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Kcal for carbs
4
Kcal for proteins
4
kcal for lipids
9
Kcal for alcohol
7
how much water/day
2L
hyponatremia
sodium <136 mEq/l
hypernatremia
sodium > 145 mEq/l
most common cause of delirium in older adults
hyponatremia
normal triglyceride levels
<150
borderline high triglyceride
150-199
high triglyceride
200-499
very high triglyceride
500+
normal total cholesterol
<200
boderline risk total cholesterol
200-239
high risk cholesterol
240+
what HDL level presents high risk for heart disease in men?
<40 mg/dL
what HDL level presents high risk for heart disease in women?
<50 mg/dL
optimal LDL
<100
near optimal/above optimal LDL
100-129
borderline high LDL
130-159
high LDL
160-189 mg/dL
very high LDL
190 mg/dL +
total fat should comprise
25-35% of total calories
sat fat should comprise
<10% of total calories
polyunsaturated fat should comprise
about 10% of total calories
monounsaturated fat should comprise
20% of total calores
carbs should comprise
50-60% of total calories
daily fiber in g
20-30g
protein should comprise
15% of total calories
daily intake of cholesterol
<200 mg.day
recommended calcium per day
1500-2000 mg
>50% of stroke patients have what condition that affects nutrition?
dysphagia
what is the most profound and dangerous threat for patients with dysphagia
aspiration
total body fat % for athlete men
6-13%
total body fat % for athlete women
16-20%
total body fat % for fitness men
14-17%
total body fat % for fitness women
21-24%
total body fat % acceptable men
18-25%
total body fat % acceptable women
25-31%
obese body fat % men
25%+
total body fat % obese women
32%+
underweight BMI
<18.5
normal weight BMI
18.5-24.9
overweight BMI
25.0-29.9
obesity BMI
30.0-39.9
extreme obesity BMI
40+
Leading cause of death
cardiovascular disease
2nd most common cause of disability in the USA
Cardiovascular disease
normal BP
<120,<80
prehypertension BP
120-139, or 80-89
stage 1 hypertension BP
140-159 or 90-99
stage 2 hypertension BP
160+ or 100+
people with diabetes need to keep BP below
130/80
death rate for CHD
196 per 100000
MOst common neurological disorder
transient ischemic attack (TIA) or stroke
3rd most common cause of death
stroke
oxytocin dose
i tab q12h for pain >4/10
morphine dose
10 mg q4h prn for moderate to severe pain
ex. of nonopioid
acetaminophen
acetaminophen can be taken up to
2000-3000mg per day
stage 1 hypertension BP
140-159 or 90-99
stage 2 hypertension BP
160+ or 100+
people with diabetes need to keep BP below
130/80
death rate for CHD
196 per 100000
MOst common neurological disorder
transient ischemic attack (TIA) or stroke
3rd most common cause of death
stroke
oxytocin dose
i tab q12h for pain >4/10
morphine dose
10 mg q4h prn for moderate to severe pain
ex. of nonopioid
acetaminophen
acetaminophen can be taken up to
2000-3000mg per day