Nutrition And Diet Therapy 8th Edition By Linda Kelly DeBruyne -Test Bank
Chapter 11 – Nutrition Through the Life Span: Pregnancy and Lactation
Answer, K/A, page(s) K = knowledge question; A = application question
T K 288 1. A low-birthweight baby has a statistically greater chance of contracting diseases and dying early in life.
F K 297 2. Because of the dangers of obesity, an overweight woman should try to gain little or no weight during pregnancy.
T K 306 3. Increasing maternal fluid intake does not increase breast milk volume.
F K 308 4. A lactating mother should avoid all types of oral contraceptives.
Nutrition in Practice – Encouraging Successful Breastfeeding
T K 315 5. Improper breastfeeding position is a frequent cause of sore nipples.
b K 287 1. The most potent single predictor of an infant’s future health status is:
a. rapidity of the mother’s recovery.
b. the infant’s birthweight.
c. the age at which the infant first learns to walk.
d. the ease and rapidity of delivery.
d K 288 2. Research suggests that low-birthweight babies may experience any of the following long-term health effects except:
a. a lower adult IQ.
b. greater risk of heart disease and hypertension.
c. short stature.
d. greater risk of psychological problems.
d K 288 3. All of the following are likely complications that obese pregnant women may face except:
a. premature delivery.
b. a larger-than-normal baby.
c. complications during delivery.
d. a low-birthweight baby.
a K 288 4. Nutrients and oxygen travel to the developing fetus via:
a. the placenta.
b. the amniotic sac.
c. its lungs.
d. its intestines.
b K 289,290 5. The effects of malnutrition during critical periods in pregnancy:
a. can be offset by vitamin and mineral supplementation.
b. are irreversible.
c. can be remedied later in pregnancy with a nutritious diet.
d. are not significant.