1.The term used for difficulty swallowing is:
2. Give an example of a meal that may cause an increase in symptoms for a patient with peptic ulcer disease is:
Answer: Chicken curry. or Curry Chicken.
3. Having difficulties with bowels: Dietary changes that help reduce constipation:
Answer: Increasing fluid intake.
4.A major difficulty in treating a client with hepatitis is :
Answer: The client usually has a poor appetite.
5.Nutritional therapy for gallbladder disorders includes:
Answer: Lowering your fat intake.
6.Inflammation of the tongue is:
7.Lacking secretion in the mouth causing dryness is called:
8.Dietary care for a client with gastroesophageal reflux disease includes:
Answer: Lowering dietary fat intake.
9.Bacteria associated with peptic ulcer disease is
Answer: Helicobacter pylori.
10.An intolerance to gluten is associated with
Answer: Celiac disease.
11.A characteristic of cystic fibrosis is
Answer: pancreatic insufficiency.
12.Compared with healthy children, children with cystic fibrosis need
Answer: More kilocalories.
13.Inflamed pockets of tissue lining the mucous membrane of the colon is referred to as:
14.Crohn’s disease is a type of
Answer: Inflammatory bowel disease.
15.Nutrition therapy for patients with irritable bowel syndrome includes
Answer: Eliminating food allergens and intolerances.