Nutrition in Neuro-Rehab Quiz
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The following patient is being cared for on your unit;
- 55 year old woman – subarachnoid haemorrhage. 60kg
- The Dietitian has recommended nutritional requirements of 2000kcals, 75g protein/day
- The food chart shows the following:
Breakfast: refused diet, 1 x cup of tea
Lunch: 1 x puree beef casserole, 1 x puree rice pudding
Evening: ½ portion of puree chicken casserole, 1 x yoghurt
2 further cups of tea and ½ jug of water during the day
Do you think this patient is meeting their nutritional needs?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following are useful tools to encourage and monitor patients with poor intake, tick all which apply.CorrectIncorrect
You notice a patient has loosely fitted clothes and has been refusing some meals, what would you do? Check all that apply.CorrectIncorrect
Sort the following drinks in order of calories, highest to lowest.
200ml Orange Juice
Cup of Tea
Can of Cola
200ml of no-added sugar orange squash
Which of the following are useful tips for a patient with metallic taste changes?CorrectIncorrect
Thinking of the following food groups;
Carbohydrates (potatoes, bread, rice, pasta and other starchy foods such as cereals)
Fruit and vegetables
Protein (Beans, pulses, fish, eggs, meat and other protein sources)
What are the recommended food portion sizes within a cooked meal for weight loss?CorrectIncorrect
Place the following snacks in order from lowest calorie to highest.
1 x slice of toast with butter and jam
Rice pudding pot
Low calorie yoghurt
1 x chocolate digestive biscuit
You are looking after a patient who has some memory problems. Their family come to visit and report the patient has asked them to bring in food in the evening as they don’t eat the evening meal provided by the unit. You notice the patient is eating this and seems to not remember doing so.
What could you do to help this patient? Check all which apply;CorrectIncorrect