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Nutrition Assessment Matrix
Parameter (not all-inclusive) Food and Nutrient Intake

Food/Nutrition-Related Nutrition Diagnostic Terminology
Nutrition Diagnostic Terminology NB 1.6 NI 1.5 NI 1.4 NI 2.2 NI 1.4 NI 5.2 Nutrition Assessment and/or ME Code FH-5.1.1, FH-8.1.1

Expected food/nutrition related outcomes are not achieved Excess intake of energy from energy dense or high fat foods/beveragesRestriction or omission of energy dense foods Highly variable calorie intake Insufficient intake of energy

NI 2.2

FH-, FH-1.2.1, FH1.5.1, CS-1.1.1, CS-2.1.1 FH-, FH-1.3.1, FH1.6.1, CS-1.1.1, CS-2.1.1

Intake inconsistent with estimated, or measured, or recommended needs Excess intake of fluid

NI 1.6 NI 2.5 NC 3.1 NI 3.2 NI 3.1

NI 1.6 NI 5.3

NI 1.7 NI 2.8 NC 3.4 NC 2.2 NC 3.2 NI5.9.1

NI 2.1 NC 3.1


FH-, CS-1.1.1 FH-1.1, FH-1.2, FH 1.3, FH 1.4, FH-1.5, FH-1.6, CS-1, CS-2, CS-3, CS-4 FH-1.2.1, CS-3.1.1 FH-1.2.1, CS-3.1.1 FH-1.2.2

NI 2.2 NI 5.11.1 NB 1.4

Insufficient intake of fluid

Changes in recent food intake Excess intake of foods without available vitamins

NC 1.2 NC 3.4 NI 5.1 NI 5.9.2 NB 1.2 NI 4.2 NI 2.1 NI 2.9 NI 5.9.1 NC 1.1 NB 2.4 NC 3.2 NC1.3 NI-2.5 NI-2.5 NI-2.9 NI 1.5

Excess intake of fortified foods and supplements containing vitamins Food group/nutrient imbalance Food additive intolerance Food variety, limited Insufficient intake of foods/food groups and nutrients

FH-1.6.1, CS-4.1 FH-1.6.1, CS-4.1 FH-, FH-, FH-

NB 3.2

FH- NI 5.3 NI 5.11.1 NC 3.1 FH-1.2.2

Normal intake of food in the face ofillness Enteral or parenteral nutrition therapy

NI 5.1 NI 5.10.1 NC 1.2 NB 3.2

FH-, FH-

Mother with small amount of milk when pumping Enteral or parenteral nutrition formula/solution inconsistent with evidence-based practice Enteral or parenteral nutrition support intolerance history Long-term enteral or parenteral nutrition support Excess intake of parenteral or enteral nutrition orcomponents of EN/PN Insufficient intake of fat, essential fatty acids Insufficient intake of parenteral or enteral nutrition Alcohol intake, excessive

FH-1.2.2, CH-2.1 FH-7.1.4 FH-1.3 FH-1.3 FH-1.3, FH- NC 3.3 FH-1.3, FH- FH-, FH-, FH1.5.1, FH-1.5.2, FH-1.5.3, FH-1.5.4, FH 1.6.1, FH-1.6.2, CS-1.1.1, CS-2, CS-4 FH-, FH-, CS2.1.1, CS-2.1.2 FH-,FH-2.3.1, CS1.1.1, CS-2.2.1 FH-1.4.1

NI 5.7.3

NI 2.8 NI 2.8 NI 2.4 NI 5.7.3

NI 5.6.1 NI 1.4 NI 2.1 NI 5.3 NI 2.3 NI 4.3 NC 1.2 NI 2.6 NI 5.2 NC 3.4

Supplemental material for International Dietetics and Nutrition Terminology (IDNT) Reference Manual, Third Edition. Copyright 2011 American Dietetic Association.


Parameter (not all-inclusive)

Food and Nutrient Intake, cont’d

Nutrition DiagnosticTerminology NI 4.3 NI 4.3 NI 4.2 NI 4.1 NI 4.2 NI 4.1 NI 4.2 NI 5.4 NI 5.8.6 NI 5.6.3 NI 5.6.2 NI 5.6.3 NI 5.8.5

Nutrition Assessment and/or ME Code FH-1.4.1 FH-1.4 FH-1.4

Excess intake of alcohol and/or binge drinking Excess intake of bioactive substances

Alcohol intake during pregnancy despite knowledge of risk Insufficient intake of bioactive substances

NC 3.4

FH-1.4.1, CH-2.1.6

Excessintake of plant foods containing soluble fiber, β-glucan, or plant sterol and stanol esters

Insufficient intake of fiber, soy protein, β-glucan, or plant sterol and stanol esters Ready access to available foods/products with bioactive substance Excess intake of fiber Excess intake of fat from high-risk lipids (saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol)

FH-1.4.2,1, FH-, FH1.5.4.2, CS-2.4.1,CS-2.4.2

FH-1.4.2, FH-1.5.4, CS-2.4.1, CS-2.4.2 FH-1.4.2, FH-6.1, FH-6.2 FH-, CS-2.4.1

NI 5.6.2 NI 5.4

Excess intake of fat and/or foods prepared with added fat

FH-, FH-, FH1.5.1.7, CS-2.1.2 FH-, CS-2.1.1 FH-, FH-, FH1.5.1.5, FH-, CS-2.1.1 FH-, CS-2.2.1, CS-2.2.2 FH-1.5.2, CS-2.2.1 FH-1.5.2, CS-2.2.1

Insufficient intake or incorrect ratio...
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