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Obesity Quiz

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1. When teaching a patient about weight reduction diets, the nurse teaches the patient
that what is an appropriate single serving of a food?

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2. In preparing to care for the obese patient with cancer, what physiologic problems is
this patient at a greater risk for having (select all that apply)?

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3. What information should be included in the dietary teaching for the patient after a
Roux-en-Y gastric bypass?

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4. Which teaching points are important when providing information to a patient with
metabolic syndrome (select all that apply)?

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5. Priority Decision: Before selecting a weight reduction plan with an obese patient, what is most important for the nurse to first assess?

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6. A patient asks the nurse about taking phentermine and topiramate (Qsymia) for
weight loss. To avoid side effects, it is important for the nurse to determine whether
the patient has a history of

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7. What is a postoperative nursing intervention for the obese patient who has had
bariatric surgery?

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8. Which patient is at highest risk for complications of obesity?

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9. Priority Decision: When medications are used in the treatment of obesity, what is most
important for the nurse to teach the patient?

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10. Priority Decision: During care of the patient with extreme obesity, what is most
important for the nurse to do?

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11. A 40-year-old female patient has extreme obesity and type 2 diabetes. She wants to
lose weight. After learning about the surgical procedures, she thinks a combination of
restrictive and malabsorptive surgery would be best. Which procedure should the
nurse teach her about?

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12. Which explanation about weight reduction should be included when teaching the
obese patient and her obese husband?

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13. What is the main underlying risk factor for metabolic syndrome?

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14. Normally which hormones and peptides affect appetite (select all that apply)?

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15. Which female patient is most likely to have metabolic syndrome?

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16. What characteristics describe adjustable gastric banding (select all that apply)?

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17. Priority Decision: The nurse is teaching a moderately obese woman interventions for
the management of obesity. Initially, which strategies will support restricting dietary
intake to below energy requirements (select all that apply)?

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18. The nurse has completed initial instruction with a patient about a weight loss
program. Which patient comment indicates to the nurse that the teaching has been
effective?

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19. A woman is 5 ft 6 in (166 cm) tall and weighs 200 lb (90.9 kg) with a waist-to-hip ratio
of 0.7. The nurse counsels the patient with the knowledge that the patient is at greatest
risk for

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20. Priority Decision: The nurse is admitting a patient for bariatric surgery. Which finding
in a patient’s history should be brought to the surgeon’s attention before proceeding
with further patient preparation?

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21. Which statement about obesity is explained by genetics?

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