HIV Nutration

HIV Nutration

use Krause’s Food & The Nutrition Care Process 13th edition as your only reference and indicate the page number in which you derived your answer from. use the provided files to answers the questions plz note that there is no extention. I want either one of the writers who did my childhood case study or the Iron case study to do this paper or any writer with good nutrition back ground

HIV Case Study Questions:  Complete The Following Questions Prior to Taking the Quiz
1.  Study Mr. Long’s “usual dietary intake”. What concerns you about the foods and drinks he
consumes ?  Make a list.

2.  Go to your textbook. Read, study and make a list of nutrient recommendations listed on

3.  Study Mr. Longs “chief complant” in the case study. What two things get your attention
as a nutritionist?

4.  Read and study the posted information on alcohol use and immunity. Note alcohol’s effect
on certain immune cells? What would you tell a person infected with HIV about alcohol use?

5.   List the “common nutrition diagnoses” seen in HIV patients according to Krause.

6.   Study the “food-drug” interactions listed in Krause (related to ART medications).

7.  Study your textbook section on HIV Associated Lipodystrophy. Explain .

8.   Study the Table in Krause of Common Micronutrient Deficiencies. Explain .

9.   Go to .  Understand the disease and how it is spread. Study this information
and write at least 5 sentences on that .

10.  Go to:
List the HIV risk factors noted in this web site.  Which risk factors does Mr. Long have?

11.  What does seropositive mean?

12. Study Krause . Makes notes to yourself regarding the
latency period seen in HIV.

13.  What is Mr. Long’s CD4 count?  Study Krause’s information on CD4 count and ART drugs.
When is ART usually started?

14.   Go to:
What is thrush?  What causes it?  What is its relationship in HIV infected patients?

15.  Mr. Long is taking supplements and botanicals. Of those which he is taking, which are
known to have a benefit according to your power points? List them.