1. Hyperalimentation is

(a) parenteral nutrition.

(b) enternal nutrition.

(c) a high saline concentration for parenteral nutrition therapy.

2. Blenderized

(a) is a lactose-free liquid.

(b) consists of liquids that are individually prepared based on the nutritional needs of the patient.

(c) is powder mixed with milk.

(d) is powder mixed with water.

3. Nausea and vomiting may occur during enteral therapy if which of the following occurs?

(a) Large amounts of solution are infused too rapidly.

(b) The solution is infused directly onto the patient's stomach.

(c) The solution is infused very slowly.

(d) The solution is mixed with water.

4. Monomeric is the least expensive enteral solution.

5. Parenteral nutrition therapy is used for a severely burned patient.

6. Catheter insertion can cause

(a) pneumothorax.

(b) hemothorax.

(c) hydrothorax.

7. It is dangerous to suddenly interrupt parenteral nutrition therapy.

8. Nutrients play a role in

(a) carbohydrate-fat-protein synthesis.

(b) enzyme activities.

(d) All of the above

9. A healthy, well-nourished person has a nutritional level to last 14 days before they begin to show signs of malnutrition.

10. A nutritional deficit is called a negative nitrogen balance

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