Clinical Nutrition: Enteral and Tube Feeding

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This definitive reference presents the most comprehensive, clinically relevant coverage of nutrition in enteral and tube feeding. The New Edition has been completely revamped by a multidisciplinary editorial team to reflect all of the latest technology and nutritional knowledge, as well as the new, collaborative nature of contemporary clinical practice. Plus, a new bonus CD-ROM delivers self-assessment questions and answers, and a downloadable image collection of illustrations from the book.
  • Delivers 21 brand-new chapters that address recent ASPEN clinical guidelines regarding pharmacotherapeutic issues and enteral formulations, including fluids and electrolytes
  • genetics
  • pre-, pro-, and synbiotics
  • food safety
  • regulatory issues
  • and more
  • Explores the unique enteral nutrition needs of specific patient populations such as pregnant and lactating women
  • children
  • adolescents
  • transplant candidates
  • cancer patients
  • obese patients
  • patients with kidney disorders
  • and diabetic patients
  • Features new editorial viewpoints representing surgery, nursing, pharmacy, and nutrition/dietetics, reflecting the new, multidisciplinary nature of the field
  • Offers a new bonus CD-ROM containing review questions and answers and more
  • Presents a new, more user-friendly internal design
    • Delivers 21 brand-new chapters that address recent ASPEN clinical guidelines regarding pharmacotherapeutic issues and enteral formulations, including fluids and electrolytes - genetics - pre-, pro-, and synbiotics - food safety - regulatory issues - and more.
    • Explores the unique enteral nutrition needs of specific patient populations such as pregnant and lactating women - children - adolescents - transplant candidates - cancer patients - obese patients - patients with kidney disorders - and diabetic patients.
    • Features new editorial viewpoints representing surgery, nursing, pharmacy, and nutrition/dietetics, reflecting the new, multidisciplinary nature of the field.
    • Offers a new bonus CD-ROM containing review questions and answers and more.
    • Presents a new, more user-friendly internal
    • An excellent study preparation tool for Nutrition Support Certification.
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    Índice

    SECTION Physiology of the Alimentary Tract
    9
    Nutrient Metabolism
    55
    Nutrient Metabolism in Children
    68
    Fluid and Electrolytes
    95
    Macronutrients
    110
    Vitamins
    126
    Minerals and Trace Elements
    140
    Dietary Fiber
    155
    Nutrition Support in Patients with Sepsis
    373
    Cardiac Surgery
    389
    Severe Obesity in Critically III Patients
    398
    Enteral Nutrition and the Neurologic Diseases
    406
    Acute Pulmonary Disease
    414
    Nutrition in Stable Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    424
    Acute Pancreatitis
    436
    Chronic Pancreatitis
    445

    Nutrition and Wound Healing
    172
    Principles of Enteral Nutrition
    183
    Access to the Gastrointestinal Tract
    202
    Immunonutrition
    224
    Initiation Progression
    243
    Pre Pro and Synbiotics in Clinical Enteral Nutrition
    265
    Monitoring for Efficacy Complications and Toxicity
    276
    Pharmacotherapeutic Issues
    291
    Enteral Nutrition Support in the Critically III Pediatric Patient
    317
    Enteral Nutrition in the Home
    332
    Disease Specific
    347
    Trauma
    364
    Short Bowel Syndrome
    451
    Enteral Nutrition in Acute Hepatic Dysfunction
    464
    Enteral Nutrition in Renal Disease
    471
    Enteral Nutrition in Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
    486
    Diabetes Mellitus
    498
    Cancer
    507
    EsophagealGastricPancreatic Cancer
    516
    Intestinal Transplantation
    523
    Chronic Liver Disease and Transplantation
    530
    Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation
    544
    Index
    559
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