Enteral Nutrition
Parenteral Nutrition
Nursing Care
Modified Diets
Allergies/Safety
100

Perfectly balanced formulas that is transported directly into the stomach via a tube

What is Enteral Nutrition?

100

Type of nutrition that comes with more complications than enteral nutrition

What is parenteral nutrition? 

100

The type(s) of nutrition that requires the nurse to ensure the feeding tubes are in place

What is Enteral & Parenteral Nutrition? 

100

Type of diet that has no restrictions and able to eat solids

What is a Regular Diet?

100

Caused by the release of histamine and serotonin

What is a True Food Allergy? 

200

PEG stands for

What is Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastronomy? 

200

Type of parenteral nutrition that have high risk for infection (through the veins and arms)

What is Peripheral Parenteral Nutrition? 

200

For both enteral and parenteral nutrition the nurse must monitor the ____&______

What is the Ins and Outs? 

200

Type of diet that has a pudding like consistency

What is a Level 1 Diet/ Pureed Diet?

200

These two things are important to prevent food borne illness (food poisoning)

What is Personal hygiene and Hand washing?

300

Tube located in the nose that goes through the throat and to the stomach

What is a NG tube?

300

Type of parenteral nutrition that is given through a catheter in the vena cava and right atrium of the heart

What is Total Parenteral Nutrition?

300

Type of nutrition in which the nurse must assess for bowel sounds

What is Enteral Nutrition? 

300

Nutrients and ________ are important in modified diets

What is Textures? 

300

A nonallergic reaction; may be caused by toxic, drugs, or conditions (such as lactose)

What is Food Intolerance? 

400

The bed should be placed at a 45 degree angle to prevent...

What is aspiration?

400

Type of parenteral nutrition that can administer high levels of glucose 

What is the Central Line? 

400

Type of nutrition the nurse must monitor glucose levels and check for signs/symptoms of infection 

What is Parenteral Nutrition? 

400

Type of diet that must be soft in texture and require meats to be cut into small pieces

What is Level 3 diet/ Mechanical Soft Diet? 

400

Occurs when two or more individuals have the same symptoms over the same period (nausea, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, fever, chills, headaches)

What is a Foodborne Outbreak? 

500

Syndrome associated with the disadvantages of enteral nutrition 

What is Dumping Syndrome? 

500

A complication of parenteral nutrition that occurs when air leaks between your lung and chest wall 

What is Pneumothorax? 

500

Changing the _______&_________ every 24 hours is important for patients on parenteral nutrition

What is IV Tubing and Filter? 

500

Eating liquid and solid together increases the risk of _______ or __________

What is Aspiration or Choking? 

500

The 8 foods that are major allergy triggers in adults

What is Eggs, Milk, Wheat, Soy, Fish, Shellfish, Peanuts, and Tree nuts? 

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