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著者: Patricia Queen Samour; Kathy King, RD.
出版商: Sudbury, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, ©2012.
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ISBN: 9780763784508 0763784508
OCLC号码: 650217977
注意: Rev. ed. of: Handbook of pediatric nutrition. 3rd ed. c2005.
描述: xxii, 538 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
内容: Preface --
Acknowledgments --
Contributors --
Chapter 1: Preconception And Prenatal Nutrition / Alyce Thomas and Maria Duarte-Gardea --
Preconception --
Diabetes --
Obesity --
Hypertension --
Polycystic ovary syndrome --
Lifestyle factors --
Smoking --
Pregnancy --
Weight issues in pregnancy --
Multiple gestation --
Gastrointestinal discomforts --
Eating disorders --
Physical activity --
Nutrient recommendations --
Comorbidities during pregnancy --
Food safety --
Post-delivery issues --
Depression --
Breastfeeding --
Lifestyle interventions --
Resources for preconception and prenatal nutrition --
Chapter 2: Physical Growth And Maturation / Wm Cameron Chumlea and Michael LaMonte --
What is growth? --
How is growth measured? --
Periods and patterns of growth --
Infancy: birth to age 2 years --
Preschool years: 3 to 6 years of age --
Middle childhood: 7 to 10 years of age --
Adolescence: 11 to 18 years of age --
Assessing growth status --
CDC 2000 growth charts --
WHO growth charts --
Using the CDC or the WHO growth charts --
BMI growth charts --
Race/ethnicity --
Comparing the CDC and WHO growth charts --
Premature growth --
Growth velocity --
Maturation --
Body composition --
Growth of muscle --
Growth of body fat --
Skeletal growth --
Special children --
Chapter 3: Nutritional Assessment / Susan Bessler --
Screening --
Nutritional assessment --
Medical history --
Anthropometric data --
Laboratory measurements --
Clinical evaluation --
Dietary evaluation --
Calculation of energy requirements --
Definition of terms --
Standardized equations --
Data evaluation and plan --
Protein-energy malnutrition --
Failure to thrive --
Standard deviation --
Conclusion --
Chapter 4: Nutrition For Premature Infants / Diane M Anderson --
Introduction --
Parenteral nutrition --
Management concerns and medical problems --
Transition to enteral feedings --
Enteral nutrition --
Breastfeeding --
Nutritional assessment --
Dietary considerations --
Anthropometric measurements --
Assessment of feeding tolerance --
Discharge concerns --
Conclusion --
Chapter 5: Normal Nutrition During Infancy / Susan Akers and Sharon Groh-Wargo --
Nutrition issues at birth --
Nutrient needs --
Breastfeeding --
Informed choice --
Human milk composition --
Maternal diet during breastfeeding --
Management of lactation --
Bottle-feeding --
Infant formula composition --
Standard formulas --
Soy formulas --
Protein hydrolysates --
Amino acid-based formulas --
Follow-up formulas --
Other products fed to infants --
Management of formula feedings --
Feeding techniques and schedules --
Supplementation --
Weaning and feeding progression --
Physical readiness for solids --
Psychological readiness for solids --
Complementary foods --
First foods --
Home preparation of baby foods --
Risk for obesity --
Dental caries in infancy --
Whole cow's milk --
Water in first year --
Juice consumption during infancy --
Feeding problems --
Food allergy in infancy --
Constipation and stool characteristics --
Acute diarrhea --
Gastroesophageal reflux --
Food refusal --
Suggested websites --
Conclusion --
Chapter 6: Normal Nutrition From Infancy Through Adolescence /Betty Lucas, Beth Ogata, and Sharon Feucht --
Progress in growth and development --
Nutrient needs --
Energy --
Protein --
Minerals and vitamins --
Food intake patterns and guidelines --
Factors influencing food intake --
Family --
Media --
Peers --
Body image --
Feeding the toddler and preschool child --
Feeding the school-age child --
Feeding the adolescent --
School nutrition --
School lunch programs --
Vending machines and other competing foods --
School wellness policies --
Other nutrition issues --
Diet and oral health --
Prevention of caries --
Early childhood caries --
Iron deficiency anemia --
Effect of diet on learning and behavior --
Diet and learning behavior --
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder --
Vegetarian nutrition --
Adolescent pregnancy --
Nutrition and physical activity --
Physical activity in children and teens --
Sports nutrition --
