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31) Hypokalemia is: A) low levels of sodium in the blood. B)

Question : 31) Hypokalemia is: A) low levels of sodium in the blood. B) : 1403878

 

31) Hypokalemia is:

A) low levels of sodium in the blood.

B) high levels of sodium in the blood.

C) low levels of potassium in the blood.

D) high levels of potassium in the blood.

32) The majority of dietary chloride is consumed from:

A) animal protein sources.

B) alcohol.

C) table salt.

D) water.

33) What percentage of salt is composed of chloride?

A) 10%

B) 50%

C) 60%

D) 80%

34) The majority of our body's phosphorus is stored in the:

A) kidneys.

B) bones.

C) blood.

D) liver.

35) Phosphorus in plants is primarily found in the form of ________.

A) phosphate

B) phosphorate

C) phytic acid

D) phospholipid

36) Phosphorus absorption is enhanced by:

A) vitamin C.

B) potassium.

C) vitamin D.

D) iron.

37) Which of the following individuals is MOST at risk for a phosphorus deficiency?

A) a premature infant

B) an individual suffering from kidney disease

C) an individual consuming vitamin D supplements

D) an individual who is a vegetarian

38) Which of the following statements is FALSE regarding phosphorus?

A) Phosphorus from animal sources is more readily absorbed than the phosphorus from plant sources.

B) Humans absorb about 50% of the phosphorus from plant sources.

C) On average, Americans do not consume enough phosphorus in their diets.

D) Bacteria in the large intestine can break down the phosphorus from plant sources.

39) Which of the following groups are the MOST vulnerable to dehydration?

A) pregnant women and the elderly

B) adolescents and children

C) infants and pregnant women

D) infants and the elderly

40) Dehydration is classified in terms of:

A) the amount of weight lost relative to a person's original weight.

B) the subjective amount of thirst a person experiences.

C) the percentage of weight loss exclusively due to loss of fluid.

D) the relative amount of fluids consumed against the amount of urine excreted.

 

 

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