MNT1_Terminology

Card Set Information

Author:
PicOlio
ID:
166312
Filename:
MNT1_Terminology
Updated:
2012-08-16 18:40:03
Tags:
nutrition diagnostic terminology
Folders:

Description:
Nutrition Diagnostic Terminology
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user PicOlio on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. NI
    Intake (code NI), describing problems involving intake of energy, nutrients, fluids, etc.

    Examples: excessive energy intake, increased nutrient needs, or inadequate fluid intake.
  2. NC
    Clinical (code NC), describing problems associated with medical or physical conditions.

    Examples: swallowing difficulty, involuntary weight loss.
  3. NB
    Behavioral-Environmental (code NB), describing problems involving a client’s knowledge, attitudes/beliefs, physical environment, access to food, and food safety.

    Examples: self-feeding difficulty, undesirable food choices.
  4. Nutrition Intervention terminology relates to the four classes of interventions defined by the ADA
    1. Food and/or Nutrient Delivery (code ND): describes an individualized approach to providing food and nutrients.

    2. Nutrition Education (code E): describes a formal process to impart knowledge and/or train a client so that the client can manage food choices to maintain or improve health. The ADA notes, “Nutrition education involves the transfer of knowledge, tailored to the specific knowledge deficit identified in the Problem-Etiology-Signs/Symptoms statement.

    3. ”Nutrition Counseling (code C-1): describes a supportive process to establish goals and individualized action plans to foster responsibility for self-care. The ADA notes that this is different from nutrition education, because nutrition counseling “involves behavior and attitude change, focused on the underlying behavioral and environmental etiologies….”

    4. Coordination of Nutrition Care (code RC): describes coordination of nutrition care with other healthcare providers.
  5. Nutrition DiagnosesThe ADA has identified 62 nutrition diagnoses, and each diagnosis has a code. The diagnoses fall into three groups—those related to...
    1. Intake (code NI), describing problems involving intake of energy, nutrients, fluids, etc. A few examples of problems in this category are: excessive energy intake, increased nutrient needs, or inadequate fluid intake.

    2. Clinical (code NC), describing problems associated with medical or physical conditions. Examples: swallowing difficulty, involuntary weight loss.

    3. Behavioral-Environmental (code NB), describing problems involving a client’s knowledge, attitudes/beliefs, physical environment, access to food, and food safety. Examples include: self-feeding difficulty, undesirable food choices.
  6. ND
    Food and/or Nutrient Delivery (code ND): describes an individualized approach to providing food and nutrients.
  7. E
    Nutrition Education (code E): describes a formal process to impart knowledge and/or train a client so that the client can manage food choices to maintain or improve health.

    The ADA notes, “Nutrition education involves the transfer of knowledge, tailored to the specific knowledge deficit identified in the Problem-Etiology-Signs/Symptoms statement.”
  8. C-1
    Nutrition Counseling (code C-1): describes a supportive process to establish goals and individualized action plans to foster responsibility for self-care.

    The ADA notes that this is different from nutrition education, because nutrition counseling “involves behavior and attitude change, focused on the underlying behavioral and environmental etiologies….”
  9. RC
    Coordination of Nutrition Care (code RC): describes coordination of nutrition care with other healthcare providers.
  10. Intake
    Actual problems related to intake of energy, nutrients, fluids, bioactive substances through oral diet or nutrition support

    Code: NI
  11. Energy Balance
    • Energy Balance (1)
    • Defined as "actual or estimated changes in energy (kcal)"

    • * Hypermetabolism: NI-1.1 - (increased energy needs)
    • * Increased energy expenditure: NI-1.2

    * Hypometabolism: NI 1.3 - (decreased energy needs)

    * Inadequate energy intake: NI-1.4

    * Excessive energy intake: NI-1.5
  12. Hypermetabolism
    Increased energy needs
  13. Hypometabolism
    Decreased energy needs
  14. Oral or Nutrition Support Intake
    • Oral or Nutrition Support Intake (2)
    • Defined as "actual or estimated food and beverage intake from oral diet or nutrition support compared with patient goal"

    * Inadequate oral food / beverage intake: NI-2.1

    * Excessive Oral food / beverage intake: NI-2.2

    * Inadequate intake from enteral / parenteral nutrition: NI-2.3

    * Excessive intake from enteral / parenteral nutrition: NI-2.4

    * Inappropriate infusion of enteral / parenteral nutrition (use with caution): NI-2.5
  15. enteral
    en·ter·al (ěn'tər-əl) adj. 

    Within or by way of the intestine, as distinguished from parenteral.

    Enteric.
  16. parenteral
    par·en·ter·al   [pa-ren-ter-uhl]  adjective

    1.taken into the body in a manner other than through the digestive canal.

