Mod C Unit 4 FINAL
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What do proteins build for the body?
Do vitamins have calories?
Why should a person maintain a well balanced diet?
To stay/remain healthy
Why do people with higher education live longer?
More knowledgeable about nutrition
What steps can you as the MA when dealing with a patient who is not following a diet created by the doctor take?
- Inform the doctor
- Educate the patient
How much bread and cereal should a person eat in one day?
How much fruit and veggies should a person eat in one day?
- Fruit: 2 Cups
- Veggies: 2 1/2 cups
What is amino acid? (what has to breakdown to create it?)
- Amino acid is protein
- Muscles must breakdown to create it
What dose a carbohydrate become after we EAT it and what may happen if we don't eat enough?
Water, Carbohydrates, and proteins are the 3 main __ needed for __ health
What are the FAT-SOLUBLE vitamins and what happens if you happen to eat too much?
Where is the stomach located?
Under Diaphragm. LUQ of abdominopelvic cavity
What is the largest organ IN the body?
What are the water-soluble vitamins? what happens if you happen to eat to much? How does the body get rid of the excess?
- Vitamins B,C, Niacin, Biotin
- Excretion (Elimination)
How many calories do you get from minerals and what do minerals help grow?
Where do peristaltic waves begin?
Why is water the most important part of your diet and how much of your weight does water make up?
- Needed for survival
What kind of hospital do interns and residents work at?
Special Risk insurance covers particular illnesses except?
What is the medical term that may be used in reference to the body as a whole?
what is tidal volume?
volume of air inspired and expired during 1 normal respiratory cycle
to take money in breach of trust is called what?
what is the normal range for a Pt's pulse? What is the medical term if it is too fast or too slow?
- fast: Tachycardia
- Slow: Bradycardia
If i eat a sugar cube what does it turn into?
what is BMI?
- Body mass index
- (Fat in body)
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