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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1. Weight loss
CBW/UBW x 100
120/140 x 100 = 85 = mild malnutrition