Pediatric Nutrition in Chronic Diseases and Developmental Disorders: Prevention, Assessment, and Treatment / Edition 2

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Overview

This much-needed resource comprehensively reviews the current status of research on nutrition in chronic diseases and developmental disorders of children and helps translate this research into clinical practice. It provides a wealth of information on the nutritional implications of diseases' states; how nutrition can affect brain development, learning child behavior and how to impove the health status of pediatric patients through nutritional measures. Assessment, prevention, and treatment are all covered. The chapters focus on biochemical and clinical abnormalities, techniques for evaluating nutrition including behavior, nutritional management, and follow-up procedures. Well-organized and user-friendly, the book will continue to be of great value to pediatricians, nutritionists, gastroenterologists, neurologists, family practitioners, and dietitians as well as students and residents in those fields. The Second Edition has been thoroughly updated and includes new chapters on botanicals, genetics and nutritional aspects of birth defects, vegetarianism, obesity/eating disorders, autism, and attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder, among other topics. Also available from the author is a Self-Study Guide with multiple choice questions and a few case studies 35 CPE/CME credits are available until 2015. For more information contact Dr. Ekvall at ekvallr@aol.com or shirley.ekvall@uc.edu or call 513-522-1403.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780195165647
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 3/3/2005
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 560
  • Product dimensions: 11.10 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Meet the Author

