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A patient presents with a dull cornea and Bitot’s spots. This indicates which nutrient deficiency?
A dietitian has identified that heart disease in women is pervasive in their community. The goal is to assess women’s knowledge, attitudes and practice related to heart disease risk. What would be the next step in the needs assessment?
What is the percent occupancy of a 750 bed hospital with a patient census of 467?
What is the safe minimum internal temperature for a roast beef?
A pastry chef tests a new cake recipe to find that it has good flavor, but is dry and crumbly. What was most likely the cause?
An AIDS patient is taking dronabinol. What side effect is most likely to occur?
Using the following information from a financial statement, calculate the prime cost. Labor Costs: $45,000, Food and Beverage Costs: $32,000, Operational Costs: $63,250, Total Sales $93,500.
According to the FDA Food Code, food that will be hot-held must be reheated to reach an internal temperature of:
What is the intermediary step between aerobic respiration and the Krebs Cycle?
Which of the following sets of lab values indicate the need for hemodialysis?
What is the correct order of dietary lipids as they are digested and absorbed?
The Americans with Disabilities Act designates that dining table heights should be between____ and ____ inches in height.
Statistical analysis that assumes the sample size is large enough to represent a population is known as:
A patient admitted to the ICU is suspected of having acute liver impairment. Which of the following laboratory values is least effective in identifying liver dysfunction?
A food service employee shows up for work in ripped clothing and a low-cut shirt. The supervisor should first:
Which of the following minerals is imperative for acid-base balance?
The chalazae of the egg:
A child who is small for gestational age will fall at or below the:
Where does the beta oxidation of fats take place?
A client states, “I have been carbohydrate counting for a month and my blood sugar readings have been good.” According to the Transtheoretical Model, in what stage of change is this client?
A WIC dietitian completes a nutrition assessment of a 3 year old female client. The child plots at 8% on the Centers for Disease Control BMI for age growth chart. The dietitian should interpret this as:
Which of the following methods used in a clinical trial ensures rigorous evaluation and bias reduction?
Protein quality is best determined by:
How many carbohydrate choices are in the following meal: 3 oz. grilled salmon, 1 cup pasta, 1 cup romaine lettuce, 1 tbsp. salad dressing, 2 inch brownie, black coffee?
Which organization inspects and issues food recalls on meat, poultry, and egg products?
The National Health and Examination Survey (NHANES) tracks the nation’s health and nutrition each year by selecting participants in different areas of the country to provide free health exams. This would be best described as a:
A foodservice manager receives a complaint from a customer that an eggplant dish served at lunch is an unappetizing blue color. What most likely occurred?
Which mineral aids the absorption of calcium in the small intestine?
The temperature of foods held on a serving line should be checked at minimum every:
A diet technician has missed a nutrition trigger for the fourth time on a newly admitted patient and is being scolded by a dietitian. The clinical nutrition manager should first:
A food service operation has $300,000 in current assets and $400,000 in current liabilities. They have $250,000 in fixed assets and $500,000 in fixed liabilities. Calculate the current ratio.
According to the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR), what is the first step a dietitian should take when working on the professional development portfolio?
Which of the following is the most immediate by-product of protein catabolism?
What is the most appropriate behavior modification strategy for a patient who is focused on their failure of ability to lose weight through dieting and exercise plans?
The following information is obtained from a hospital foodservice operations statement. Total food purchased: $13,567.14 Total sales: $25,315.00 Labor costs: $18,110.12 Meal equivalent factor: $1.75 Patient meals served: 1400 What is the labor cost per meal?
An advanced deficiency in which vitamin causes cheilosis?
At what age may a food service employee operate bakery equipment?
A hospital foodservice operation has 15 FTEs that produce 4500 meals in a 40-hour work week. How many meals per labor hour are being produced?
Coronary artery disease is most closely associated with which laboratory value?
A(n) ________ is a medical finding by the examiner, whereas, a(n) __________ is a condition perceived by the patient.
A patient presents with the following lab values pH = 7.30, pCO2 = 30, HCO3 = 14. This is classified as:
The Health Care Quality Framework from the Agency for Healthcare Quality and Research states it is important to provide excellent patient care. Which of the following best describes this framework?
A director receives communication that an employee wants to file a grievance against a supervisor. The director should first:
Which of the following is the best meal recommendation for a child with galactosemia?
Antiseptic hand gels are commonly used in health care facilities. Which of the following statements is true?
A deficiency in ____________ will soon lead to a deficiency in _____________ .
An infant weighing 2,200 grams at birth is classified as:
Which of the following fish would be safest to consume during pregnancy?
A food chemist is testing new recipes for commercial thickeners. The chemist wants to determine if consumers can tell the difference between a new formula and an existing formula. Which type of testing would produce the desired results?
In a patient with anorexia nervosa, lanugo indicates:
Which statement classifies a binge eating disorder?
A dietitian is counseling a family of an 8-year-old child with ADHD who is being treated with methylphenidate. Based on this information, the dietitian understands that:
Which of the following foods is most likely to spread a foodborne illness?
Which substance in barley causes a reaction in patients with celiac disease?
What food should be avoided for one to two days post-operatively for gastric bypass patients?
A chef prepares a number 10 can of green beans for lunch. Using a number 8 scoop, how many servings does this yield?
A foodservice manager analyzes the lunch menu and finds that the beans and rice dish is a puzzle. What is the first step they should take to attempt to increase the popularity of the menu item?
In a ketogenic diet, decreased utilization of which digestive enzyme occurs?
