Quick Reference To Clinical Dietetics / Edition 2

Quick Reference To Clinical Dietetics / Edition 2

by Lucinda K. Lysen
     
 

ISBN-10: 0763731986

ISBN-13: 9780763731984

Pub. Date: 02/06/2006

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

Quick Reference to Clinical Dietetics, Second Edition, is an easy-to-use, research-based text that focuses on the latest topics in nutrition management. Designed for quick access and clear guidance, this practical book is a must for those working in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Each section is written by a leading nutrition expert and offers step-by-step…  See more details below

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Quick Reference to Clinical Dietetics, Second Edition, is an easy-to-use, research-based text that focuses on the latest topics in nutrition management. Designed for quick access and clear guidance, this practical book is a must for those working in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Each section is written by a leading nutrition expert and offers step-by-step guidelines for nutrition screening and assessment, including physical assessment, nutrition intervention, and follow-up. Updates to the Second Edition include new information on gastric bypass from the Medical Director of the Gastric Bypass Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston; coding and reimbursement for medical nutrition therapy; a new chapter on dietary supplements, and complementary and alternative approaches; current coverage of low/controlled carbohydrate diets including the Atkins Diet; weight loss strategies from Barry Sears, Zone Diet creator; and 46 Appendices offer helpful charts and tables for reference.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780763731984
Publisher:
Jones & Bartlett Learning
Publication date:
02/06/2006
Edition description:
2E
Pages:
367
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents


Contributors     ix
Introduction     xiii
Screening and Assessment     1
Nutrition Screening     1
Nutrition Assessment     2
Physical Assessment     4
Indirect Calorimetry     13
Nutrition Management for Specific Medical Conditions     19
The Burn Patient     19
Cardiovascular Disorders     26
Cancer     35
Nutrition Support in the Critically III Patient     45
Diabetes Mellitus     50
Gastrointestinal Disorders     56
Geriatric Nutrition     73
Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation     81
Otolaryngology     91
HIV/AIDS     107
Obesity     118
Pediatric Conditions     130
Pulmonary Conditions     139
Renal Conditions     143
Solid Organ Transplantation     163
Nutrition Support     171
Enteral Nutrition     171
Parenteral Nutrition     177
Transitional Feeding     183
Hospital Discharge Planning: The Role of the Dietitian     187
Nutrition Management of the Patient Outside the Hospital Setting     201
Home Care     201
Long-Term Care     206
Functional Foods: An Overview     209
An Alternative Option to Weight Loss: Low/Controlled Carbohydrate Regimen     223
The Zone: A Low-Glycemic Load Diet     230
Complementary and Alternative Medicine     234
Reimbursement for Medical Nutrition Therapy     254
Meal Planning     261
Appendices
Algorithm for the Treatment of Diarrhea     283
Anemia     284
Anthropometric Measures     285
Assessment of Vitamin Nutriture     287
Average Daily Fluid Gains and Losses in Adults     295
Body Mass Index     296
Calculation of Daily Water Requirements     297
Clinical Determinants of Metabolic Syndrome     298
Daily Protein and Calorie Requirements for Adults     299
Daily Protein and Calorie Requirements for Pediatric Patients     300
Serum Proteins Used in Nutritional Assessments     301
Determine Your Nutritional Health Checklist     303
Dietary Reference Intakes     305
Drug-Induced Nutrient Alterations in Enteral Patients     306
Electrolyte Disorders     308
Energy Expenditure Equations      310
Examples of Typical Parenteral Nutrition Solutions     312
Guidelines to Determine Metabolic Stress     313
Ideal Weight for Height     314
Interdisciplinary Home Enteral Nutrition Education Checklist     315
Metabolic Complications of Tube Feeding     316
Mineral Requirements in Adults     318
Monitoring and Management of Gastrointestinal Complications in Pediatric Enteral Nutrition Patients     320
Nitrogen Balance Calculations     321
Nutrition Support Algorithm     322
Osmolality of Clear Liquids     323
Parenteral Electrolyte Recommendations for Adult Patients with Normal Function     324
Percent of Free Water in Enteral Formulas     325
Physical Markers of Hydration Status     326
Physical Signs Related to Nutrient Deficiencies or Excess     327
Physiologic Impact of Starvation versus Stress     332
Quadrants of the Abdomen     333
Recommendations for Parenteral Vitamin Intake in Adults     334
Recommendations for Parenteral Mineral Intake in Adults     335
Routine Urinalysis in Nutrition Assessment     336
Sample Nutrition Assessment Form for Long-Term Care     337
Sample Parenteral Renal Failure Formula      339
Screening Reference for Nutrient Deficiencies     340
Selected Doses of Antidiarrheal Medicines     341
Selected ICD-9 Codes for Diagnoses Pertinent to the Need for Enteral Nutrition     342
Severity of Weight Loss     344
Subjective Nutrition Global Assessment for Adult Liver Transplant Candidates     345
Classification of Obesity     347
Index     349

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