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nutritional risk assessment

  1. 1. Nutritional Risk Assessment PDS 332
  2. 2. Lecture outline • Nutritional screening and assessment in risk reduction • Screening and assessment components – Dietary measures – Physical measures • Anthropometrics • Physical findings – Biochemical data • Interpretation of findings • Summary
  3. 3. Learning objectives – Examine the rationale for the nutritional screening and assessment activities in dental settings. – Differentiate elements associated with nutrition and dietary assessment. – Describe alternative approaches to aspects of nutritional screening and assessment. – Review examples of interpretation and translation of nutritional/dietary findings.
  4. 4. Introduction • Nutritional screening and assessment (NSA) • WHO identified five stages where the effects of diet and nutrition on chronic diseases: • ?? • ? • ? • ? • ?
  5. 5. Introduction • What are the diseases that are related to diet and nutrition?
  6. 6. The interaction between oral health and diet and nutrition
  7. 7. Nutritional screening and assessment in risk reduction • What is NSA ? • What is Screening ?
  8. 8. Nutritional screening and assessment in risk reduction • What are the tests included in the screening process?
  9. 9. Nutritional screening and assessment in risk reduction • What is the purpose of the nutritional screening ?
  10. 10. Nutritional screening and assessment in risk reduction • What is nutritional assessment? – Where can this be done? • Malnutrition: – Forms of malnutrition
  11. 11. Screening and assessment components • Assessment of nutritional status generally includes, clinical interpretation of what?
  12. 12. Dietary measures
  13. 13. Anthropometrics • What are they? • Name some:
  14. 14. Physical findings • In the oral cavity………..
  15. 15. Biochemical data • Techniques used to measure nutritional status include what?
  16. 16. Interpretation of findings • To be covered during the clinical session in PDS 372

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