Health promotion --
Heart health --
Bone health --
Fiber --
Nutrition education --
Chapter 7: Food Hypersensitivities / Lynn Christie --
Clinical manifestations --
Pathophysiology --
IgE-mediated food hypersensitivities --
Non-IgE-mediated food hypersensitivity --
Diagnosing food hypersensitivity --
History --
Physical exam --
Skin testing and in vitro assays --
Diet diary --
Elimination diets --
Oral food challenges --
Diet therapy --
Education --
Labels --
Cross-contact --
Elimination diets --
Milk hypersensitivity --
Egg hypersensitivity --
Soybean hypersensitivity --
Wheat hypersensitivity --
Peanut hypersensitivity --
Tree nut hypersensitivity --
Fish and shellfish hypersensitivity --
Other principles of management and treatment --
Natural history and prevention --
Conclusion --
Chapter 8: Weigh Management: Obesity To Eating Disorders / Laura V Hudspeth, Bonnie A spear, and Haley W Lacey --
Introduction --
Overweight/obesity --
Prevalence and trends --
Medical complications of obesity in children and adolescents --
Assessment and diagnosis --
Nutritional factors in prevention and treatment of obesity --
Physical activity --
Motivational interviewing --
Prevention --
Treatment --
Staged approach to treating childhood obesity --
Recommended weight change goals --
Bariatric surgery --
Resources --
Eating disorders --
Diagnostic criteria --
Children and adolescents --
Healthcare team --
Prognosis --
Nutrition assessment --
Medical consequences and intervention in eating disorders --
Anorexia nervosa --
Bulimia nervosa --
Eating disorders not otherwise specified --
Eating disorders in the male population --
Conclusion --
Chapter 9: Genetic Screening And Nutrition Management / Phyllis B Acosta --
Introduction --
Newborn screening --
Principles and practical considerations in nutrition support --
Principles of nutrition support --
Practical considerations in nutrition support --
Maillard reaction --
Introduction of pureed foods --
Changes in nutrition support prescription --
Monitoring --
Inborn errors of amino acid metabolism --
Inborn errors of nitrogen metabolism --
Inborn errors of carbohydrate metabolism: galactosemias --
Inborn errors of fatty acid oxidation (mitochondrial) --
Areas needing further research --
Functions of the dietitian in nutrition support of patients with an inborn error of metabolism --
Nutrigenomics --
Chapter 10: Developmental Disabilities / Harriet H Cloud --
Definition of developmental disabilities --
Nutritional needs of the child with developmental disabilities --
Lowered energy needs --
Higher energy needs --
Protein, carbohydrates, and fats --
Vitamins, minerals, and botanicals --
Nutrition assessment --
Management of nutrition concerns --
Nutritional problems --
Obesity --
Prader-Willi syndrome --
Failure to thrive --
Constipation --
Feeding problems --
Dental disease --
Seizures --
Autism, attention deficit disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder --
Autism --
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and attention deficit disorder --
Community resources and cost --
Conclusion --
Chapter 11: Pulmonary Diseases / Erin Redding and Shannon Despino --
Cystic fibrosis --
Genetics/incidence --Manifestations/diagnosis --
Management --
Effects of CF on nutritional status --
Nutritional screening and assessment --
Nutritional management --
Alternative/complementary medicine --
Identification of areas needing further research --
Bronchopulmonary dysplasia --
Increased nutrient requirements --
Effects of bronchopulmonary dysplasia --
Growth of infants with BPD --
Nutritional screening and assessment --
Nutrition management --
Barriers to meeting increased needs --
Meeting nutritional needs --
Addressing feeding difficulties --
Identification of areas needing further research --
Asthma --
Food allergies and asthma --
Effects of nutrients on asthma --
Effects of asthma treatment on nutritional status --
Nutritional management --
Combating steroid side effects --
Alternative/complementary medicine --
Identification of areas for further research --
Chapter 12: Gastrointestinal Disorders / Amanda Croll, Sarah Weston, Jennifer Autodore, and Jenni Beary --
Introduction --
Acute diarrhea --
Nutrition management --
Lactose-containing products --
Fiber--
Prebiotics and probiotics --
Chronic diarrhea --
Nutrition management --
Constipation --
Gastroesophageal reflux --
Lactose intolerance --
Primary lactase deficiency --
