Handbook of Pediatric Nutrition / Edition 2

Handbook of Pediatric Nutrition / Edition 2

by Patricia Queen Samour, Carol E. Lang, Kathy King Helm
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0763733059

ISBN-13: 9780763733056

Pub. Date: 07/02/2003

Publisher: Jones & Barlett Learning

This is a cpmprehensive handbook covering all aspects of pediatric nutrition.

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This is a cpmprehensive handbook covering all aspects of pediatric nutrition.

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ISBN-13:
9780763733056
Publisher:
Jones & Barlett Learning
Publication date:
07/02/2003
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
719
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 9.90(h) x 1.80(d)

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Table of Contents

Contributorsxi
Prefacexv
Part INormal Pediatric Nutrition and Growth1
Chapter 1Physical Growth and Development3
What is Growth?3
How is Growth Measured?3
General Periods and Patterns of Growth3
Growth of Body Tissues7
Growth of Lean Body Mass8
Growth of Total Body Fat9
Skeletal Growth9
How to Assess Growth Status12
Growth Velocity13
Special Children14
Conclusions14
Chapter 2Nutritional Assessment17
Screening17
Nutritional Assessment18
Data Evaluation and Plan35
Conclusions38
Chapter 3Nutrition for Premature Infants43
Parenteral Nutrition46
Enteral Nutrition49
Nutritional Assessment57
Discharge Concerns60
Conclusions60
Chapter 4Normal Nutrition During Infancy65
Breastfeeding65
Bottle Feeding70
Supplementation of Vitamins and Minerals for All Infants82
Weaning and Feeding Progression84
Dental Caries in Infancy86
Whole Cow's Milk89
Juice Consumption During Infancy89
Feeding Problems90
Conclusions94
Chapter 5Normal Nutrition from Infancy through Adolescence99
Progress in Growth and Development99
Food Intake Patterns and Guidelines102
Nutrition Issues109
Diet and Dental Health109
Effect of Diet on Learning and Behavior113
Adolescent Pregnancy114
Substance Abuse115
Health Promotion116
Nutrition Education117
Chapter 6Nutrition Counseling121
Counseling Children versus Adults-What is the Difference?121
How Children Learn121
Developmental Stages122
Creating a Learning Environment125
The Counseling Experience126
Providing Developmentally Appropriate Experiences128
Role of the Parent129
Counseling the Child with Special Needs130
Summary131
Chapter 7Vegetarianism in Children133
Reasons for Choosing a Vegetarian Diet133
Counseling the Vegetarian Client133
Alternative Medical Beliefs and the Vegetarian Diet142
Vegetarian Diets Throughout Childhood143
Summary146
Chapter 8Food Hypersensitivities149
Pathophysiology151
Clinical Manifestations154
Non-IgE-Mediated Food Hypersensitivity155
Diagnosing Food Hypersensitivity155
Therapy162
Cross-Contamination165
Milk Hypersensitivity165
Egg Hypersensitivity165
Soybean Hypersensitivity166
Wheat Hypersensitivity166
Fish Hypersensitivity166
Peanut Hypersensitivity166
Other Principles of Management and Treatment167
Accidental Ingestion167
Natural History and Prevention168
Chapter 9Childhood Obesity173
Risks Associated with Childhood Obesity173
Definition and Measurement173
Etiology174
Longitudinal Perspective on Child and Adolescent Obesity174
Assessment and Diagnosis177
Treatment180
Conclusion183
Chapter 10Eating Disorders191
Definitions191
Etiology192
Incidence and Prevalence192
Medical, Psychologic, and Behavioral Changes194
Prognosis195
Treatment195
Case Study: Anorexia Nervosa200
Case Study: Bulimia Nervosa201
Chapter 11Sports Nutrition for Children and Adolescents205
Physical Activity205
Physiologic Effects of Exercise205
Nutritional Concerns210
Exercise Recommendations in Specific Groups211
Recognition and Treatment of Nutrition Disorders Related to Sports219
Ergogenic Aids and Drugs219
Exercise Program Recommendations222
Chapter 12Community Nutrition225
Community Nutrition Services and Programs for Children225
Federal Food and Nutrition Education Resources225
Other Food Resources in the Community229
Nutrition Components and Services in Federal Programs229
State and Local Nutrition Services231
Other Nutrition Education Resources232
The Role of Community Nutritionists in Public Health Programs232
Providing Community Nutrition Services in a Changing Environment233
Part IITherapeutic Pediatric Nutrition241
Chapter 13Nutrition Support of Inborn Errors of Metabolism243
