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NTR 410 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Hemoglobin, Human Services, MalabsorptionExam


Department
Nutrition
Course Code
NTR 410
Professor
April Fogleman
Study Guide
Quiz

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WolfWare /Dashboard / My courses / Maternal and Infant Nutrition, SPRG 2018 /Assessments
/Assessment #1
Started on Friday, January 19, 2018, 12:07 PM
State Finished
Completed on Friday, January 19, 2018, 12:37 PM
Time taken 29 mins 32 secs
Points 48.00/55.00
Grade 87.27 out of 100.00

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Question 1
Correct
7.00 points out of 7.00
Match theinterventionsin infants and children with the most likelyresult.
Provision of
multiple
micronutrients
via
supplements,
micronutrient
powders, or
fortified ready-
to-use foods
including lipid-
based nutrient
supplements
Improved height and weight gain, reasoning abilities, and hemoglobin concentra
Intermittent iron
supplementation
to children
younger than 2
years
Reduced the risk of anemia and iron deficiency
Massage for
premature
infants
Increased insulin and IGF-1, increase weight gain, reduce hospital stay, improves
Preventative
zinc
supplementation
in children
Reduces diarrhea and respiratory tract infection; improves growth
Vitamin A
Reduction of all-cause mortality, reduced diarrhea and measles
Interventions
that promote
appropriate
complementary
feeding
practices
(nutritional
education)
Improved height and weight for age z-scores
Breastfeeding
initiation within
24 h of birth
Reduction in all-cause and infection-related neonatal mortality

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The correct answer is: Provision of multiple micronutrients via supplements, micronutrient
powders, or fortified ready-to-use foods including lipid-based nutrient supplements Improved
height and weight gain, reasoning abilities, and hemoglobin concentration,
Intermittent iron supplementation to children younger than 2 years
Reduced the risk of anemia and iron deficiency, Massage for premature infants Increased
insulin and IGF-1, increase weight gain, reduce hospital stay, improves bone density,
Preventative zinc supplementation in children Reduces diarrhea and respiratory tract
infection; improves growth, Vitamin A Reduction of all-cause mortality, reduced diarrhea and
measles, Interventions that promote appropriate complementary feeding practices (nutritional
education) Improved height and weight for age z-scores,
Breastfeeding initiation within 24 h of birth
Reduction in all-cause and infection-related neonatal mortality
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