Enteral Tube Feeding
Feeding Tube Placement
Parenteral Nutrition
Nutrition Support Team
Registered Dietitian
100

NG tube stands for 

What is a Nasogastric (tube)

100

Name of the feeding tube placed when an enteral feeding is needed for > 6 weeks

What is PEG, G-tube, or J-Tube

100
A method of providing nutrition through a venous route

Parenteral Nutrition

100

Who is ultimately responsible for a patient's overall parenteral nutrition care

Who is the physician

100

Minimal degree level for someone who wants to become a Registered Dietitian

What is a Bachelor's degree

200

A patient should remain elevated at a 45 degree angle after a feeding to avoid

What is aspiration

200

NG and NJ tubes are more commonly used in adult or pediatric practice

What is pediatric practice

200
The type of parenteral nutrition that allows higher glucose level administration
What is a central line
200

Educates on the most current evidence based methods for central line care

Who is the nurse practitioner

200

What is the ongoing education required for a dietitian to maintain registration

What is continuing professional education

300

Two tip placement locations for an enteral feeding tube

Stomach and Small intestine 

300

Secures tube in place within the stomach

What is a bumper

300

Which type of nutrition support feeding has a higher rate of complications

What is parenteral nutrition

300

Makes sure a patient has the proper dose of protein, carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins and minerals

Who is the Registered Dietitian

300

A dietitian who works in the hospital providing medical nutrition therapy recommendations to treat and manage a patient's clinical condition

What is a clinical dietitian

400

Type of feeding for a patient with a busy schedule

syringe/bolus

400

The PEG placement method where the feeding tube is pushed over a wire and into the stomach

What is the Push Method

400

Name the three main macronutrients dosed in parenteral nutrition

What are amino acids/protein; fats/lipids; and carbohydrates/dextrose
400

Ensures a patient has the same level of pharmaceutical care in the home as they had when in the hospital

Who is the pharmacist

400

A dietitian that has extra credentials such as CNSC

What is a dietitian with a specialty certification

500

Assessing a patient for bowel sounds is an example of

What is nursing care

500

The most common surgical PEG placement method

What is the Pull Method

500

A milky parenteral nutrition emulsion contains

What are lipids

500

Overarching focus of a nutrition support team

Providing the best nutrition care while keeping the families goals in mind

500
The dietitian head honcho

Who is the clinical dietitian manager

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