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Test 3 CNA 1

Modules J & I

What is enteral & parental? Enteral- tube feeding Parental-fed through an IV
What is malnutrition? The lack of food intake, improper diet, or impaired use of food
What is an example of good nutrition? Regular elimination
What does a protein do? It helps grow new and helps with repairs of tissue
What percentage does a food with high nutrients have? 20%
What is body mechanics? Efficient and safe use of body by the coordinator of body alignment, balance, and movement
What is the body mechanic ABS's? A= Alignment B= Base of support C= Coordination
What is the center of gravity? Point where most weight is concentrated
What is alignment? How the head, arms, and legs line up with one another when back is straight.
What are the 6 positions a patient can lay in? supine, prone, fowler's, high fowler's lateral and sims
Created by: ashpcraig