Secondary lactase deficiency --
Developmental (neonatal) lactase deficiency --
Congenital lactase deficiency --
Celia disease --
Inflammatory bowel disease --
Nutrition assessment --
Nutrition therapy --
Pancreatitis --
Nutrition therapy for mold pancreatitis --
Nutrition therapy for severe pancreatitis --
Cholestatic liver disease --
Nutrition assessment --
Nutrition therapy --
Liver transplant --
Nutrition assessment --
Pretransplant nutrition therapy --
Post-transplant nutrition therapy --
Short bowel syndrome --
Nutrient and fluid absorption --
Nutritional adequacy --
Phases of nutrition therapy --
Other treatments --
Intestinal transplantation --
Websites --
General gastrointestinal --
Celiac --
Magazines for people with food allergies and sensitivities --
Crohn's and colitis foundation of America --
Chapter 13: Chronic Kidney Disease / Linda A Phelan --
Stages, etiology, and consequences of chronic kidney disease --
Conservative management --
Calcium and phosphorus --
Sodium, potassium, and fluid --
Protein/energy --
Vitamins and minerals --
Dialysis --
Calcium and phosphorus --
Sodium, potassium, and fluid --
Protein/energy --
Lipids --
Vitamins --
Carnitine --
Transplantation --
Conclusion --
Chapter 14: Cardiology / Melanie Savoca, Monica Nagle, and Susan Konek --
Congenital heart disease --
Factors associated with malnutrition --
Acute care --
Extracorporeal life support --
Parenteral nutrition support --
Gastrointestinal function --
Enteral nutrition support --
Pediatric cardiomyopathy --
Chylothorax --
Genetic syndromes and chromosome anomalies --
Chronic care --
Pediatric Hyperlipidemia --
Chapter 15: Diabetes / Laurie Anne Higgins --
Introduction --
Diabetes team --
Nutrition principles for the management of diabetes and related complications --
Calories --
Carbohydrate and sweeteners --
Glycemic index and glycemic load --
Sucrose --
Nutritive sweeteners --
nonnutritive sweeteners --
Fiber --
Protein --
Total fat --
Vitamins and minerals --
Alcohol --
Designing the meal plan --
Nutrition counseling --
Meal-planning approaches --
Insulin therapy --
Snacks --
CSII/pump therapy --
Long-acting insulin's --
Age-specific developmental considerations --
Birth to 12 months of age --
One to 4 years of age --
School-age children --
Adolescents --
Growth maintenance --
Weight control and disrodered eating --
Type 2 diabetes --
Pregnancy --
Breastfeeding --
Monitoring blood glucose --
Continuous glucose monitoring --
Exercise/activity --
Hypoglycemia --
Illness --
Conclusion --
Chapter 16: HIV And AIDS / Jill Rockwell --
Overview --
Immune function and HIV/AIDS --
Definitions of AIDs surveillance of children --
Diagnosis --
Clinical manifestations of HIV infection and AIDs --
Medications --
Nutritional implications --
Growth and body composition --
Bone density --
Caloric requirements --
Nutritional intervention --
Conclusion --
Chapter 17: Hematology And Oncology / Paula Charuhas Macris and Kathryn Hunt --
Introduction --
Childhood cancer and malnutrition --
Nutritional effects of cancer therapy --
Chemotherapy --
Surgery --
Radiation therapy --
Hematopoietic cell transplantation --
Nutrition assessment --
Anthropometry --
Biochemistry --
Nutrition history --
Physical assessment --
Other assessment tools --
Nutrient requirements --
Energy and protein requirements --
Vitamins, minerals, and other requirements --
Nutrition support --
Oral diet --
Enteral nutrition --
Parenteral nutrition --
Special considerations --
Long-term nutritional sequelae --
Integrative medicine --
Diet for the immunosuppressed child --
Food safety --
Special food service needs --
Feeding relationship and family-centered care --
Promoting oral intake during hospitalization --
Sickle cell disease --
Nutrition education for children with SCD --
Conclusion --
Chapter 18: Nutrition For Burned Pediatric Patients / Michele Morath Gottschlich and Theresa Mayes --
Anatomic and physiologic considerations --
Metabolic manifestations of thermal injury --
Fluid requirements --
Caloric needs --
Carbohydrate needs --
Protein requirements --
Fat needs --
Micronutrient needs --
Nutritional intervention strategies --
Small burn (less than 20%) --
Larger surface burns (more that 20%) --
Parenteral hyperalimentation --
Nutritional assessment --
Conclusion --
Chapter 19: Enteral Nutrition / Lisa Simone Sharda --
Introduction --
Patient selection --
Product selection --
Infants less than 1 year of age --
