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Nutrition in pediatrics : basic science, clinical application

Author: Christopher Duggan; John B Watkins; W Allan Walker
Publisher: Hamilton : BC Decker, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 4th edView all editions and formats
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The field of paediatric nutrition has developed into an area essential to components of academic paediatric program throughout the world. Among the paediatric texts available, none deals with the physiologic or pathophysiologic basis of nutrition in paediatric health and disease in children of all ages. Extending physiologic and pathophysiologic considerations to their coverage of nutritional needs with respect to  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Duggan; John B Watkins; W Allan Walker
ISBN: 9781550093612 1550093614
OCLC Number: 179781149
Description: xvii, 923 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Contents: Part 1:General Concepts. Ch. 1. Pediatric nutrition: a distinct subspecialty --
Ch. 2. Clinical assessment of nutritional status --
Ch. 3. Laboratory assessment of nutritional status --
Ch. 4. Body composition and growth --
Ch. 5. Macronutrient requirements for growth: carbohydrates --
Ch. 6. Macronutrient requirements for growth: protein/amino acids --
Ch. 7 Micronutrient requirements for growth: fats and fatty acids --
Ch.8. Trace elements --
Ch. 9. Iron --
Ch.10. Vitamins --
Ch. 11. Dietary reference intakes --
Ch.12. International nutrition --
Ch.13. Protein-energy malnutrition: pathophysiology, clinical consequences, and treatment --
Ch.14: Childhood malnutrition: prevention and control at the national level --
Ch.15. Community nutrition and its impact on children: industrialized countries --
Ch.16. Nutritional epidemiology --
Ch.17. Food safety --
Ch.18. Drug therapy and role of nutrition. Part 2: Physiology and Pathophysiology. Ch.19. Nutrition and gene expression --
Ch.20. Nutrition and humoral regulation of growth --
Ch.21. Gastrointestinal development: implications for infant feeding --
Ch.22. Immunophysiology and nutrition of the gut --
Ch.23. Malnutrition and host defense --
Ch. 24. Neuropsychological development --
Ch.25. Nutrition and the behavior of children. Part 3: Perinatal Nutrition. Ch.26. Maternal nutrition and pregnancy outcome --Ch.27. Human growth and disease in later life --
Ch.28. Development of the fetus: carbohydrate and lipid metabolism --
Ch.29. Amino acid nutrition in utero: placental function and metabolism --
Ch.30. Human milk: nutritional properties --
Ch.31.Protective properties of human milk --
Ch.32. Approach to breast-feeding --
Ch.33. The low-birth-weight infant: inpatient care --
Ch.34. Nutritional management of preterm infants postdischarge --
Ch.35. The term infant --
Ch. 36. Complementary feeding. Part 4. Obesity and Energy Balance. Ch.37. Energy metabolism and requirements in health and disease --
Ch.38. Energy and substrate regulation in obesity --
Ch.39. Evaluation and Management in obesity --
Ch.40. Complications of obesity: metabolic syndrome --
Ch.41.Popular diets for obesity. Part 5: Nutritional Aspects of Specific Disease States. Ch.42. Feeding difficulties --
Ch.43. Failure to thrive --
Ch. 44. Nutritional assessment of the hospitalized patient --
Ch.45. Developmental disabilities --
Ch.46.1 Inborn errors of fasting adaptation: glycogen storage --
Ch.46.2 Inborn errors of metabolism and the liver --
Ch.47. Persistent renal disease --
Ch.48. Inflammatory bowel disease --
Ch.49. Pediatric HIV infection --
Ch.50. Celiac disease --
Ch.51. Food allergies --
Ch.52.Exocrine pancreatic disease including cystic fibrosis --
Ch.53. Acute and chronic liver disease --
Ch.54. Cancer prevention --
Ch.55.Cancer treatment --
Ch.56. Diabetes Mellitis --
Ch.57. Diarrheal diseases --
Ch.58. Intestinal failure, short bowel syndrome, and intestinal transplantation --
Ch.59.The critically ill child --
Ch.60. Hyperlipidemia and cardiovascular disease risk --
Ch.61.Carbohydrate absorption and malabsorption --
Ch.62. Nutritional anemias --
Ch.63. Function and nature of the components in the oral cavity --
Ch.64. Adolescence: healthy and disordered eating --
Ch.65. The adolescent athlete: performance-enhancing drugs and dietary supplements --
Ch.66. Adolescence: bone disease. Part 6 : Approach to Nutritional Support. Ch.67. Standard and specialized enteral formulas --
Ch.68. Enteral nutrition --
Ch.69 Parenteral nutrition --
Ch.70. Dietary supplements and nutraceuticals --
Ch.71. Special diets. Appendices: 1) Nutritional assessment --
2) Nutritional requirements --
3) enteral products.
Responsibility: [edited by] Christopher Duggan, John B. Watkins, W. Allan Walker.

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