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Judith E. Brown
ISBN: 9781305628007

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Judith E. Brown
ISBN: 9781305628007
Textbook Problem

This case study requires use of the American Dietetic Association’s Nutrition Care Process.

Mr. Trigger, a 29-year-old male, and his healthy 32-year-old wife have been unable to conceive after two years of unprotected intercourse. Results of medical tests led Mr. Trigger to be diagnosed with male-factor infertility due to low sperm production. No other health problems were identified. His weight was assessed to be 260 lbs (118 kg) and his height measured 5 ft 10 in. (1.78 m). Mr. Trigger was referred to a registered dietitian for nutritional assessment, diagnoses, intervention, and follow-up.

Results of the nutritional assessment revealed that Mr. Trigger was physically inactive and consumed an average of 145 calories more per day than recommended based on his weight, height, and physical activity level. Results of assessments of Mr. Trigger’s dietary and supplement intake; nutrition-focused physical findings;

Name an appropriate priority nutrition diagnosis for this case.

Summary Introduction

To name: Appropriate priority nutrition diagnosis for the case.

Introduction: The National Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics has improved nutrition care standards, which help to serve as guidelines for nutrition services. The standards are known as nutrition care process (NCP), and they are a part of the new technology-based system. They are used for development and to facilitate health-services delivery and other factors.

Explanation

Person T aged 29 and his wife aged 32 are unable to conceive after two years of unprotected intercourse. The medical tests of Person T showed that he has male-factor infertility because of low production of sperm. Person T weighs 260 lbs and his height is 5ft 10 inch. Person T was referred to a registered dietitian for nutritional assessment, diagnoses, intervention, and follow-up. The nutritional assessment results revealed that Person T is physically inactive and consumes an average of 145 calories more per day than the recommended level...

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