Principles and Practical Considerations in Nutrition Support243
Inborn Errors of Amino Acid Metabolism246
Inborn Errors of Nitrogen Metabolism271
Inborn Errors of Carbohydrate Metabolism284
Inborn Errors of Lipoprotein Metabolism285
Inborn Errors of Mineral Metabolism285
Areas Requiring Further Research285
Functions of the Dietitian in Nutrition Support of Patients With an Inborn Error of Metabolism286
Chapter 14Developmental Disabilities293
Definition of Developmental Disabilities293
Nutritional Needs of the Child with Developmental Disabilities293
Nutritional Assessment298
Management of Nutrition Concerns304
Management of Nutritional Problems308
Other Nutritional Considerations312
Conclusion312
Chapter 15Pulmonary Diseases315
Cystic Fibrosis315
Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia332
Asthma343
Chapter 16Gastrointestinal Disorders355
Diagnostic Tests355
Acute Diarrhea355
Chronic Diarrhea of Infancy355
Celiac Disease365
Inflammatory Bowel Disease366
Lactose Intolerance369
Constipation370
Pancreatic Insufficiency and Cholestatic Liver Disease370
Short Bowel Syndrome373
Liver Transplantation377
Chapter 17Chronic Renal Disease385
Conservative Management387
Dialysis390
Transplantation391
Conclusion393
Chapter 18Failure to Thrive395
Introduction395
Diagnostic Criteria and Evaluation of Growth395
Classification of Severity of Undernutrition398
Medical Evaluation399
Psychosocial Evaluation399
Parent-Child Interactions402
Nutrition Evaluation403
Assessment of the Diet404
Prognosis407
Chapter 19Cardiology413
Congenital Heart Disease413
Acute Care414
Extracorporeal Life Support416
Parenteral Nutrition Support417
Enteral Nutrition Support417
Chronic Care419
Nutrition Management of Pediatric Hyperlipidemia420
Chapter 20Diabetes425
Medical Nutrition Therapy for the Child With Diabetes425
The Diabetes Team425
Nutrition Principles for the Management of Diabetes and Related Complications427
Designing the Meal Plan433
Age-Specific Developmental Considerations439
Pregnancy445
Monitoring Tools446
Organizations and Publications449
Conclusion450
Chapter 21Pediatric Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome453
Definitions for AIDS Surveillance of Children453
Diagnosis455
Epidemiology455
Clinical Manifestations455
Medications456
Nutritional Implications458
Growth and Body Composition458
Nutritional Assessment459
Caloric Requirements460
Nutritional Intervention460
Conclusion462
Chapter 22Oncology and Marrow Transplantation465
Nutritional Effects of Cancer465
Nutritional Effects of Cancer Therapy469
Nutritional Assessment477
Nutrient Requirements480
Nutritional Support480
Special Considerations485
Additional Resources488
Chapter 23Nutrition in the Burned Pediatric Patient493
Anatomic and Physiologic Considerations493
Metabolic Manifestations of Thermal Injury494
Fluid Requirements495
Caloric Needs496
Carbohydrate Needs498
Protein Needs500
Fat Needs500
Micronutrient Needs501
Nutritional Intervention Strategies502
Parenteral Hyperalimentation507
Nutritional Assessment508
Conclusion508
Chapter 24Enteral Nutrition513
Patient Selection513
Product Selection515
Product Availability and Cost524
Administration of Feeding530
Prevention and Treatment of Complications535
Weaning538
Planning for Home Enteral Support540
Chapter 25Parenteral Nutrition551
Clinical Indications551
Vascular Access553
Solution Administration Methods and Equipment555
Cycling561
Fluid and Electrolytes561
Energy563
Carbohydrate563
Protein566
Fat572
Vitamins574
Minerals574
Patient Monitoring578
Psychosocial Issues579
Reimbursement582
Chapter 26Botanicals in Pediatrics589
Growth of the Herbal Market590
Definitions590
The Use of Herbs and Phytomedicines in Pediatrics592
Conclusion599
Appendix APremature Infant Growth Charts601
Appendix BIncremental Growth Charts605
Appendix CDown Syndrome Growth Charts627
Appendix DBMI and Weight Gain Charts633
Appendix EBody Mass Index for Selected Weights and Statures639
Appendix FPercentiles for Body Mass Index in US Children 5 to 17 Years of Age645
Appendix GNomograms653
Appendix HArm and Skinfold Measurements657
Appendix IProgression of Sexual Development667
Appendix JBiochemical Evaluation of Nutrition Status669
Appendix KDietary References Intakes and Recommended Dietary Allowances681
Appendix LGeneral Guidelines, Daily Values, Food Guide Pyramid, and Conversion Tables689
Appendix MNCHS Growth Charts695
Index699

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