Diarrhoea and Malnutrition in Childhood [NOOK Book]


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781483140742
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science
  • Publication date: 10/22/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 266
  • File size: 5 MB

Table of Contents

1 The Interrelationships between Chronic Diarrhea and Malnutrition
2 The Relation between Weaning Practices and Patterns of Morbidity from Diarrhea: an Urban Gambian Case Study
3 The Impact of Acute Diarrhea of Different Etiologies on Food Intake in Children
4 The Maintenance of Mucosal Integrity
5 The Effect of Malnutrition on Gut Structure, Function and Healing after Injury
6 Which Bacteria Damage the Gut and/or Predispose to Chronic Diarrhea?
7 Bacterial Overgrowth in the Small Intestine
Part 1 Causes and Consequences
Part 2 In Malnourished Children
8 Shigellosis
9 Intestinal Parasites
Part 1 Nutritional Importance
Part 2 Giardiasis: Impact on Child Growth
Part 3a Cryptosporidium: Another Gut Pathogen?
Part 3b Cryptosporidium in the Post-Enteritis Syndrome
10 Helminths
Part 1 Trichuriasis in Africa and the Caribbean
Part 2 Trichuriasis in St Lucia
11 Chronic Diarrhea, Malabsorption and the Role of Viruses
12 Do Repeated Attacks of Acute Diarrhea Cause Chronic Diarrhea?
13 Delayed Recovery after Gastroenteritis
Part 1 Delayed Recovery in Childhood
Part 2 Body-Weights, Bacterial Infections, Acute Gastroenteritis and Tendency to Chronicity
14 Theoretical and Practical Evidence for Involvement of the Colon in Diarrheal Diseases
15 Gastroenteritis and Malnutrition
Part 1 Rotavirus and Malnutrition
Part 2 Gastroenteritis and its Impact on Nutrition in Asian and Caucasian Infants in East London
16 The Role of the Pancreas
Part 1 Malnutrition and the Exocrine Pancreas
Part 2 Pancreatic Function in Malnourished Children
17 The Role of the Liver
Part 1 Hepatic Dysfunction and Malnutrition in the Experimental Animal
Part 2 Hepatic Dysfunction and Malnutrition in Children
18 Gastrointestinal Structure and Function in Measles
19 Malnutrition and Immunity
Part 1 The Effects of Nutritional Deficiency on Systemic and Local Immunity: Implication for Gastrointestinal Disease
Part 2 Immunity in Malnutrition without Infection in Preschool Children
20 The Role of Food Intolerance
Part 1 Temporary Syndromes of Food Intolerance: Pathology and Mechanisms of Food Allergy
Part 2 The Role of Cow's Milk Protein Intolerance in Chronic Diarrhea in a Developing Community
Part3 Permanent Food Intolerance: the Role of Celiac Disease
21 Epidemiology of Diarrhea
Part 1 The Global Magnitude of Diarrheal Disease in Young Children
Part 2 Chronic Diarrhea in Childhood: Some Epidemiological Features
22 The Role of Breast-Feeding
Part 1 How Protective is Breast-Feeding in Diarrheal Diseases?
Part 2 Promotion of Breast-Feeding
23 Some Management Strategies
Part 1 Human Breast Milk in the Management of Protracted Diarrhea of Infancy
Part 2 The Role of Colostrum
Part 3 Home-Made Rehydration Solutions
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