Alzheimer‘s Disease, Delphi Technique, and Nominal Group Technique
Chomping Down the Dietetic Exam
by Dietitian Feraz, MS, RDN
1y ago
Today's listener requested topics are taken from @rdexampodcast on Instagram and FaceBook and covers Alzheimer's disease, Delphi technique, and nominal group technique.  Questions Which of the following is least likely to be recommended for a patient diagnosed with Alzheimers disease? A. Decreasing saturated fat intake B. Increasing saturated fat intake C. Finger foods D. Avoiding patterned plates for mealtime   Which of the following is not considered a feature typically associated with the Delphi technique? A. Multiple rounds of questionnaires  B. Participants discussing the t ..read more
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Listener Requested Topics (Costs, Effectiveness Model, TQM/CQI, Assets/Liability)
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by Dietitian Feraz, MS, RDN
1y ago
This episode covers costs (fixed, variable, direct indirect), the Effectiveness Model, TQM/CQI, and Assets/Liability. Follow on Instagram @rdexampodcast for free questions. The following questions were asked in the episode: Which of the following is considered to be a fixed cost? A. Ingredients B. Rent C. Food containers D. All of the above You hold a leadership title in a business. An employee was hired 1 week ago who will be working for you. As a leader, which of the following styles should you use when communicating to the employee? A. Telling B. Selling C. Participating D. Delegating Which ..read more
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Acid Base Balance (Acidosis vs Alkalosis)
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by Dietitian Feraz, MS, RDN
1y ago
In this episode, we break down how to differentiate between respiratory acidosis, respiratory alkalosis, metabolic acidosis, and metabolic alkalosis. NOTE: At 32m 52s, a post production glitch forced the audio to be skipped and replaced with it stating metabolic acidosis as the answer, even though earlier, metabolic acidosis is eliminated as an answer choice. In fact the audio should have stated metabolic alkalosis.  For free practice questions, rationales, and submission of episode requests, follow on Instagram @rdexampodcast and facebook RD Exam Podcast ..read more
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Active vs Passive Transport, Conduction, and Osteomalacia
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by Dietitian Feraz, MS, RDN
1y ago
Today's listener requested topics are taken from @rdexampodcast on Instagram and FaceBook and cover Active vs Passive Transport, Conduction, and Osteomalacia. This episode is sponsored by Pocket Prep. How are water-soluble nutrients, such as vitamin C, absorbed? Simple diffusion Active transport Sodium potassium pump Passive diffusion Which of the following would not be considered a good heat conductor? Copper Silver Aluminum Glass Osteomalacia is primarily characterized by which of the following? Excessive bone growth Compromised bone mineralization Excessive mineralization All of the ab ..read more
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Vitamin D Pathways, Randomized Clinical Trials, Parallel vs Crossover Designs
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by Dietitian Feraz, MS, RDN
1y ago
Today's listener requested topics are taken from @rdexampodcast on Instagram and FaceBook and covers Vitamin D Pathways, Randomized Clinical Trials, and Parallel vs Crossover Designs. This episode is sponsored by Pocket Prep. 1. What is the name for the active form of vitamin D? A. Cholecalciferol B. 7-dehydrocholesterol C. Calcitriol  D. Calcidiol 2. Which of the following is an example of an RCT? A. A study consists of two groups, A and B. Group a consisted of participants who had been smoking for 10 or more years. Group B consisted of participants who had never smoked. Both groups were ..read more
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Food Production Systems (Conventional, Commissary, Ready-Prepared, Assembly Serve)
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by Dietitian Feraz, MS, RDN
1y ago
In this episode, we present five appetizer (practice) questions regarding food production systems. We then discuss the four systems in detail, along with a brief discussion on delivery systems and equipment. Finally, we re-visit our appetizer questions with detailed explanations.  To access extra content, ask questions, and make episode requests: Follow the show's Instagram: @rdexampodcast Email: rdexampodcast@gmail.com Join the show's FaceBook group by searching "rd exam podcast ..read more
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Diverticulosis vs Diverticulitis, Addison's Disease, Sensitivity vs Specificity
Chomping Down the Dietetic Exam
by Dietitian Feraz, MS, RDN
1y ago
Today's listener requested topics are taken from @rdexampodcast and cover diverticulosis vs diverticulitis, Addison's disease, sensitivity vs specificity. This episode is sponsored by Pocket Prep. Questions:  A high-fiber diet is contraindicated for which of the following disease states? Diverticulitis Diverticulosis Constipation Obesity Which of the following is generally increased in Addison’s disease? Aldosterone Cortisol Androgens Potassium Which of the following is known to correctly identify participants as not having a disease? Sensitivity Specificity Both A and B None of the ..read more
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Lipid Transporters (Micelles vs Chylomicrons), Gastroparesis, and Winterization
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by Dietitian Feraz, MS, RDN
1y ago
Today's listener requested topics are taken from @rdexampodcast and cover lipid transporters, Gastroparesis, and Winterization. This episode is sponsored by Pocket Prep. Questions What particles transport dietary lipids in the bloodstream? Glycerol Micelles Chylomicrons Fatty Acids Which of the following would be the best recommendation to treat gastroparesis? High fiber intake High fat intake Small, frequent meals Large, infrequent meals Which of the following is not typically winterized? Corn oil Cottonseed oil Soy oil Butter   ..read more
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FOCUS-PDCA, Tropical Sprue, and Maple Syrup Urine Disease
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by Dietitian Feraz, MS, RDN
1y ago
In this episode we cover FOCUS-PDCA, tropical sprue, and maple syrup urine disease. You can find free practice questions on @rdexampodcast on Instagram.  Questions (From PocketPrep) Angie is attempting to improve how the clinical RD's rotate floors in the hospital, and she has organized weekly meetings with the clinical RD team to discuss the process. Now she is talking with the RD team leaders and managers (people who are most involved with the process) to collect information and data about the floor's patient loads and responsibilities. Which step in FOCUS-PDCA is Angie at? Understand ..read more
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PKU, Nominal vs Ordinal Variables, Discrete vs Continuous Variables
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by Dietitian Feraz, MS, RDN
1y ago
In this episode, we cover listener-requested topics consisting of PKU, nominal vs ordinal variables, and discrete vs continuous variables. This episode is sponsored by Pocket Prep. Follow the show @rdexampodcast on Instagram for free practice questions. (From Pocket Prep) A tube feeding is running continuously at 80mL/hr and provides 1,000 calories, 64 grams of protein, and 840 mL of water per 1,000 mL of formula. The patient requires 2,000 calories and 135 grams of protein. Does the current rate meet his estimated needs?   A. Yes, but the feed should be changed to 12-hour cyclic rate B ..read more
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