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INSTRUCTIONS Implementing family-based childhood obesity interventions
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Implementing family-based childhood obesity interventions
General Purpose: To provide information on implementing family-based childhood obesity interventions. Learning Objectives: After reading the preceding article and taking this test, you should be able to: 1. Examine the diagnostic evaluation of obese children. 2. Select family-centered interventions to reduce childhood obesity.
- Childhood obesity is defined as a BMI ≥ what percentile for a child's age and gender?
- According to a 2009 retrospective study, what percentage of pediatric patients seen in primary care was obese?
- Diagnostic testing of a child with a BMI in the 85th to 94th percentile without additional risk factors includes a(n)
- fasting glucose.
- lipid panel.
- alanine aminotransferase.
- aspartate aminotransferase.
- For a child with a BMI ≥ the 95th percentile, testing for a fasting glucose should begin at puberty or
- 6 years old.
- 8 years old.
- 10 years old.
- 15 years old.
- The frequency of provider visits in an obesity treatment program depends on the
- interventions employed.
- insurance restrictions.
- intensity of comorbid conditions.
- overweight percentage.
- Expert recommendations include starting children with visits to obesity treatment programs
- weekly for 2 to 3 weeks.
- weekly for 4 to 6 weeks.
- weekly for 8 to 12 weeks.
- biweekly for 12 to 16 weeks.
- Which of the following statements is correct?
- Childhood obesity is a strong predictor for premature death from endogenous causes.
- Migraine headaches are less prevalent in obese children than average-weight children.
- Obesity does not impact a child's psychological health.
- Obese children are less likely to report body dissatisfaction than average-weight children.
- If cholesterol and triglyceride levels are within normal limits for an obese child, repeat testing is recommended every
- 6 months.
- 1 to 2 years.
- 3 to 5 years.
- 6 to 8 years.
- In the study by Epstein and colleagues, children had greater decreases in BMI when
- only the children were targeted for weight loss.
- families were given diet and exercise education without a target for weight loss.
- only parents were targeted for weight loss so they could teach by example.
- parents and children were targeted for weight loss.
- In the Epstein and colleagues study, 43% of the children in the most successful group maintained at least what overweight percentage decrease at 10 years?
- A strong predictor for a decrease in a child's BMI is
- disciplinary practices by the parents.
- a decrease in the parents' BMIs.
- bariatric surgery.
- antidepressant medication.
- Baumrind described parenting behaviors that foster self-assertion as
- Which parenting style should be promoted to positively influence children's weight patterns?
- Which test is recommended for a child with elevated carbon dioxide levels and tonsillar hypertrophy?
- pulmonary function testing
- fasting glucose
- fasting lipid profile
- Healthy People 2020 objectives aimed at decreasing childhood obesity focus on increased
- daily exercise.
- fruit and vegetable consumption.
- testing for comorbid conditions.
- family participation in weight loss.
- Current dietary recommendations include
- filling 2/3 of the plate with fruits and vegetables.
- switching to plain yogurt instead of milk.
- including no more than two servings of sugar-sweetened beverages/day.
- making at least half the grains consumed whole grains.
- Barlow recommends daily physical activity for a minimum combined time of
- 30 minutes.
- 45 minutes.
- 60 minutes.
- 90 minutes.
- Instruct families to limit daily TV and screen time for children to ≤
- 2 hours.
- 2.5 hours.
- 3 hours.
- 3.5 hours.
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