Children older than 1 year --
Adolescents --
Blenderized feedings --
Commercial adult formulas --
Product availability and cost --
Selection of specific feeding routes --
Gastric feeding --
Transpyloric feedings --
Jejunostomy feeding --
Administration of feeding --
Methods of delivery --
Pumps --
Initiation and advancement of feedings --
Prevention and treatment of complications --
Hang time --
Transition to oral intake --
Weaning --
Formula change and acceptance --
Feeding disorders --
Planning for home enteral support --
Chapter 20: Parenteral Nutrition / Janice Hovasi Cox and Ingrida Mara Melbardis --
Introduction --
Clinical indications --
Vascular access --
Peripheral venous access --
Central venous access --
Solution administration --
Cycling --
Weaning --
Fluid and electrolytes --
Energy --
Carbohydrate --
Protein --
Fat --
Vitamins --
Minerals --
Patient monitoring --
Psychosocial issues --
Reimbursement --
Resources --
Chapter 21: Botanicals In Pediatrics / John Westerdahl --
Introduction --
Growth of the herbal market --
Definitions --
Use of herbs and phytomedicines in pediatrics --
Laxatives and stimulants --
Sedatives and antidepressants --
Herbs containing alkaloids --
Traditional herbal remedies used with infants and children --
Determining proper pediatric dosage for medicinal herbs --
Conclusion --
Resources --
Appendix A: Premature infant growth charts --
Appendix B: CDC and WHO growth charts --
Appendix C: Down syndrome growth charts --
Appendix D: Arm measurements --
Appendix E: Progression of sexual development Appendix F: Nomograms --
Appendix G: Biochemical evaluation of nutritional status --
Appendix H: Recommended dietary allowances/dietary reference intakes --
Appendix I: 2010 dietary guidelines --
Appendix J: Conversion tables --
Index.
其他题名: Handbook of pediatric nutrition.
责任: edited by Patricia Queen Samour, Kathy King.

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From the Publisher: Pediatric Nutrition, Fourth Edition Covers Nutrition Guidelines From Preconception Through Neonatal, Including Normal Growth, Inborn Errors, Acute Care Medical Conditions Like Diabetes, And Cardiac And Pulmonary Issues. It Covers The Latest Clinical Research, Accepted Practice Protocols, And Study Of The Normal Child From Preconception Through Adolescence. In A Practical And Detailed Manner, This Best-Selling Text Provides Cutting Edge Research And Resources On The Most Important Pediatric Practice Issues And Therapies. Commonly Used By Dietetic Practitioners Studying For Their Pediatric Specialty Exams, Registered Dietitians, Dietetic Technicians, Nutritionists, Pediatricians, Nurses, And Dietetic Students, This Book Is Considered The Last Word In Pediatric Nutrition.

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schema:description"Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Preconception And Prenatal Nutrition / Alyce Thomas and Maria Duarte-Gardea -- Preconception -- Diabetes -- Obesity -- Hypertension -- Polycystic ovary syndrome -- Lifestyle factors -- Smoking -- Pregnancy -- Weight issues in pregnancy -- Multiple gestation -- Gastrointestinal discomforts -- Eating disorders -- Physical activity -- Nutrient recommendations -- Comorbidities during pregnancy -- Food safety -- Post-delivery issues -- Depression -- Breastfeeding -- Lifestyle interventions -- Resources for preconception and prenatal nutrition -- Chapter 2: Physical Growth And Maturation / Wm Cameron Chumlea and Michael LaMonte -- What is growth? -- How is growth measured? -- Periods and patterns of growth -- Infancy: birth to age 2 years -- Preschool years: 3 to 6 years of age -- Middle childhood: 7 to 10 years of age -- Adolescence: 11 to 18 years of age -- Assessing growth status -- CDC 2000 growth charts -- WHO growth charts -- Using the CDC or the WHO growth charts -- BMI growth charts -- Race/ethnicity -- Comparing the CDC and WHO growth charts -- Premature growth -- Growth velocity -- Maturation -- Body composition -- Growth of muscle -- Growth of body fat -- Skeletal growth -- Special children -- Chapter 3: Nutritional Assessment / Susan Bessler -- Screening -- Nutritional assessment -- Medical history -- Anthropometric data -- Laboratory measurements -- Clinical evaluation -- Dietary evaluation -- Calculation of energy requirements -- Definition of terms -- Standardized equations -- Data evaluation and plan -- Protein-energy malnutrition -- Failure