A patient with galactosemia needs to avoid which of the following foods?
The second compartment of a three-compartment sink is reserved for:
A serum calcium of 7.8 mg/dL will trigger what adaptive response under normal physiologic conditions?
The Billroth II procedure will most likely affect absorption of:
Nutrition screening is most important for the identification of:
A(n)____________ plan is systematically driven by stakeholders and relies on resolving issues through analysis and organization.
Jerky hand movements that precede a coma are called:
The minimum number of calories needed to maintain normal body function is expressed as:
What government organization would issue a recall on cranberry juice that contains undeclared sulfides?
What is the most appropriate supplement recommendation for wound healing?
Which of the following sets of laboratory values most likely indicates respiratory acidosis?
Mean corpuscular volume measures the _________ of a red blood cell.
A dietitian sits on a committee that is planning a new satellite kitchen in a facility adjacent to the main kitchen. The new chef asks for a versatile piece of equipment for sautéing, stewing, and simmering. What piece of equipment would be most appropriate?
The synthesis of glucose from glycerol and amino acids is known as a process called:
The hemoglobin A1C test most closely measures the amount of:
According to Herzberg’s Theory of Motivation, what is considered a maintenance factor?
A hemoglobin value of 18 g/dL in a female patient most likely indicates:
What is the primary function of management?
Which of the following does Medicare Part A cover?
A newly diagnosed esophageal cancer patient has a BMI of 19.5. What would be the most appropriate nutrition problem?
The primary function of the specific gravity laboratory test is to quantify:
In renal failure, which of the following is elevated?
Cow’s milk is naturally a good source of:
It is difficult for a patient with Huntington’s disease to exercise due to:
As serum folate levels decrease:
A foodservice director is planning for a new facility on a university campus. What calculation would help them to forecast their staffing needs?
A dietitian should recommend what food to a patient with thrush?
Which disease is most likely to cause hypercalcemia?
A laissez-faire leader:
To calculate the estimated calorie needs of vent-dependent individuals, a dietitian should choose:
In order to receive free lunch through the National School Lunch Program, a child must meet which of the following criteria?
A food service director is receiving food items in the shipment bay of the kitchen. Which of the following food items should be rejected upon receiving?
What is the percent (%) Ideal Body Weight of a male who is 5’10” and 160 lbs.?
A dietitian evaluates a new patient’s protein intake and determines their diet is low in methionine. What chronic illness could this patient be at risk for long-term?
The brain natriuretic peptide is a functional measure of:
Per Americans with Disabilities Act compliance, doors must be at least ____wide to accommodate people with disabilities:
A dietitian is given the following financial information for a wellness cafe. What is the labor cost per meal? Food purchases $16,460, Labor expenses $ 12,000, Food Sales $ 40,400, Meals served 2,500.
An overweight patient with acid reflux reports daily use of Pepcid. A dietitian should be most concerned about:
According to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Standards of Practice and Professional Performance guidelines, how many years must a registered dietitian practice before they are considered to be at a proficient level of practice?
Which of the following foodborne infections causes meningitis and stillbirths in pregnant women?
A manager is assessing how well the foodservice operation is at turning over inventory. They calculate a monthly inventory turnover rate of 3. This means the operation:
A female military veteran has been receiving continuous high scores on her performance appraisals. She finds out that she does not receive as much pay as her male counterparts who have the same qualifications. Which Act would protect her against these discrepancies?
What is the best nutrition recommendation for a patient with acute cholecystitis?
According to Servsafe guidelines, food stored on shelves should be kept at least ___ inches off the floor.
The following nutrient needs to be supplemented in a distal ileum resection:
A food service employee applied for an open cook position in the kitchen where they work. Another employee was chosen for the position. The employee not chosen for the position feels they were not given the same consideration and files a grievance against the hiring supervisor. The food service director should:
A Blood Urea Nitrogen level of 7 mg/dL most likely indicates:
Which of the following is a side effect of long-term dilantin use?
After receiving a product shipment from a new vendor, a retail manager realizes that a company has misleading advertising of a product they purchased. They should file the report with the:
Negative acute phase proteins _____________ during times of inflammation.
In patients with brain injuries, which long-term effects will most likely negatively impact nutrition status?
When cooking a steak, what is the quickest and most efficient piece of kitchen equipment to use?
In a large foodservice operation, an assistant director sends an employee to run personal errands that directly interfere with the employee’s regular work duties. The employee feels pressured to do these duties because they do not want to lose their job. What management style describes the director?
Patients who are on continuous renal replacement therapy need a decrease in which nutrient?
A patient presents to the cardiac rehab outpatient program with an 8-pound weight gain in 48 hours, light colored urine and shortness of breath. What is most likely the problem?
A hemoglobin value of 12 g/dL for a male patient indicates:
The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act requires businesses to notify employees of:
What is the total amount of calories provided by the following solution? 100 mL 25% dextrose, 200 mL 5% amino acids, 300 mL 20% lipids?
Which of the following patients is at highest risk for hypertension?
Centers for Medicare/Medicaid Services mandate that healthcare facilities must allow no more than ____ hours between a patient’s evening meal and following a.m. breakfast.
A red beefy tongue most likely indicates:
Food stored in dry storage areas should be kept within what temperature range?
The function of management that involves communicating and coordinating with staff is:
A public relations manager is developing a marketing campaign. The campaign will rely on grant dollars and donations from government agencies. This is known as a ______strategy.
An elevated thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) test most likely indicates: