1. The term _____ describes the excessive hunger that is symptomatic of hyperglycemia.
2. The affective domain is better known as the _______________________.
3. ________ is the most satiating of all nutrients and has been shown to reduce food intake.
4. A babinski's sign is reported as being either ________.
5. _____ is diagnosed using patient history and bone density tests.
6. _____ is a surgical technique in which tissue is destroyed using an electric spark.
7. The ________ nerves control the diaphragm
8. The radiologist noticed a ________ formation on the patient's rib, indicating a healed fracture.
9. The pathogenesis of rheumatoid arthritis involves antibody complexes in the _____.
10. A major factor associated in the development of both gastritis and peptic ulcer disease is _____.
11. ______ is stiffness of the joints, especially in older adults.
12. Inspiration begins as __________.
13. With an acute asthma attack, ________________ increased when compared to normal values.
14. Without surfactant, _______.
15. Which of the following is responsible for holding the lungs to the thorax wall are ________.
16. Surfactant helps to prevent the alveoli from collapsing by ________.
17. Factors that influence the rate and depth of breathing include ________.
18. Doing sit ups will not reduce belly fat because __________
19. Copd is characterized by _____ that is not fully reversible.
20. Bronchiole dilation resulting from chronic infections is present in ____________.
21. A/an ________ is a hollow sphere of cells that expands and contracts with each breath.
22. The oxygen flow rate for a nasal cannula should not exceed ________ liters per minute.
23. A ________ is a flexible lighted instrument used to examine the trachea and bronchi.
24. A/an _____ is the sudden blockage of a pulmonary artery by foreign matter.
25. Asthma affects ____% of children between 5 and 17 years of age.
26. An infant's inborn drive to remedy deficits is called _____.
27. Newborns perceive important experiences like breastfeeding _____.
28. A typical child at 24 months weighs about _____ pounds.
29. Complete removal of thyroid gland with radical dissection due to thyroid cancer. report code _____.
30. The jaeger chart is used to test for ____.
31. A red, painful swelling or a pimple containing pus on the eyelid is known as ________.
32. A ________ biopsy is the aspiration of a core of tissue for microscopic examination.
33. _____ is classifying a tumor based on its size and the extent of its spread.
34. Uncontrolled cell division is the result of _____ in genes that play a role in cell division.
35. Tnm is a ____ system
36. More than 50% of all cancers involve an acquired mutation in the tumor suppressor gene _____.
37. In the fitt principle, the choice of swimming instead of walking would be an example of _____.
38. In order to minimize fecal volume, a patient may be placed on a _____ diet prior to surgery.
39. One out of every _____ americans receives food assistance of some kind.
40. The bodys primary source of glucose during physical activity is _______.
41. The average person's major energy expenditure is for ___.
42. Red blood cells lack mitochondria. as a result, atp production is solely through ________.
43. Rapid changes in infusion rates of a parenteral solution can cause _____.
44. Providing enough, but not an excess, of a food is a diet-planning principle known as ____.
45. Proteins that circulate in the blood, specifically attaching to one kind of antigen are ____.
46. Proteins that accelerate the polymerization of actin filaments are called ________.
47. Proteins help regulate blood ph by ________.
48. Proteins are broken down into _____ whereas fats are digested mostly into _____.
49. Protein sparing in the body is best achieved when a person ingests ____.
50. Protein requirements per unit of body weight are _______ for infants and children than for adults.
51. Protein quality is determined by all of the following except ________.
52. Processed foods and convenience foods tend to ______ compared to freshly prepared foods.
53. People are most likely to dislike the taste of ________ foods.
54. The brain chemical neuropeptide y is known to specifically enhance the craving for ____.
55. The body constantly loses water through the skin as a result of _____ perspiration.
56. One significant method for assessing body fat distribution is measurement of ______ circumference.
57. The biological value of a food protein is a measure of ________.
58. The best method to lower your cardiometabolic risk is to ____.
59. According to set-point theory, ___________________.
60. To assess body composition, health-care professionals most often use bmi and ____.
61. ____________ is an important factor in healthy, long-lasting weight loss.
62. Cows milk should never be fed to infants because it is too high in ______ and too low in ______.
63. Cooking an 8-ounce raw steak will reduce the weight (ounces) to approximately ____ ounces.
64. A growing teenage athlete requires _______ grams of protein per pound of body weight.
65. A high-fat meal contains ____ calories in the same volume as compared to a low-fat meal.
66. A healthy diet with plenty of _____ may reduce lead absorption in children.
67. A good strategy for weight gain in underweight individuals is to ____.
68. A diet history provides clues to ________ deficiencies.
69. A diet high in sugars, fat, and calories ______ the inflammatory response.
70. A deficiency of vitamin _____ results in deterioration of epithelial cells.
71. A childs height is measured in the standing position once she or he reaches the age of _____.
72. A balanced diet contains _____, which are the fundamental components of eating healthfully.
73. _____________is the process by which the liver makes a non essential amino acid.
74. ______________ will slow down alcohol absorption.
75. ____________ increases energy expenditure above basal energy needs by about 15% to 35%.
76. __________ can grow at refrigeration temperatures.
77. ________ is essential for the regeneration of active forms of folate.
78. A high risk of heart attack correlates with high blood levels of ____.
79. Impaired swallowing indicates the need for a _____.
80. If you eat foods that are compact and _______, more can fit into your stomach with less discomfort.
81. If you consume 2000 calories, the thermic effect of food would account for ______ calories.
82. If the gallbladder becomes diseased, the digestion of _____ can become compromised.
83. If a woman gains 30 pounds during pregnancy, the net amount of body fat she gains is about _____.
84. If a lactating womans diet is poor, her milk _____.
85. If a client is on peritoneal dialysis, his diet should contain less _____ than other renal diets.
86. Hunger and ________________ work in tandem to ensure adequate nourishment.
87. Hormonal growth spurts in adolescence last about _______ years.
88. High intake of _____ interfere with copper absorption and can lead to a deficiency.
89. High bioavailability refers to a compound that ____.
90. Health authorities recommend that adults consume _____ ounces of seafood per week.
91. Having high blood levels of _____ may increase a person's risk of cvd.
92. Cereal, milk, a banana, and juice create a super _______ meal.
93. Caregivers should not feed _____ to infants.
94. By law, a serving size on beverage food labels is ____.
95. Body _______ is commonly measured by using bioelectrical impedance analysis.
96. Between ages 25 and 65, most people gain about _______ pounds.
97. Beta-carotene prevents _____ from damaging cells.
98. Besides calcium and phosphorous, _______________ is another mineral important for bone health.
99. Basal metabolism remains elevated for _____ after intense and prolonged activity.
100. At birth, a single dose of vitamin ________ is given by intramuscular injection.
Master Trainer Certification
Human Behavior (Throughout Life)
Human Development (Mental and Physical)
Evaluate your skill level in just 10 minutes with QUIZACK smart test system.
Copyright © 2021 Quizack . © 2021 All rights reserved