to thrive -- Standard deviation -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4: Nutrition For Premature Infants / Diane M Anderson -- Introduction -- Parenteral nutrition -- Management concerns and medical problems -- Transition to enteral feedings -- Enteral nutrition -- Breastfeeding -- Nutritional assessment -- Dietary considerations -- Anthropometric measurements -- Assessment of feeding tolerance -- Discharge concerns -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5: Normal Nutrition During Infancy / Susan Akers and Sharon Groh-Wargo -- Nutrition issues at birth -- Nutrient needs -- Breastfeeding -- Informed choice -- Human milk composition -- Maternal diet during breastfeeding -- Management of lactation -- Bottle-feeding -- Infant formula composition -- Standard formulas -- Soy formulas -- Protein hydrolysates -- Amino acid-based formulas -- Follow-up formulas -- Other products fed to infants -- Management of formula feedings -- Feeding techniques and schedules -- Supplementation -- Weaning and feeding progression -- Physical readiness for solids -- Psychological readiness for solids -- Complementary foods -- First foods -- Home preparation of baby foods -- Risk for obesity -- Dental caries in infancy -- Whole cow's milk -- Water in first year -- Juice consumption during infancy -- Feeding problems -- Food allergy in infancy -- Constipation and stool characteristics -- Acute diarrhea -- Gastroesophageal reflux -- Food refusal -- Suggested websites -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6: Normal Nutrition From Infancy Through Adolescence /Betty Lucas, Beth Ogata, and Sharon Feucht -- Progress in growth and development -- Nutrient needs -- Energy -- Protein -- Minerals and vitamins -- Food intake patterns and guidelines -- Factors influencing food intake -- Family -- Media -- Peers -- Body image -- Feeding the toddler and preschool child -- Feeding the school-age child -- Feeding the adolescent -- School nutrition -- School lunch programs -- Vending machines and other competing foods -- School wellness policies -- Other nutrition issues -- Diet and oral health -- Prevention of caries -- Early childhood caries -- Iron deficiency anemia -- Effect of diet on learning and behavior -- Diet and learning behavior -- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder -- Vegetarian nutrition -- Adolescent pregnancy -- Nutrition and physical activity -- Physical activity in children and teens -- Sports nutrition -- Health promotion -- Heart health -- Bone health -- Fiber -- Nutrition education -- Chapter 7: Food Hypersensitivities / Lynn Christie -- Clinical manifestations -- Pathophysiology -- IgE-mediated food hypersensitivities -- Non-IgE-mediated food hypersensitivity -- Diagnosing food hypersensitivity -- History -- Physical exam -- Skin testing and in vitro assays -- Diet diary -- Elimination diets -- Oral food challenges -- Diet therapy -- Education -- Labels -- Cross-contact -- Elimination diets -- Milk hypersensitivity -- Egg hypersensitivity -- Soybean hypersensitivity -- Wheat hypersensitivity -- Peanut hypersensitivity -- Tree nut hypersensitivity -- Fish and shellfish hypersensitivity -- Other principles of management and treatment -- Natural history and prevention -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8: Weigh Management: Obesity To Eating Disorders / Laura V Hudspeth, Bonnie A spear, and Haley W Lacey -- Introduction -- Overweight/obesity -- Prevalence and trends -- Medical complications of obesity in children and adolescents -- Assessment and diagnosis -- Nutritional factors in prevention and treatment of obesity -- Physical activity -- Motivational interviewing -- Prevention -- Treatment -- Staged approach to treating childhood obesity -- Recommended weight change goals -- Bariatric surgery -- Resources -- Eating disorders -- Diagnostic criteria -- Children and adolescents -- Healthcare team -- Prognosis -- Nutrition assessment -- Medical consequences and intervention in eating disorders -- Anorexia nervosa -- Bulimia nervosa -- Eating disorders not otherwise specified -- Eating disorders in the male population -- Conclusion -- Chapter 9: Genetic Screening And Nutrition Management / Phyllis B Acosta -- Introduction -- Newborn screening -- Principles and practical considerations in nutrition support -- Principles of nutrition support -- Practical considerations in nutrition support -- Maillard