    2. not within the intestine; not intestinal.
  17. Fluid Intake
    • Fluid Intake (3)
    • Defined as "actual or estimated fluid intake compared with patient goal"

    * Inadequate fluid intake - NI-3.1

    * Excessive fluid intake - NI-3.2
  18. Bioactive Substances
    • Bioactive Substances (4)
    • Defined as "actual or observed intake of bioactive substances, including single or multiple functional food components, ingredients, dietary supplements, alcohol"

    * Inadequate bioactive substance intake - NI-4.1

    * Excessive bioactive substance intake - NI-4.2

    * Excessive alcohol intake - NI-4.3
  19. Nutrient
    • Nutrient (5)
    • Defined as "actual or estimated intake of specific nutrient groups or single nutrients as compared with desired levels"

    • * Increased nutrient needs - NI-5.1
    •    (specify) ___________________

    * Evident protein-energy malnurtition - NI-5.2

    * Inadequate protein-energy intake - NI-5.3

    • * Decreased nutrient needs - NI-5.4
    •  (specify) ______________

    * Imbalance of nutrients - NI-5.5
  20. Fat and Cholesterol (51)
    * Inadequate fat intake:  NI-51.1

    * Excessive fat intake:  NI-51.2

    • * Inappropriate intake of food fats: NI-51.3
    •  (specify) ____________
  21. Protein (52)
    * Inadequate protein intake: NI-52.1

    * Excessive protein intake: NI-52.2

    • * Inappropriate intake of amino acids: NI-52.3
    •  (specify) _____________
  22. Carbohydrate and Fiber (53)
    * Inadequate carbohydrate intake: NI-53.1

    * Excessive carbohydrate intake: NI-53.2

    • * Inappropriate intake of types of carbohydrate: NI-53.3
    •  (specify) ____________

    * Inconsistent carbohydrate intake: NI-53.4

    * Inadequate fiber intake: NI-53.5

    * Excessive fiber intake: NI-53.6
  23. Vitamin (54)
    • * Inadequate vitamin intake: NI-54.1
    •  (specify) ________________

    • * Excessive vitamin intake: NI-54.2
    •  (specify) ________________

    • - A                    - C
    • - Thiamin           - D
    • - Riboflavin        - E
    • - Niacin             - K
    • - Folate             - Other
  24. Mineral (55)
    • * Inadequate mineral intake: NI-55.1
    •  (specify) ______________

    • * Calcium          * Iron
    • * Potassium       * Zinc
    • * Other _____

    • * Excessive mineral intake: NI-55.2
    •  (specify)
    • * Calcium      * Iron
    • * Potassium   * Zinc
    • * Other _____
  25. Clinical (NC)
    Defined as "nutritional findings / problems identified as related to medical or physical conditions"

    • Functional (1)
    • Biochemical (2)
    • Weight (3)
  26. Functional (NC-1)
    Defined as "change in physical or mechanical functioning that interferes with or prevents desired nutritional consequences"

    * Swallowing difficulty: NC-1.1

    * Chewing (masticatory) difficulty: NC-1.2

    * Breastfeeding difficulty: NC-1.3

    * Altered GI function: NC1.4
  27. Biochemical (NC-2)
    Defined as "change in capacity to metabolize nutrients as a result of medications, or surgery, or as indicated by altered lab values"

    * Impaired nutrient utlization: NC-2.1

    * Altered nutrition-related laboratory values: NC-2.2

    * Food-mediation interaction: NC-2.3
  28. Weight (NC-3)
    Defined as "chronic weight or changed weight status when compared with usual or desired body weight"

    * Underweight: NC-3.1

    * Involuntary weight loss: NC-3.2

    * Overweight / obesity: NC-3.3.

    * Involuntary weight gain: NC-3.4
  29. Behavioral-Environmental (NB)
    Defined as "nutritional findings / problems identified that relate to knowledge, attitudes/beliefs, physical, environment, access to food, or food safety"
  30. Knowledge and Beliefs (NB-1)
    Defined as "actual knowledge and beliefs as related, observed or documented"

    * Food- and nutrition-related knowledge deficit: NB-1.1

    * Harmful beliefs/attitudes about food- or nutrition-related topics (use with caution): NB-1.2

    * Not ready for diet/lifestyle change: NB-1.3

    * Self-monitoring deficit: NB-1.4

    * Disordered eating pattern: NB-1.5

    * Limited adherence to nutrition-related recommendations: NB-1.6

    * Undesirable food choices: NB-1.7
  31. Physical Activity and Function (NB-2)
    Defined as "actual physical activity, self-care, and quality-of-life problems as reported, observed, or documented"

    * Physical inactivity: NB-2.1

    * Excessive exercise: NB-2.2

    * Inability or lack of desire to manage self-care: NB-2.3

    * Impaired ability to prepare foods/meals: NB-2.4

    * Poor nutrition quality of life: NB-2.5

    * Self-feeding difficulty: NB-2.6
  32. Food Safety and Access (NB-3)
    Defined as "actual problems with food access or food safety"

    * Intake of unsafe food: NB-3.1

    * Limited access to food: NB-3.2
  33. etiology
    e·ti·ol·o·gy [ tee ólləjee ]   

    study of causes: the philosophical investigation of causes and originsmedical specialty: 

    the branch of medicine that investigates the causes and origins of diseasecause of disease: 

    the set of factors that contributes to the occurrence of a disease

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview