Vitamin K and Coumadin Therapy Each question below is worth 1 point.

Case Study #3: Vitamin K and Coumadin Therapy Each question below is worth 1 point. Answer the following questions using your
Case Study #3: Vitamin K and Coumadin Therapy Each question below is worth 1 point. Answer the following questions using your text book and the Dinner #1 and #2 outlined below. People who take anticoagulants such as Coumadin (warfarin) need to monitor their vitamin K intake to ensure they consume approximately the same amount of vitamin K each day. Variations in vitamin K intake can interfere with the blood’s ability to clot appropriately while on anticoagulant therapy. Dinner #1 Dinner #2 Pot roast, beef, 3 oz Grilled chicken breast, 3 oz Mashed potatoes, % cup Wild rice, 1 cup Broccoli, cooked, cup Spinach, steamed, % cup Dinner roll, whole-wheat, 1 item Biscuit, 1 item Kiwi, sliced, /2 cup Peach, fresh, 1 medium 1% milk, 1 cup 1% milk, 1 cup 1. What is the DRI for vitamin K for men (ages 19+)? a. 90 ug/day b. 100 ug/day c. 120 ug/day d. 130 ug/day 2. What is the DRI for vitamin K for women (ages 19+)? a. 60 ug/day b. 70 ug/day c. 90 ug/day d. 100 ug/day 3. Vitamin K dietary goals are set by a. Recommended Dietary Allowance b. Tolerable Intake c. Upper Intake d. Adequate Intake 4. People typically receive about their Vitamin K requirement from bacterial synthesis in the GI tract and about from foods. a. One-Forth; Three-Fourths b. Half; Half c. Three-Fourths; One-Fourth d. One-Third; Two-Thirds