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Nursing107jeopardy

  1. 2. THIS IS JEOPARDY
  2. 3. With Hosts... Your Shannon, Jamie & Gracie
  3. 4. 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Vitamins, Minerals & Nutrients Common Health Problems Changes that come with aging Important Vocabulary Words The aging body’s needs Random JEOPARDY 100 Click for: FINAL JEOPARDY
  4. 5. During the middle years one should maintain adequate intake of this bone building nutrient (the recommended daily intake for women is 1200 mg) A 100
  5. 6. What is calcium? A 100
  6. 7. Many elderly people need injections of this vitamin due to a lack of intrinsic factor. A 200
  7. 8. What is Vitamin B-12? A 200
  8. 9. Elderly people have a greater risk of a deficiency of this vitamin due to a decrease in milk intake and sun exposure A 300
  9. 10. What is Vitamin D? A 300
  10. 11. It is recommended for this nutrient to stay the same or slightly increase with age to maintain muscle mass A 400
  11. 12. What is protein? A 400
  12. 13. A deficiency of this mineral can suppress appetite and blunt the sense of taste. A 500
  13. 14. What is zinc? A 500
  14. 15. Lack of thirst and decreased total body water makes this likely in the elderly. B 100
  15. 16. What is dehydration? B 100
  16. 17. This problem in the elderly is characterized by weak bones and is usually brought on by inadequate intake of calcium. B 200
  17. 18. What is osteoporosis? B 200
  18. 19. This condition occurs often in the elderly due to slowed metabolism, lack of exercise and lack of roughage. It can be alleviated by an increased fiber intake. B 300
  19. 20. What is constipation? B 300
  20. 21. This intolerance often occurs in the elderly and can cause stomach discomfort when dairy products are consumed. B 400
  21. 22. What is lactose intolerance? B 400
  22. 23. This disease is the most prevalent form of senile dementia, it currently afflicts 4.5 million people in the U.S. (that number is expected to almost triple by the year 2050) B 500
  23. 24. What is Alzheimer’s disease? B 500
  24. 25. As aging occurs, Vitamin B 12 absorption may be affected due to a decrease in this factor essential for its absoprtion, produced by the stomach. C 100
  25. 26. What is the intrinsic factor? C 100
  26. 27. This is one of the vision problems the elderly can face, it is characterized by thickening in the lenses and, if not surgically removed, could lead to blindness. C 200
  27. 28. What are cataracts? C 200
  28. 29. This leading cause of disability among older adults is characterized by painful swelling of the joints. C 300
  29. 30. What is arthritis? C 300
  30. 31. DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
  31. 32. This is the most common drug that can affect nutrition in older people. C 400
  32. 33. What is alcohol? C 400
  33. 34. As aging occurs, this organ secretes less insulin and cells become less responsive, causing abnormal glucose metabolism. C 500
  34. 35. What is the pancreas? C 500
  35. 36. This word means long duration of life. D 100
  36. 37. What is longevity? D 100
  37. 38. D 200 Nerve cells, the structural and functional units of the nervous system. They initiate and conduct nerve transmissions.
  38. 39. D 200 What are neurons?
  39. 40. Small, oval, yellowish region in the center of the retina that provides the sharp, straight-ahead vision so critical to reading and driving. D 300
  40. 41. What is the macula? D 300
  41. 42. The outer surface of the cerebrum, which is the largest part of the brain. D 400
  42. 43. What is the cerebral cortex? D 400
  43. 44. The loss of skeletal muscle mass, strength and quality is known as . D 500
  44. 45. What is sarcopenia? D 500
  45. 46. The body needs adequate intake of Vitamins B12, C and E for the functioning of this type of memory. E 100
  46. 47. What is short-term memory? E 100
  47. 48. The aging body needs more foods that are dense, because, although vitamin and mineral needs for the elderly remain around the same as they do for younger individuals, their total energy requirement is lower. E 200
  48. 49. What is nutrient? (nutrient-dense foods) E 200
  49. 50. The body needs adequate stomach acid to absorb this nutrient, its status in women improves after menopause. Deficiencies are linked to chronic blood losses and low stomach acid output. (Vitamin C also increases its absorption). E 300
  50. 51. What is iron? E 300
  51. 52. The body needs this vitamin for skin synthesis. As aging occurs, there is an increased likelihood of inadequate intake and skin synthesis declines. E 400
  52. 53. What is Vitamin D? E 400
  53. 54. Energy needs decrease as decreases (sarcopenia). E 500
  54. 55. What is muscle mass? E 500
  55. 56. The likelihood of constipation increases with low intakes of this nutrient. F 100
  56. 57. What is fiber? F 100
  57. 58. This is an acronym for assessing the risk factors for malnutrition in older adults. F 200
  58. 59. What is D.E.T.E.R.M.I.N.E.? F 200
  59. 60. This is the most influential step in preventing or slowing the many changes of aging that many people accept as inevitable. It increases longevity. F 300
  60. 61. What is physical activity? F 300
  61. 62. This is the condition characterized by chronic inflammation of the stomach accompanied by a diminished size and functioning of the mucosa and glands. F 400
  62. 63. What is atrophic gastritis? F 400
  63. 64. In this type of arthritis, the immune system mistakenly attacks the bone coverings as if they were made of foreign tissue. F 500
  64. 65. What is rheumatoid arthritis? F 500
  65. 66. The Final Jeopardy Category is: Health Problems in the Elderly Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
  66. 67. Commonly seen in people who are bedridden or chairbound, these cause damage to the skin and underlying tissues as a result of compression and poor circulation. Answer:
  67. 68. What are pressure ulcers?
  68. 69. Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!

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