Question: STION 24 Ahmad Is 40 Years Old. 168 Cm Tall And 65 Kg. He Is In Stage 3 Of Kidney Die Calculate His Energy Needs Calculate His Protein Needs What Is A Common Problem That Patients Like Ahmad Face? QUESTION 25 QUESTION 25 A 21-year-old Athlete Who Has A Nonfunctioning Gastrointestinal Tract Is Scheduled For A Gastric Way) Weds. Her Average Person His …

Question: STION 24 Ahmad Is 40 Years Old. 168 Cm Tall And 65 Kg. He Is In Stage 3 Of Kidney Die Calculate His Energy Needs Calculate His Protein Needs What Is A Common Problem That Patients Like Ahmad Face? QUESTION 25 QUESTION 25 A 21-year-old Athlete Who Has A Nonfunctioning Gastrointestinal Tract Is Scheduled For A Gastric Way) Weds. Her Average Person His …

STION 24 Ahmad is 40 years old. 168 cm tall and 65 kg. He is in stage 3 of kidney die Calculate his energy needs Calculate hi
QUESTION 25 A 21-year-old athlete who has a nonfunctioning gastrointestinal tract is scheduled for a gastric way) weds. Her a
Pun nutrition d. total parenteral nutrition QUESTION 26 A high-protein diet for a patient with nephrotic syndrome is not reco

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STION 24 Ahmad is 40 years old. 168 cm tall and 65 kg. He is in stage 3 of kidney die Calculate his energy needs Calculate his protein needs What is a common problem that patients like Ahmad face? QUESTION 25 QUESTION 25 A 21-year-old athlete who has a nonfunctioning gastrointestinal tract is scheduled for a gastric way) weds. Her average person his age, but his fluid intake has to be restricted. What would be the preferred method of feeding for this point in cebit surgery? a. clear liquids b. mechanically soft diet c. peripheral parenteral nutrition d. total parenteral nutrition QUESTION 26 A high-protein diet for a patient with nephrotic syndrome is not recommended because a. protein foods are usually high in fat b. energy requirements are decreased with nephrotic syndrome C. high protein intakes may worsen urinary protein losses and further damage the kidney d. protein needs in nephrotic syndrome are below normal values COTIANO Click Save and Submit to save and submit. Click Save All Answers to save all answers. Pun nutrition d. total parenteral nutrition QUESTION 26 A high-protein diet for a patient with nephrotic syndrome is not recommended because a. protein foods are usually high in fat b. energy requirements are decreased with nephrotic syndrome c. high protein intakes may worsen urinary protein losses and further damage the kidney d. protein needs in nephrotic syndrome are below normal values QUESTION 27 Edema that develops with acute kidney injury is most often treated with which type of medication’t a. insulin b. phosphate binders c. diuretics d. potassium-exchange resins QUESTION 28 Click Save and Submit to save and submit. Click Save All Answers to save all answers.