Mershon, RD, Clinical Nutrition Manager, San Joaquin Community Hospital. Review Date 8/08 G-0746. How to Calculate Patient Meal Percentage Intake.

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Point System PercentageMeal Intake: Adding Up the Points

Presentation created by Kathleen Mershon, RD, Clinical Nutrition Manager, San Joaquin Community Hospital

Review Date 8/08 G-0746


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How to Calculate Patient Meal Percentage Intake

  • Water, tea, coffee, and condiments (ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise) do not count

  • Butter counts with the bread

  • All other food items are given 1 point

  • All or ¾ of a particular food item=1 point

  • If the patient eats ½ of a food item=½ point

  • If the patient eats ≤¼ of a food item=0 points

  • Count the points eaten

  • Divide by the total items on the tray

After viewing entire presentation, click here to begin quiz.


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Adding Up the Points

4

  • Total Items on Tray

5

  • Example:

  • 5 items on tray

  • (two potato wedges=1 serving)

1

3

2

  • Tip: Use the Tray Ticket to count how many items were served.


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Doing the Math

Of the 5 items on the tray:

  • ¾ of potato wedges=1

  • All of chicken=1

  • All of banana=1

  • ½ broccoli

  • ½ milk

Do the math

1+1+1+½+½=4

4/5=80%


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Adding It Up!

Questions

Click here if you want to review before the quiz.



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Example #1

  • ¾ of the mushroom chicken=?

  • ½ of the mashed potatoes with gravy=?

  • None of the wax beans=?

  • ½ of the bread with butter=?

  • None of the rice pudding=?

  • All of the grapes=?

  • ½ of the vegetables=?

  • None of the crackers=?

  • All of the apple juice=?

  • All of the iced tea=?


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Example #1

Answer

1. ¾ of the mushroom chicken=1

2. ½ of the mashed potatoes with gravy=½

3. None of the wax beans=0

4. ½ of the bread with butter=½

5. None of the rice pudding=0

6. All of the grapes=1

7. ½ of the vegetables=½

8. None of the crackers=0

9. All of the apple juice=1

10. All of the iced tea=?

(click to view answer)

Total Points=4.5

Divide by Total Items=9

4.5/9=50%

Why only 9, not 10?

Click here Bonus #1

What is the point value for the iced tea?


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Bonus #1

Answer #1

Remember:

Water, tea, coffee, and condiments (ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise) do not count.

Click Example #2 to continue with the quiz.


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Example #2

  • Sips of the broth=?

  • None of the tossed salad=?

  • ¾ of the enchilada casserole=?

  • None of the spinach=?

  • All of the roll=?

  • All of the applesauce=?

  • Sips of the milk=?

  • TOTAL to record=?


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Example #2

1.Sips of the broth=0

2. None of the tossed salad=0

3. ¾ of the enchilada casserole=1

4. None of the spinach=0

5. All of the roll=1

6. All of the applesauce=1

7. Sips of the milk=0

Answer

(click to view answer)

Total Points=3

Divide by Total Items=7

3/7=43%


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Example #3

All of the strained soup=?

All of the custard=?

All of the broth=?

All of the coffee=?

¼ of the milk=?

TOTAL to record=?


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Example #3

Answer

1. All of the strained soup=1

2. All of the custard=1

3. All of the broth=1

4. All of the coffee=0

5. ¼ of the milk=0

(click to view answer)

Total Points=3

Divide by Total Items=4*

3/4=75%

*Why only 4 and not 5?

Click Bonus #2for the answer.


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Bonus #2

Answer #2

Water, tea, coffee, and condiments (ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise) do not count.


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Let’s Recap

  • Water, tea, coffee, and condiments (ketchup, mustard, and mayonnaise) do not count

  • Butter counts with the bread

  • All other food items are given 1 point

  • All or ¾ of a particular food item=1 point

  • If the patient eats ½ of a food item=½ point

  • If the patient eats ≤¼ of a food item=0 points

  • Count the points eaten

  • Divide by the total items on the tray


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1/4=25%

1/5=20%

1/6=17%

1/7=14%

1/8=13%

1.5/4=38%

1.5/5=30%

1.5/6=25%

1.5/7=21%

1.5/8=19%

2/4=50%

2/5=40%

2/6=33%

2/7=29%

2/8=25%

2.5/4=63%

2.5/5=50%

2.5/6=42%

2.5/7=36%

2.5/8=31%

3/4=75%

3/5=60%

3/6=50%

3/7=43%

3/8=38%

3.5/4=88%

3.5/5=70%

3.5/6=58%

3.5/7=50%

3.5/8=44%

4/4=100%

4/5=80%

4/6=67%

4/7=57%

4/8=50%

4.5/5=90%

4.5/6=75%

4.5/7=64%

4.5/8=56%

5/5=100%

5/6=83%

5/7=71%

5/8=63%

5.5/6=92%

5.5/7=79%

5.5/8=69%

6/6=100

6/7=86%

6/8=75%

6.5/7=93%

6.5/8=81%

7/7=100%

7/8=88%

7.5/8=94%

8/8=100%

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