Nutrition Support For The Critically Ill Patient: A Guide To Practice, Second Edition by Gail A. Cresci, Ph.d.Nutrition Support For The Critically Ill Patient: A Guide To Practice, Second Edition by Gail A. Cresci, Ph.d.

Nutrition Support For The Critically Ill Patient: A Guide To Practice, Second Edition

EditorGail A. Cresci, Ph.d., Gail A. Cresci,

Hardcover | April 23, 2015

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Completely revised and updated,Nutrition Support for the Critically Ill Patient: A Guide to Practice, Second Editionpresents an unbiased, evidence-based examination of critical nutrition across the life cycle. Taking a multidisciplinary approach, each chapter has been carefully designed to provide a comprehensive review of the literature and a detailed exploration of the practical application of this information. With chapters written by experts, you get the most pertinent and current knowledge available, bolstered by tables, figures, and case studies that make the information accessible.

New Coverage in the Second Edition:

  • Gut microbiota support
  • Short bowel syndrome
  • Chronic critically ill phenomenon
  • Professional nutrition practice guidelines and protocols
  • Ethical considerations
  • Quality and performance improvement

Many challenges remain when providing optimal nutrition to all patients under all conditions at all times. Divided into eight sections, the book covers metabolic issues, nutrients for critically ill patients, delivery of nutrition therapy, nutrition therapy throughout the life cycle, special interest groups, specific organ system failure, general systemic failures, and professional issues in the field. It keeps you informed and aware of the continuous accrual of knowledge needed to craft and provide optimal nutrition therapy for the critically ill patient.

Gail A. Cresci, PhD, RD, LD, CNSC is an associate staff in the Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Pathobiology at the Cleveland Clinic and assistant professor of medicine at the Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine, Cleveland, Ohio. She has more than 25 years of clinical experience practicing in critical care with a ...
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Title:Nutrition Support For The Critically Ill Patient: A Guide To Practice, Second EditionFormat:HardcoverDimensions:705 pages, 10.1 × 7.1 × 1.7 inPublished:April 23, 2015Publisher:Taylor and FrancisLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1439879990

ISBN - 13:9781439879993

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Table of Contents

METABOLIC ALTERATIONS IN THE CRITICALLY ILL: COMPARISON OF NONSTRESSED AND STRESSED STATES

Organic Response to Stress
Maria Isabel Toulson Davisson Correia

Carbohydrate Metabolism: A Comparison of Stress and Nonstress States

Mary Marian and Susan Roberts

Protein and Amino Acid Metabolism: Stress versus Nonstress States

Gail A. Cresci

Lipid Metabolism: Stress versus Nonstress States

Dan L. Waitzberg, Raquel S. Torrinhas, and Let¿a De Nardi

NUTRIENTS FOR THE CRITICALLY ILL


Nutrition Assessment and Monitoring

Kavitha Krishnan and Michael D. Taylor

Energy Expenditure in the Critically Ill Patient

David Frankenfield

Macronutrient Requirements: Carbohydrate, Protein, and Fat

Michael D. Taylor, Kavitha Krishnan, Jill Barsa, and Kendra Glassman Perkey

Micronutrient and Antioxidant Therapy in Adult Critically Ill Patients

Krishnan Sriram

Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Requirements in the Critically Ill Patient

Maria R. Lucarelli, Lindsay Pell Ryder, Mary Beth Shirk, and Jay M. Mirtallo

Gut Microbiome in the Critically Ill

Gail A. Cresci

DELIVERY OF NUTRITION THERAPY IN THE CRITICALLY ILL


Parenteral versus Enteral Nutrition

Gail A. Cresci

Vascular Access in the Critically Ill Patient

Lindsay M. Dowhan, Jesse Gutnick, and Ezra Steiger

Enteral Feeding Access in the Critically Ill Patient

Beth Taylor and John E. Mazuski

Parenteral Formulations

Michael Christensen

Enteral Formulations

Ainsley M. Malone

Complications of Parenteral Nutrition

Mandy L. Corrigan

Enteral Feeding Challenges

Carol Rees Parrish, Joe Krenitsky, and Kendra Glassman Perkey

Drug-Nutrient Interactions

Rex O. Brown and Roland N. Dickerson

NUTRITION THERAPY THROUGHOUT THE LIFE CYCLE


Nutrition Support during Pregnancy

Christina J. Valentine, Joy Lehman, and Carol L. Wagner

Nutrition Support for the Critically Ill Neonate

Jatinder Bhatia and Cynthia Mundy

Nutrition Support for the Critically Ill Pediatric Patient

Jodi Wolff, Gerri Keller, and Deborah A Carpenter

Geriatrics

Ronni Chernoff

NUTRITION THERAPY FOR SPECIAL INTERESTS GROUPS


Trauma and Acute Care Surgery

Michael D. Taylor and Kavitha Krishnan

Nutrition Support for Burns and Wound Healing

Theresa Mayes and Michele M. Gottschlich

Solid Organ Transplantation

Jeanette Hasse and Srinath Chinnakotla

SPECIFIC ORGAN SYSTEM FAILURE


Nutrition in the Critically Ill Patient with Intestinal Failure

Cassandra Pogatschnik, Neha Parekh, and Ezra Steiger

Nutrition Support for Pulmonary Failure

Alfredo A. Matos, William Manzanares, and V¿tor S¿hez Nava

Renal Failure

Tom Stone McNees

Nutrition for the Critically Ill Patient with Hepatic Failure

Mazen Albeldawi, Peggy Hipskind, and Dian J. Chiang

Nutrition for the Critically Ill Cardiac Patient

A. Christine Hummell

Nutrition Support in Neurocritical Care

Arlene Escuro and Mary Rath

Nutritional Support in Acute Pancreatitis

R.F. Meier

GENERAL SYSTEMIC FAILURES


Nutrition Support in the General Surgery ICU Patient

Amy Berry and Kenneth A. Kudsk

Nutritional Support during Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome and Sepsis

Mark H. Oltermann and Mary E. Leicht

Nutrition Therapy in Patients with Cancer and Immunodeficiency

Vanessa Fuchs-Tarlovsky and Elizabeth Isenring

Nutrition Support in the Chronically Critically Ill Patient

Rifka C. Schulman and Jeffrey I. Mechanick

Nutrition Therapy for the Obese Critically Ill Patient

Britta Brown and Katherine Hall

PROFESSIONAL ISSUES


Ethical Considerations in the Critically Ill Patient

Denise Baird Schwartz

Instituting Professional Nutrition Practice Guidelines and Protocols: In the Intensive Care Unit

Malissa Warren, Robert Martindale, and Mary S. McCarthy

Quality and Performance Improvement in the Intensive Care Unit

Mary Krystofiak Russell