91.What the body weight (kg) of the “reference” adult female?
92.Which : 1401518.
91.What is the body weight (kg) of the “reference” adult female?
92.Which of the following methods is used to detect nutrient deficiencies?
b.nutrient stages identification
c.overt symptoms identification
d.outward manifestations assessment
93.As a registered dietitian at Jones Hospital, what nutrition assessment procedures would you recommend to assess the nutritional status of a new patient?
a.diet history, food likes and dislikes, allergies, favourite family recipes
b.diet history, anthropometric data, physical examinations, food likes and dislikes
c.diet history will provide sufficient information
d.diet history, anthropometric data, physical examinations, laboratory tests
94.Which of the following is an anthropometric measure?
c.blood iron level
d.food portion size
95.Inspection of hair, eyes, skin, and posture is part of the nutrition assessment component known as which of the following?
96.Which of the following approaches is used to identify abnormal functions inside the body due to a nutrient deficiency?
97.Which of the following represents the usual sequence of stages in the development of a nutrient deficiency resulting from inadequate intake?
a.declining nutrient stores, abnormal functions within the body, and overt signs
b.abnormal functions within the body, declining nutrient stores, and overt signs
c.abnormal functions within the body, overt signs, and declining nutrient stores
d.declining nutrient stores, overt signs, and abnormal functions within the body
98.Which of the following would most likely lead to a primary nutrient deficiency?
a.inadequate nutrient intake
b.reduced nutrient absorption
c.increased nutrient excretion
d.increased nutrient destruction
99.What type of deficiency is caused by inadequate absorption of a nutrient?
100.Which of the following features best identifies a subclinical nutrient deficiency?
a.It shows overt signs.
b.It is in the early stages.
c.It shows resistance to treatment.
d.It causes side effects that can be treated without medical intervention.