Ms. S complains of morning sickness. The nurse instructs her to: a. Eat breakfast later in the…

Ms. S complains of morning sickness. The nurse instructs her
to:

a. Eat breakfast later in the morning b. Drink at least two
glasses of liquid with every meal c. Increase her intake of whole-grain breads
and cereals to 2 ounces per meal d. Drink a large glass of skim milk at bedtime

A nurse in a clinic would identify which of the following infants as needing additional assessment..

A nurse in a clinic would identify which of the following
infants as needing additional assessment of growth?

a. Baby girl A, 4 months old, birth weight 7 lb 6 oz,
present weight 14 lb 14 oz b. Baby boy B, 2 weeks old, birth weight 6 lb 10 oz,
present weight 6 lb 11 oz c. Baby boy C, 6 months old, birth weight 8 lb 8 oz,
present weight 14 lb 8 oz d. Baby girl D, 2 months old, birth weight 7 lb 2 oz,
present weight 9 lb 10 oz

Which of the following are advantages of breast milk that formula does not provide? a. Less fat and.

Which of the following are advantages of breast milk that
formula does not provide?

a. Less fat and cholesterol

b. More antibodies and digestive enzymes

c. More fluoride and iron

d. More vitamin C and vitamin D

Which of the following foods would be appropriate for a 6-month-old infant? a. Cocoa-flavored wheat.

Which of the following foods would be appropriate for a
6-month-old infant?

a. Cocoa-flavored wheat cereal, orange juice, and strained
chicken

b. Graham crackers, strained prunes, and stewed tomatoes

c. Infant rice cereal, mashed banana, and strained squash

d. Mashed potatoes, strained beets, and chopped hard-cooked
egg

Families should be encouraged to provide fortified whole milk for children until the age of a. 18…

Families should be encouraged to provide fortified whole
milk for children until the age of

a. 18 months

b. 2 years

c. 36 months

d. 4 years

Which of the following individuals is at greatest nutritional risk? a. 3-month-old infant being fed.

Which of the following individuals is at greatest
nutritional risk?

a. 3-month-old infant being fed commercial formula b.
3-year-old child who drinks 3 cups of milk a day c. 8-year-old child who eats
four chocolate chip cookies and drinks two glasses of milk after school d.
16-year-old girl who is pregnant and attempting weight loss

Mrs. T is having her 2-month-old son checked in the well-baby clinic. She tells the nurse that the..

Mrs. T is having her 2-month-old son checked in the
well-baby clinic. She tells the nurse that the baby is not sleeping through the
night yet. Mrs. T’s mother advised her to start the infant on cereal to “fill
him up” at bedtime. Which of the following statements by the mother would
indicate to the nurse the need for further teaching?

a. “My baby can have solids at 6 months.” b. “Most babies
sleep through the night by age 3 months.” c. “I will put the infant cereal into
a bottle and enlarging the nipple hole.” d. “I understand that early
introduction of foods may increase the risk for allergies.”

Ms. C has given a 24-hour dietary recall for her 18-month-old son. The nurse is alert to identify…

Ms. C has given a 24-hour dietary recall for her
18-month-old son. The nurse is alert to identify common causes of choking. To
avoid choking accidents, which of the following groups of foods would be
considered safest for a toddler?

a. Apple quarters, green beans, and chicken noodle casserole
b. Grapes, carrot strips, and macaroni and cheese c. Diced peaches, mashed
potatoes, and spaghetti d. Watermelon chunks, cheese-stuffed celery, and sliced
frankfurters

Ms. K has delivered a 3-lb 8-oz premature infant. She had planned to breastfeed. On which of the…

Ms. K has delivered a 3-lb 8-oz premature infant. She had
planned to breastfeed. On which of the following statements should the nurse
base her teaching?

a. Human breast milk can be specially fortified for
premature infants to increase its nutritive value. b. Because of their larger
proportion of body weight as water, premature infants need supplemental water
after every feeding. c. Formula feeding is advisable because room temperature
feedings are better absorbed than those at body temperature. d. Breastfeeding a
premature infant offers no advantage to the infant and is difficult for the
mother because of the necessary supplements.

The RDA/AI for which of the following nutrients is increased for older adults compared with younger.

The RDA/AI for which of the following nutrients is increased
for older adults compared with younger ones?

a. Sodium

b. Calcium

c. Vitamin C

d. Vitamin K