University of Cincinnati

Children with Developmental Disorders, Indianapolis

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Table of Contents

Part I. PREVENTIVE NUTRITION
Shirley W. Ekvall
A. NUTRITION AND GROWTH
1. Prenatal growth in pregnancy, Shirley W. Ekvall, Valli K. Ekvall, and Eileen Fowles
2. Postnatal growth in infancy, Barbara Niedbala and Shirley W. Ekvall
3. Small for gestational age infant and problems of prematurity, Oussama Itani, Barbara Niedbala, and Reginald Tsang
B. NUTRITION EVALUATION
4. Nutritional assessment - all levels and ages, Shirley W. Ekvall, Valli K. Ekvall, Jennifer Walberg-Wolfe and Wendy Nehring
5. Community based nutrition services and resources (counseling/cultural diversity), Cecilia Rokusek, Elvira Jarka, Barbary Hanley and Joan Earle Hahn
6. Nutrition support following stress of burns/Injury, Theresa Mayes and Michele Gottschlich
7. Sports nutrition for children, Karen Dolins and Martica Heaner
8. Vegetarian diets for children, Georgia Hodgkin
Part II. CHRONIC DISEASES AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES, Shirley W. Ekvall
A. NEUROLOGICAL AND DEVELOPMENTAL
9. Cerebral Palsy, Linda Bandini, Shirley W. Ekvall, and Virginia Stallings
10. Seizures and Epilepsy, Donald Olsen, Tuomas Westermarck, and Shirley W. Ekvall
11. Myelomeningocele, Shirley W. Ekvall and Frank Cerniglia, Jr.
12. Nutrients, Neurotransmitters and brain dysfunction, Valli K. Ekvall, Shirley W. Ekvall and Eric Bonsall
13. Autism, Vivianne Nordin and Shirley W. Ekvall
14. The Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Agnes Huber Shirley W. Ekvall
15. Down Syndrome, George Capone, David Muller and Shirley W. Ekvall
16. Prader-Willi Syndrome, Helen McCune and Daniel Driscoll
17. Rett Syndrome, Genila Bilbat, Carmen Cuffari, and SakkuBai Naidu
B. BEHAVIOR AND EATING DISORDERS
18. Childhood Obesity, Shirley W. Ekvall, Linda Bandini, Valli K. Ekvall and Carol Curtin
19. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Valli K. Ekvall, Shirley W. Ekvall and Susan Mayes
20. Failure to thrive, Barbara Niedbala and Mark Swanson
21. Rumination, Valli K. Ekvall, Shirely W. Ekvall
22. Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, and Eating Disorders, Valli K. Ekvall, Shirley W. Ekvall
23. Lead Toxicity and Pica, Agnes Huber and Shirley W. Ekvall
C. FEEDING DISORDERS
24. Feeding problems of the child with special health care needs, Harriet Cloud, Shirley W. Ekvall and Linda Hicks
25. Cleft lip and or palate and other craniofacial anomalies, Nedra Christensen and Howard Saal
D. DRUGS
26. Botanicals in Pediatrics, Rudolf Bauer, Andrea Hrastinger, Birgit Dietz and Gail Mahady
27. Drug therapy and nutrition, Ninfa Springer and Marshal Schlafer
E. MISCELLANEOUS CHRONIC DISEASES
28. Allergy and immunological disorders in children, Amal Assa'ad and Steve Sutton
29. HIV infection in children, Keith Thomas Ayoob
30. Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, Suzanne Simpson and Margaretha Haugen
31. Children with Cancer, Karen Kalinyak and Ingrid Ora
32. Congenital Heart disease and lipid disorders in children, Alan Lewis and Violet Hsieh
33. Chronic renal diseases in children, Judith Beto and Vinod Bansal
34. Nutrition in Sickle-cell Anemia, Karen Kalinyak
35. Nutrition in gastrointestinal disorders of infancy and childhood (with nutrition support and probiotics), Michael Farrell
36. Constipation and fiber, Shirley W. Ekvall
Part III. HEREDITARY METABOLIC DISORDERS (INCLUDING TANDEM MASS SPECTROMETRY STATE FOR A.B.C. SCREENINGS)
A. DISORDERS OF AMINO ACID METABOLISM
37. Homocystinuria, Rani Singh
38. Maple syrup urine disease, Rani Singh
39. Phenylketonuria and Maternal Phenylketonuria, Melanie Hunt, Nancy Leslie, Helen Berry, and Susan Berry
40. Tyrosinemia, Rebecca Roberts, Francjan van Spronsen, Shirley W. Ekvall, and Valli K. Ekvall
41. Urea Cycle Pathway, Kathleen Huntington and Cary Harding
B. ORGANIC ACIDEMIAS
42. Methylmalonic Acidemia and Propionic Acidemia, Dianne Frazier
43. Isovaleric Acidemia, 3 Methylcrotonyl Glycinuria, Dianne Frazier
44. Glutaric Acidemia Type I and 2-Ketoadipic Acidemia, Dianne Frazier
c. FATTY ACID OXIDATION DISORDERS
45. Adrenoleukodystrophy and other Peroxisomal disorders, Hugo Moser and Nga Hang Brereton
46. Mitochondrial fatty acid oxidation defects, Melanie Gillingha, Sandr Van Calcar and Cary Harding
47. Mitochondrial disorders, Richard Boles and Kathleen Moseley
D. DISORDERS OF CARBOHYRDRATE METABOLISM
48. Insulin dependent and Type II Diabetes, Nedra Christensen
49. Galactosemia, Sandra vanCalcar and Jon Wolff
50. Lactose Intolerance, Shirley Hack and Ari Bergwerk
51. Disorders of Fructose Metabolism, Wendy Smith
52. Glycogen Storage Disease, Priya Kishnani
E. Miscellaneous Genetic Disorders
53. Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome, Jack Rubenstein
54. Celiac Disease, James Heubi and Annelie Carlsson
55. Respiratory Disorders (Cystic Fibrosis and Bronchiopulmonary Dysplasia), Elisabeth Luder
56. Fragile X Syndrome, David Nelson and Mikiko Chihara Siomi
57. Hyperuricemias (Lesch-Nyhan Syndrome), William Nyhan
58. Williams Syndrome, Shirley W. Ekvall and Colleen Morris
59. Wilson's Disease, Florence Stevens and Shirley W. Ekvall
60. Nutritional aspects of birth defects, Howard Saal

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