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Clinical Paediatric Dietetics, Third Edition

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Clinical Paediatric Dietetics, Third Edition
Clinical Paediatric Dietetics, Third Edition By
2007 | 628 Pages | ISBN: 1405134933 | PDF | 5 MB
This standard work has been comprehensively revised and expanded to meet the needs of the modern practising and student dietitian. In tune with current trends, a greater emphasis has been placed on public health issues such as the treatment of childhood nutritional disorders in the community, including obesity and faltering growth. The book now also contains a dedicated chapter on the important issue of allergy prevention.Edited by leading experts at Great Ormond Street and the Institute of Child Health Officially supported by the British Dietetic Association Written for dietitians, by dietitiansWith worked examples of dietary management given throughout, Clinical Paediatric Dietetics is an indispensable guide for all those involved in the nutritional treatment of children.Content: Chapter 1 Nutritional Assessment, Dietary Requirements, Feed Supplementation (pages 3-20): Vanessa Shaw and Margaret LawsonChapter 2 Provision of Nutrition in a Hospital Setting (pages 21-30): Ruth WatlingChapter 3 Enteral Nutrition (pages 33-45): Tracey JohnsonChapter 4 Parenteral Nutrition (pages 46-59): Joanne GroganChapter 5 Nutrition in Critically ill Children (pages 60-70): Rosan Meyer and Katie ElwigChapter 6 Preterm Infants (pages 73-89): Caroline KingChapter 7 Gastroenterology (pages 90-124): Sarah MacdonaldChapter 8 Surgery in the Gastrointestinal Tract (pages 125-141): Vanessa VanessaChapter 9 The Liver and Pancreas (pages 142-162): Stephanie FranceChapter 10 Diabetes Mellitus (pages 163-177): Alison JohnstonChapter 11 Cystic Fibrosis (pages 178-202): Carolyn PatchellChapter 12 The Kidney (pages 203-238): Julie RoyleChapter 13 The Cardiothoracic System (pages 239-258): David HopkinsChapter 14 Food Hypersensitivity (pages 259-277): Kate GrimshawChapter 15 Immunodeficiency Syndromes, HIV and AIDS (pages 278-294): Marian Sewell, Vivien Wigg and Julie LaniganChapter 16 Ketogenic Diets (pages 295-308): Liz Neal and Gwynneth McGrathChapter 17 Disorders of Amino Acid Metabolism, Organic Acidaemias and Urea Cycle Defects (pages 310-389): Anita MacDonald, Marjorie Dixon and Fiona WhiteChapter 18 Disorders of Carbohydrate Metabolism (pages 390-420): Marjorie Dixon and Anita MacDonaldChapter 19 Disorders of Fatty Acid Oxidation and Ketogenesis (pages 421-433): Marjorie DixonChapter 20 Lipid Disorders (pages 434-441): Patricia RutherfordChapter 21 Peroxisomal Disorders (pages 442-460): Eleanor Baldwin and Anita MacDonaldChapter 22 Childhood Cancers (pages 461-472): Evelyn WardChapter 23 Eating Disorders (pages 473-481): Dasha NichollsChapter 24 Epidermolysis Bullosa (pages 482-496): Lesley HaynesChapter 25 Burns (pages 497-503): Helen McCarthy and Claire GurryChapter 26 Autistic Spectrum Disorders (pages 504-520): Zoe ConnorChapter 27 Healthy Eating (pages 523-539): Judy MoreChapter 28 Children from Ethnic Groups and those Following Cultural Diets (pages 540-555): Sue WolfeChapter 29 Faltering Growth (pages 556-565): Zofia SmithChapter 30 Feeding Children with Neurodisabilities (pages 566-587): Sarah Almond, Liz Allott and Kate HallChapter 31 Obesity (pages 588-596): Laura StewartChapter 32 Prevention of Food Allergy (pages 597-604): Kate Grimshaw and Carina Venter





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