- increased risk for falls.
- poor wound healing.
- chronic heart failure.
- increased risk of infections.
Number 3 is correct.
Due to many factors, older adults are at risk for malnutrition. Complications caused by malnutrition include an increased risk of falls due to weakness, poor wound healing, and an increased risk for infections. Malnutrition does not contribute to chronic heart failure; however, chronic heart failure does put a client at risk for malnutrition.