B. Measure your client’s height, weight, and BP (see Part 2). Calculate and classify your client’s BMI.
C. Encourage client to get both a fasting blood lipid profile (TC, HDL-C, LDL-C) and blood glucose test if these have not been done within the past year.
II. Case Study Write-Up
A. Client demographics: Describe age, gender, occupation, and stress level of your client.
B. Describe physical activity (PA) status. Does the person meet current PA guidelines?
C. Analysis of medical history: Describe any medical problems and signs and symptoms of CVD, metabolic or renal disease.
D. Analysis of CHD risk profile: Evaluate your client’s score for each of the risk factors listed below:
2. Family history
3. Cigarette smoking
4. Hypertension—measure and evaluate client’s systolic and diastolic BP
5. Dyslipidemia—evaluate client’s TC, HDL-C, and LDL-C values
6. Prediabetes—evaluate client’s fasting blood glucose level
7. Obesity—evaluate client’s BMI and/or waist circumference
8. Physical inactivity
D. Lifestyle profile: Evaluate each component, pinpointing potential problem areas.
1. Dietary considerations (e.g., snacks, salt use, foods high in saturated fat?)
2. Eating habits (frequency of meals, types of food, caloric intake)
3. Physical activity (how often? how much?) and physical activity interests
4. Smoking and drinking habits
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