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Clear liquid diet used for...

GI disorder, post-operatively
-primarily to prevent dehydration and relieve thirst (consist of water and carbohydrates)

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examples of clear liquids

water, tea, coffee, broth, clear juices, jello, ginger ale, carbonated beverages

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full liquid diets

-transition from clear liquid to soft diet
-more nutritional support amounts of energy and nutrients

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full liquid diets examples

clear liquids (above) plus milk, pudding, soups, ice cream, sherbet, fruit juice, vegetable juice

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soft diet

-transition from full liquid to regular diet
-contain whole foods that are low in fibers, lightly seasoned, nad easily digested

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foods you CANT consume with soft diet

no raw fruits/ veggies, no foods that cause gas (ex/ beans), no coarse breads or cereals

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pureed diet

-consist of liquids and foods that are pureed to liquid form

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when is pureed diet used?

oral/facial surgery, wired jaws, chewing difficulties

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mechanical soft diet

those that require minimum chewing (ground meat, cooked veggies, canned fruit)

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when is mechanical soft diet needed?

chewing difficulties, no teeth (edentulous), dysphagia

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dysphagia diet- level 1

( pureed) foods with pudding like texture

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dysphagia diet- level 2

(mechanically altered) moist, semi-solid foods with soft texture

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dysphagia diet- level 3

moist, near-normal texture foods.
-No hard, sticky, crusty foods

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liquid consistencies- thin

all beverages, no restrictions

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liquid consistencies- nectar thick

heavy syrup consistency, can drink through straw (ex/ cream soup, thin, milkshake)

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liquid consistencies- honey thick

pourable. can be eaten with spoon, but can't drink with a straw (ex/ yogurt)

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liquid consistencies- spoon thick

thickened such that they maintain their shape need to be eaten with spoon (ex/ custard, pudding)