Nutrition Essentials and Diet Therapy 11th Edition Peckenpaugh Test Bank
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Peckenpaugh: Nutrition Essentials and Diet Therapy, 11th Edition
Chapter 9: Renal Disease
- In the treatment of renal disease, which of the following is recommended?
|a.||Consumption of 15 kcal/kg of body weight|
|b.||Protein intake within the range of 0.5 to 1.5 gm/kg of body weight, depending on the disorder and treatment|
|c.||200 mg of sodium per day|
|d.||Free intake of foods high in potassium|
- The general guideline for restriction of fluid with kidney failure is _____ mL plus urinary output.
|a.||500 to 1000|
- Renal disease often necessitates an increased intake of
|a.||Sugar and unsaturated fats|
|c.||Kilocalories from fruit and potatoes|
|d.||Potassium and sodium|
- Calcium oxalate kidney stone formation is related to
|a.||Oxalate intake that binds with calcium|
|b.||A low-protein intake|
|c.||A moderate calcium intake|
|d.||None of the above|
- Erythropoietin is produced in the
- Hyperlipidemia associated with renal disease that consists of elevated triglyceride levels is treated with a
|d.||None of the above|
- Dialysis is necessary when
|a.||Creatinine levels exceed 15 to 20 mg/dL|
|b.||Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) is 28 to 50 mg/dL|
|c.||Hemoglobin level is greater than 14 mg and BUN exceeds 20 mg/dL|
|d.||Creatinine level exceeds 10 to 12 mg/dL and BUN is greater than 100 mg/dL|
- A supplement of water-soluble vitamins
|a.||Is necessary in persons who undergo dialysis|
|b.||Should also include fat-soluble vitamins for dialysis needs|
|c.||Is recommended even without a physician consultation|
|d.||Is never recommended|
- Continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis
|a.||Requires attachment to a dialysis machine|
|b.||Entails filling the abdominal cavity with a fluid that has a high glucose content|
|c.||Cannot be performed during sleep|
|d.||Can never be used by persons with diabetes|
- Symptoms of uremia include
|b.||Nausea and vomiting|
- The nurse can help a patient with chronic renal disease by
|a.||Insisting on total dietary compliance|
|b.||Insisting a vitamin and mineral supplement be taken daily|
|c.||Providing positive reinforcement for dietary changes made by the patient|
|d.||None of the above|
- Cranberry juice is recommended during renal failure because it is
|a.||High in acid|
|b.||Low in protein, potassium, and phosphorus|
|c.||High in vitamin C|
- Intake of which of the following substances is sometimes liberalized because of the hypotension involved in nephrotic syndrome?
- Health-care professionals who work with children with renal disease should
|a.||Force the children to eat to promote growth|
|b.||Not worry if a child with renal disease does not eat|
|c.||Provide large portions so that the children can eat what they want|
|d.||Make mealtimes pleasant and fun|
Match the term with the appropriate definition.
- A condition of protein found in urine
- Excreted protein material
- Decreased urinary output
- Lack of urinary excretion
- A laboratory value used to assess kidney functioning
- ANS: C
- ANS: E
- ANS: B
- ANS: A
- ANS: D