Krause's Food, Nutrition, and Diet Therapy / Edition 9by L. Kathleen Mahan
Pub. Date: 02/28/1996
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
This edition was totally contributed by outside authors who are experts in their field. The new edition has all new
This book is the standard text for nutrition in colleges and universities nationwide and internationally. It has five sections, useful for teaching various courses such as basic nutrition, life cycle nutrition, and medical nutrition therapy.
This edition was totally contributed by outside authors who are experts in their field. The new edition has all new figures, new pathophysiology algorithms, and color photos. It remains the premiere text in the field of dietetics. It has been well received and is the number one text used on campuses in the US and has been translated into other languages.ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
One of the co-authors, Sylvia escott-Stump, is a recognized speaker, clinician, educator and consultant. She has been recognized by The American Dietetic Association, The Pennsylvania Dietetic Association, and as Outstanding Alumnus from Indiana U. of PA, where she was awarded honorary Phi Kappa Phi membership in 1998.
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Table of Contents
Part I: Nutrition Basics. Digestion, Absorption, Transport, and Excretion of Nutrients. Energy. Macronutrients: Carbohydrates, Lipids, and Proteins. Vitamins. Minerals. Water, Electrolytes, and Acid-Base Balance. Part II: Nutrition in the Life Cycle. Nutrition during Pregnancy and Lactation. Nutrition in Infancy. Nutrition for the Low-Birth-Weight Infant. Nutrition in Childhood. Nutrition in Adolescence. Nutrition in the Adult Years. Nutrition in Aging. Part III: Nutrition Care. Nutrition in the Community. Guidelines for Dietary Planning. Dietary and Clinical Assessment. Laboratory Data in Nutritional Assessment. Interactions Between Drugs and Nutrients. Integrative Medicine and Herbal Therapy. The Nutritional Care Process. Counselling for Change. Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition Support. Part IV: Nutrition for Health and Fitness. Nutrition for Weight Management. Nutrition for Eating Disorders. Nutrition for Exercise and Sports Performance. Nutrition in Cardiovascular Disease. Nutrition in Hypertension. Nutrition for Bone Health. Nutrition for Oral and Dental Health. Part V: Medical Nutrition Therapy. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Upper Gastrointestinal Tract Disorders. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Lower Gastrointestinal Tract Disorders. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Liver, Biliary System, and Exocrine Pancreas Disorders. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Metabolic Stress: Sepsis, Trauma, Burns and Surgery. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Diabetes Mellitus and Hypoglycemia of Nondiabetic Origin. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Anemia. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Heart Failure and Transplant. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Pulmonary Disease. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Renal Disorders. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Neoplastic Disease. MedicalNutrition Therapy for Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Medical Nutrition Therapy for Food Allergy and Food Intolerance. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Neurologic Disorders. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Rheumatic Disorders. Medical Nutrition Therapy for Inborn Metabolic Disorders. Appendixes. General Background. General Abbreviations. Unit Abbreviations. Potential ICD-9-CM Codes for Nutrition Services. Milliequivalents and Milligrams of Electrolytes. Approximate Conversions To and From Metric Measures. Nutritional Physical Assessment. Boys: Birth to 36 Months; Physical Growth NCHS Percentiles. Boys: Birth to 36 Months; Physical Growth NCHS Percentiles. Boys: 2 to 8 Years; Physical Growth NCHS Percentiles. Boys: Prepubescent; Physical Growth NCHS. Girls: Birth to 36 Months; Physical Growth NCHS Percentiles.
Girls: Birth to 36 Months; Physical Growth NCHS Percentiles. Girls: 2 to 8 Years; Physical Growth NCHS Percentiles. Girls: Prepubescent; Physical Growth NCHS. Stages of Adolescent Development for Females. Stages of Adolescent Development for Males. Direct method of Measuring Height. Indirect methods of Measuring Height: Arm Span and Recumbent. Determination of Frame Size. 1983 Metropolitan Height and Weight Tables. Determination of Body Mass Index (BMI). Arm Anthropometry for Children. Arm Anthropometry for Adults. Triceps Skinfold Thickness: Youth, 1-17Years, United States; 1971 to 1974. Triceps Skinfold Thickness: Adults, United States: 1971 to 1974. Percentage of Body Fat Based on Four Skinfold Measurements. Nomogram for Determining Abdominal/Gluteal Circumference Ratio (Waist/Hip Ratio). Percentiles for Upper Arm Circumference of Whites in the United States Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I, 1971 to 1974. Percentiles for Estimates of Upper Arm Fat Area and Upper Arm Muscle Area of Whites in the Unites States Health and Nutrition Examination Survey I, 1971-1974. Arm Anthropometry for the Elderly. Physical signs and nutritional Terms Associated with Malnutrition. Energy Expenditure During various Activities (Kcal/Min) for People of Various Weights. Laboratory Analysis and Interpretation. A Guide for the Use of Laboratory Data in Nutritional Assessment and Monitoring. Medication with Nutritional Status. Effects of some Drugs on Nutritional Status. Medications with Nutrition Implications. Enteral Formulas. Milk Based Formula, Products Designed to be Mixed With Milk. Whole Protein, Lactose-Free Formulas 1 to .5 Kcal. Whole Protein, Lactose-Free Formulas-1 to 1.2 Kcal. Whole Protein, Lactose-Free High Calorie Formulas 1.5-2.0 Kcal. Specially Designed Formula Diets Hepatic Pulmonary, Immune, Glucose Intolerance, Fat Malabsorption, Metabolic Stress, Renal, Clear Liquids. Defined Formulas. Pediatric Specialized Formulas. Modular Components for Enteral Feeding, Protein, Carbohydrates, Fat, Mixed? Nutrient Tables. Nutritive Values of the Edible Part of Food. Provisional Table on the Dietary Fiber Content of Selected Foods (100 Grams Edible Portion). Caffeine Contents of Foods. Nutritive Values for Alcohol. Oxalate Content of Foods per 100 Grams of Edible Portion. Provisional Table- Omega 3 fatty Acids and Other Fats. Carotenoid Content of Fruits and Vegetables. Provisional table - Vitamin D. Vitamin E as Alpha-Tocopherol. Vitamin K. Multiple Vitamin - Mineral Preparations. Provisional Table Selenium. Exchange Lists. Glycemic Indices of Foods.
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