reaction -- Introduction of pureed foods -- Changes in nutrition support prescription -- Monitoring -- Inborn errors of amino acid metabolism -- Inborn errors of nitrogen metabolism -- Inborn errors of carbohydrate metabolism: galactosemias -- Inborn errors of fatty acid oxidation (mitochondrial) -- Areas needing further research -- Functions of the dietitian in nutrition support of patients with an inborn error of metabolism -- Nutrigenomics -- Chapter 10: Developmental Disabilities / Harriet H Cloud -- Definition of developmental disabilities -- Nutritional needs of the child with developmental disabilities -- Lowered energy needs -- Higher energy needs -- Protein, carbohydrates, and fats -- Vitamins, minerals, and botanicals -- Nutrition assessment -- Management of nutrition concerns -- Nutritional problems -- Obesity -- Prader-Willi syndrome -- Failure to thrive -- Constipation -- Feeding problems -- Dental disease -- Seizures -- Autism, attention deficit disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder -- Autism -- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and attention deficit disorder -- Community resources and cost -- Conclusion --"
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schema:description"Chapter 11: Pulmonary Diseases / Erin Redding and Shannon Despino -- Cystic fibrosis -- Genetics/incidence --Manifestations/diagnosis -- Management -- Effects of CF on nutritional status -- Nutritional screening and assessment -- Nutritional management -- Alternative/complementary medicine -- Identification of areas needing further research -- Bronchopulmonary dysplasia -- Increased nutrient requirements -- Effects of bronchopulmonary dysplasia -- Growth of infants with BPD -- Nutritional screening and assessment -- Nutrition management -- Barriers to meeting increased needs -- Meeting nutritional needs -- Addressing feeding difficulties -- Identification of areas needing further research -- Asthma -- Food allergies and asthma -- Effects of nutrients on asthma -- Effects of asthma treatment on nutritional status -- Nutritional management -- Combating steroid side effects -- Alternative/complementary medicine -- Identification of areas for further research -- Chapter 12: Gastrointestinal Disorders / Amanda Croll, Sarah Weston, Jennifer Autodore, and Jenni Beary -- Introduction -- Acute diarrhea -- Nutrition management -- Lactose-containing products -- Fiber-- Prebiotics and probiotics -- Chronic diarrhea -- Nutrition management -- Constipation -- Gastroesophageal reflux -- Lactose intolerance -- Primary lactase deficiency -- Secondary lactase deficiency -- Developmental (neonatal) lactase deficiency -- Congenital lactase deficiency -- Celia disease -- Inflammatory bowel disease -- Nutrition assessment -- Nutrition therapy -- Pancreatitis -- Nutrition therapy for mold pancreatitis -- Nutrition therapy for severe pancreatitis -- Cholestatic liver disease -- Nutrition assessment -- Nutrition therapy -- Liver transplant -- Nutrition assessment -- Pretransplant nutrition therapy -- Post-transplant nutrition therapy -- Short bowel syndrome -- Nutrient and fluid absorption -- Nutritional adequacy -- Phases of nutrition therapy -- Other treatments -- Intestinal transplantation -- Websites -- General gastrointestinal -- Celiac -- Magazines for people with food allergies and sensitivities -- Crohn's and colitis foundation of America -- Chapter 13: Chronic Kidney Disease / Linda A Phelan -- Stages, etiology, and consequences of chronic kidney disease -- Conservative management -- Calcium and phosphorus -- Sodium, potassium, and fluid -- Protein/energy -- Vitamins and minerals -- Dialysis -- Calcium and phosphorus -- Sodium, potassium, and fluid -- Protein/energy -- Lipids -- Vitamins -- Carnitine -- Transplantation -- Conclusion -- Chapter 14: Cardiology / Melanie Savoca, Monica Nagle, and Susan Konek -- Congenital heart disease -- Factors associated with malnutrition -- Acute care -- Extracorporeal life support -- Parenteral nutrition support -- Gastrointestinal function -- Enteral nutrition support -- Pediatric cardiomyopathy -- Chylothorax -- Genetic syndromes and chromosome anomalies -- Chronic care -- Pediatric Hyperlipidemia -- Chapter 15: Diabetes / Laurie Anne Higgins -- Introduction -- Diabetes team -- Nutrition principles for the management of diabetes and related complications -- Calories -- Carbohydrate and sweeteners -- Glycemic index