vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes

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vitamins, minerals, and electrolytes
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  1. stabilization of maintencance of cell membrane structure, helps the body to resist infection
    used to reast sprue
    vitamin A
  2. what are the sources of vitamin A
    dairy products, eggs,organ meats
  3. Thiamine and used to treat beriberi
    Vitamine B1
  4. what are sources for Vitamin B1
    pork whole grains, enriched breads, cereals, and legumes
  5. Riboflavin, used for the treatment of riboflaving deficiency(soreness and buring of the tongue, lips, and mouth, discomfort eating and swallowing
    vitamin B2
  6. souces of vitamin B2 are?
    milk, eggs, organ meats, and green, leafy vegetable
  7. Niacin, treat pellagrea, are examples of/
    vitamin B3
  8. what is a frequent side effect of niacin
    flushing
  9. sources fo B3 are?
    lean meats, peanuts, yeast, cereal
  10. pantothenic acid and is essential for the synthesis of coenzyme A
    vitamin B5
  11. these vitamin sources are avialbe in all planta and animal sources
    vitamin B5
  12. Pyridoxing and treats inborn error of metabolism
    vitamin B6
  13. souces of vitamin B6 are?
    yeast, wheat, corn, eggs
  14. water soulube, hemapoietic activity, used to treap pernicious anemia, and found only in animal products are?
    vitamin b12
  15. ascorbis acis, aids in wound healing, used to treat debilitated patients, used to treat burn victimes
    vitamin c
  16. sources of vitamin c are?
    green, leafy vegetables, oranges, and grapefruit
  17. require for redd blood cell formation
    folic acid
  18. use to treat anemia and also in alcoholism and pregnancy (decrease the risk of spinal abnormalties)
    folic acid
  19. sources of folic acid includes?
    fresh leafy green vegetable, fruit, yeast, and organ meants
  20. used to treat childhood rickets?
    vitamin d
  21. use to treat adult osteomalacia?
    VITAMIN D
  22. IT IS ESSENTIAL FOR THE ABSOPTION OF CALCIUM AND NATURAL SOURCES ARE FEW
    VITAMIN D
  23. what are the sources of vitamin d?
    fortified mik and cereal
  24. may funciton as an antioxident
    vitamin E
  25. may prevent damage to cellular membranes
    vitamin E
  26. what are the sources of vitamin E?
    vegetable oils, meat and dairy products
  27. used to reat or prevent various cogulation disorders; help in reversing the effects of Coumadin
    vitamin K
  28. source of vitamin K
    green
  29. essential for muscular and neurologic activity, repari of skelteal tissues (bones and teeth), need is increased in pregnancy and breastfeeding, and to treat postmenopausal osteoporosis
    calcium
  30. sources of calcium are?
    milk and dairy products
  31. concentrated in teeth and bones and may be appilied topically or systemically
    flouride
  32. essential for the synthesis of hemoglobing
    iron
  33. what are sources of dark green or black stools
    fish, meat, and dried fruits
  34. important in maintaing osmotic pressure, bone structure, muscular contraction, and nerve conduction
    magnesium
  35. sources of magnesium
    meat, milk, fruits, and vegetable
  36. helps maintain renal function, muscle contraction, and transmission of nerve impules
    potassium
  37. uses prophylactically to replace potassium lost during diuretic therapy
    potassium
  38. sources of potassim
    dried fruits, bananas, apricots, citrus fruits
  39. essential for normal growth and tissue repair
    zinc
  40. used to prevent delayed wound healing
    zine
  41. sources of zinc are?
    seafoods and meats
  42. what are the electrolytes?
    sodium, potassium, magnesium, chloride, calcium, phosphuruse
  43. when are electolytes used?
    when food intake has been suspended, vominting, diarrhea, bowel obstruction
  44. Dehydration: weight loss, dry sking, lack of sweat, lowered BP, rapid pulse, increased respirations and in infants sunken fontanelles and loss of skin turgor
    electrolytes

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