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22 Cards in this Set

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DSM-IV eating disorders?
Anorexia Nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, partial clinical syndromes
Food avoidance emotional disorder?
Occurs in children, refusal of food for emotional reasons
Normal eating?
eating mostly driven by hunger and satiety, eating at mostly normal intervals, with flexibility
Bulimia Nervosa?
Compulsive eating followed by compensatory behavior
Binge eating Disorder
Compulsive eating, no purging, accompanied by feeling of being out of control, guilt, shame depresion
Chronological order f Eating disorders?
Feeding disorders, Selective eating, food avoidence emotional disorder, anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, Binge eating disorder
Epidemiology of Anorexia Nervosa?
1% of white females, age of onset is 14-18, F:M(10-20:1)
Epidemiology of Bulemia Nervosa?
3-4% of college age women present in diverse socioeconomical groups
Prevalence of Binge Eating Disorder?
16-30% of patients seeking treatment for obesity
anorexia nervosa- psychological profile?
Self worth defined by external things, high expectations, emotionally overcontrolled, obsessional, introverted
Risk factors for eating disorders?
Family history, substance abuse, problems with boundaries, not understanding families, anxious, compulsive, perfectionist, low self-esteem
Risk factors for anorexia nervosa?
Obsessive compulsive tendencies, perfectionist, self criticism
Risk factors for bulimia nervosa?
Impulsivity, self-criticism, affective instability
Unhealthy coping mechanism for stress?
Not sleeping, substance abuse, resticting food or overeating, overexercise, unhealthy relatinships
Precipitating factors for eating disorder?
Adolescence, life events, percieved loss, percieved ego attacks
Sustaining factors in eating disorders?
Biological(effects of starvation on brain), Psychological(power and control, rebellion, dissociation, regression, self injury, self-definition
Symptoms of caloric Malnutrition?
Cold intolerance, near syncope, lethargy, dry skin, hair loss, constipation, Lanugo type hair
Symptoms of Bulimia nervosa?
dental problems, Parotid gland enlargment
Fluid and electrolyte abnormalities With eating disorders?
Cardiovascular complications With eating disorders?
sinus bradycardia, decrease voltage, prolonged QT, arrhythmias, mitral prolapse
Causes of sudden death with eating disorders?
Esophageal/ gastric rupture, ventricular arrhythmias, refeeding hypophosphatemia
Chronic medical complications of eating disorders?
Growth retardation, pubertal arrest, amenorrhea, impaired acquisition of peak bone mass, cerebral atrophy, chronic renal tubular disease