and glycemic load -- Sucrose -- Nutritive sweeteners -- nonnutritive sweeteners -- Fiber -- Protein -- Total fat -- Vitamins and minerals -- Alcohol -- Designing the meal plan -- Nutrition counseling -- Meal-planning approaches -- Insulin therapy -- Snacks -- CSII/pump therapy -- Long-acting insulin's -- Age-specific developmental considerations -- Birth to 12 months of age -- One to 4 years of age -- School-age children -- Adolescents -- Growth maintenance -- Weight control and disrodered eating -- Type 2 diabetes -- Pregnancy -- Breastfeeding -- Monitoring blood glucose -- Continuous glucose monitoring -- Exercise/activity -- Hypoglycemia -- Illness -- Conclusion -- Chapter 16: HIV And AIDS / Jill Rockwell -- Overview -- Immune function and HIV/AIDS -- Definitions of AIDs surveillance of children -- Diagnosis -- Clinical manifestations of HIV infection and AIDs -- Medications -- Nutritional implications -- Growth and body composition -- Bone density -- Caloric requirements -- Nutritional intervention -- Conclusion -- Chapter 17: Hematology And Oncology / Paula Charuhas Macris and Kathryn Hunt -- Introduction -- Childhood cancer and malnutrition -- Nutritional effects of cancer therapy -- Chemotherapy -- Surgery -- Radiation therapy -- Hematopoietic cell transplantation -- Nutrition assessment -- Anthropometry -- Biochemistry -- Nutrition history -- Physical assessment -- Other assessment tools -- Nutrient requirements -- Energy and protein requirements -- Vitamins, minerals, and other requirements -- Nutrition support -- Oral diet -- Enteral nutrition -- Parenteral nutrition -- Special considerations -- Long-term nutritional sequelae -- Integrative medicine -- Diet for the immunosuppressed child -- Food safety -- Special food service needs -- Feeding relationship and family-centered care -- Promoting oral intake during hospitalization -- Sickle cell disease -- Nutrition education for children with SCD -- Conclusion -- Chapter 18: Nutrition For Burned Pediatric Patients / Michele Morath Gottschlich and Theresa Mayes -- Anatomic and physiologic considerations -- Metabolic manifestations of thermal injury -- Fluid requirements -- Caloric needs -- Carbohydrate needs -- Protein requirements -- Fat needs -- Micronutrient needs -- Nutritional intervention strategies -- Small burn (less than 20%) -- Larger surface burns (more that 20%) -- Parenteral hyperalimentation -- Nutritional assessment -- Conclusion -- Chapter 19: Enteral Nutrition / Lisa Simone Sharda -- Introduction -- Patient selection -- Product selection -- Infants less than 1 year of age -- Children older than 1 year -- Adolescents -- Blenderized feedings -- Commercial adult formulas -- Product availability and cost -- Selection of specific feeding routes -- Gastric feeding -- Transpyloric feedings -- Jejunostomy feeding -- Administration of feeding -- Methods of delivery -- Pumps -- Initiation and advancement of feedings -- Prevention and treatment of complications -- Hang time -- Transition to oral intake -- Weaning -- Formula change and acceptance -- Feeding disorders -- Planning for home enteral support -- Chapter 20: Parenteral Nutrition / Janice Hovasi Cox and Ingrida Mara Melbardis -- Introduction -- Clinical indications -- Vascular access -- Peripheral venous access -- Central venous access -- Solution administration -- Cycling -- Weaning -- Fluid and electrolytes -- Energy -- Carbohydrate -- Protein -- Fat -- Vitamins -- Minerals -- Patient monitoring -- Psychosocial issues -- Reimbursement -- Resources -- Chapter 21: Botanicals In Pediatrics / John Westerdahl -- Introduction -- Growth of the herbal market -- Definitions -- Use of herbs and phytomedicines in pediatrics -- Laxatives and stimulants -- Sedatives and antidepressants -- Herbs containing alkaloids -- Traditional herbal remedies used with infants and children -- Determining proper pediatric dosage for medicinal herbs -- Conclusion -- Resources -- Appendix A: Premature infant growth charts -- Appendix B: CDC and WHO growth charts -- Appendix C: Down syndrome growth charts -- Appendix D: Arm measurements -- Appendix E: Progression of sexual development Appendix F: Nomograms -- Appendix G: Biochemical evaluation of nutritional status -- Appendix H: Recommended dietary allowances/dietary reference intakes -- Appendix I: 2010 dietary guidelines -- Appendix J: Conversion tables -- Index."
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