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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Clinical paediatric dietetics.
Chichester, West Sussex : John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2015
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Notes:||Preceded by Clinical paediatric dietetics / edited by Vanessa Shaw and Margaret Lawson. 3rd edition 2007.|
|Description:||1 online resource (863 pages) : illustrations (some color)|
|Contents:||Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgements; About the Companion Website; Part 1 Principles of Paediatric Dietetics; Chapter 1 Nutritional Assessment, Dietary Requirements, Feed Supplementation; Introduction; Assessment of nutritional status; Expected growth in childhood; Dietary reference values; Fluid requirements; Supplementing feeds for infants with faltering growth or who are fluid restricted; Prescribing products for paediatric use; Useful links and further reading; Chapter 2 Provision of Nutrition in a Hospital Setting; Introduction. Nutrition care planningNutritionally well inpatients; The nutritionally vulnerable and those requiring therapeutic diets; Food for those at nutritional risk or requiring therapeutic diets; Preparation of food for neutropenic patients; Part 2 Nutrition Support and Intensive Care; Chapter 3 Enteral Nutrition; Introduction; Choice of feeds; Routes of feed administration; Methods of feed administration; Enteral feeding equipment; Home enteral feeding; Feed administration and tolerance; Monitoring children on enteral feeds; Useful links; Chapter 4 Parenteral Nutrition; Introduction. Nutrition support teamsIndications for parenteral nutrition in children; Considerations in paediatric parenteral nutrition; Nutrient requirements and solutions; Administration of parenteral nutrition; Delivery methods; Weaning off parenteral nutrition; Home parenteral nutrition; Chapter 5 Nutrition in Critically Ill Children; Introduction; Inflammatory and metabolic responses that impact on nutritional requirements; Nutritional assessment; Nutritional requirements; Nutritional management; Complications; Future research and unanswered questions; Part 3 Clinical Dietetics. Chapter 6 Preterm InfantsIntroduction; Nutritional requirements; Interpretation of requirements; Parenteral nutrition; Minimal enteral nutrition; Enteral nutrition; Nutritional assessment; Growth; Feeding issues in special conditions; Post discharge nutrition; Weaning onto solids; Useful links; Chapter 7 Gastroenterology; Introduction; Nutritional requirements; Acute diarrhoea --
fluid and dietary therapy; Food allergy in gastroenterology; Coeliac disease; Carbohydrate intolerances; Fat malabsorption; Neonatal enteropathies and protracted diarrhoea. Modular feeds for intractable diarrhoea and short bowel syndromeInflammatory bowel disease; Disorders of altered gut motility; Use of probiotics in gastrointestinal diseases; Further reading and useful links; Chapter 8 Surgery in the Gastrointestinal Tract; Congenital Malformations; Introduction; Oesophageal atresia and tracheo-oesophageal fistula; Duodenal atresia; Hirschsprung's disease; Abdominal wall defects; Short Bowel Syndrome; Introduction; Nutritional support; Pharmocological agents; Short bowel syndrome in older children; Weaning from parenteral nutrition; Monitoring.
|Other Titles:||Clinical pediatric dietetics.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Vanessa Shaw.|