Feeding Clients - Continuing Education Quiz

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1. Which of the following clients has the least risk for eating problems?(Required)
1. Which of the following clients has the least risk for eating problems?
2. People who eat a balanced diet are able to fight off disease better than people with eating problems.(Required)
2. People who eat a balanced diet are able to fight off disease better than people with eating problems.
3. As people get older, they lose the ability to swallow.(Required)
3. As people get older, they lose the ability to swallow.
4. To help a client with a poor appetite, you should:(Required)
4. To help a client with a poor appetite, you should:
5. To help a client who is confused at mealtime, you should:(Required)
5. To help a client who is confused at mealtime, you should:
6. For people with dysphagia, cold foods might be easier to swallow than hot ones.(Required)
6. For people with dysphagia, cold foods might be easier to swallow than hot ones.
7. People who have reflux are at risk for a heart attack.(Required)
7. People who have reflux are at risk for a heart attack.
8. When spoon feeding a client, it's best to have him lie down flat on his side-in case he vomits while you are feeding him.(Required)
8. When spoon feeding a client, it's best to have him lie down flat on his side-in case he vomits while you are feeding him.
9. Mouth care is not necessary for clients who are receiving tube feedings.(Required)
9. Mouth care is not necessary for clients who are receiving tube feedings.
10. If a client is a messy eater, you should not let him feed himself(Required)
10. If a client is a messy eater, you should not let him feed himself.
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