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Nutri. for Surg. Pt.

Test II, N101

QuestionAnswer
Promotes wound (tissue) healing Nutrition
ASA American Society of Anesthesiology
50-75g/day in postoperative period Protein
2800 for tissue repair Calories
up to 1g/day for collagen formation tissue repair/wound healing Vitamin C
increase for stress management related to increased catabolism and loss of proteins Vitamin B
promotes autoimmune system functioning and is an antioxidant Vitamin A
increases oxygen to tissue Vitamin E
aids tissue repair because it increases tensile strength which prevent the edges of the wound from separating Zinc
aids cell repair Selenium
relaxes nerves and maintains electrical stimulation Calcium & magnesium
System has no activity Post-surg. because anesthesia has paralyzed cells in that area GI
Progressive diet, Step I Clear Liquids
Progressive diet, Step II Full Liquids
Progressive diet, Step III Soft Diet
Progressive diet, Step IV Select or Regular Diet
Milk Full Liquid
Jello Clear Liquid
Created by: lost little girl