SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISE, LESSON 5
Food fads and fallacies.
Cultural heritage/religion. (paras 5-2a--f)
The forced menu of available foods.
The forced eating schedule.
Isolation from family and significant others.
Restriction in activity. (paras 5-5a--d)
Any four of the following are correct.
The disease process.
Anxiety about his/her illness.
Changes in usual activity level.
Loneliness. (paras 5-6a--f)
The effect of the disease on metabolism.
The disease may cause problems with absorption.
Treatment may cause problems with intake, digestion, or absorption.
Anxiety and stress may reduce the patient's appetite. (paras 5-7a--d)
Dietitian; hospital food service specialist. (para 5-8f)
Be familiar with the diet prescription and its therapeutic purpose.
Relate the diet to body function and the condition being treated.
Be able to explain the general principles of the diet to the patient.
Help plan for the patient's continued care. (paras 5-9a--d)
To maintain or improve nutritional status.
To improve nutritional deficiencies.
To maintain, increase, or decrease body weight.
To alleviate stress to certain organs or to the whole body.
To eliminate food substances to which the patient may be allergic.
To adjust diet composition in order to aid digestion, metabolism, or excretion of
certain nutrients or substances. (paras 5-10a--e)
Advanced full liquid. (para 5-11c)