Pediatric Enteral Nutrition

Mass Market Paperback | January 6, 1994

byA. Davis

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Contents: PRINCIPLES OF ENTERAL FEEDING * Gastrointestinal Development with Reference to Feeding the Premature Infant * Mucosal Immunity and the Development of Allergy * Gastrointestinal Benefits of Enteral Feeds * Indications and Techniques for Enteral Feeds * Nutritional Requirements * Nutritional Assessment * Radiologic Approaches to Tube Placement and Their Evaluation * Transitional and Combination Feeds * Home Enteral Feeding in Children * Drug-Nutrient Interactions: Definition, Risk Factors, Outcomes, Diagnosis, and Prevention * Oropharyngeal and Esophageal Complications of Enteral Tube Feeding * Preparation for Nasogastric Tube Placement: Psychological Support * SPECIAL CASES * Malnutrition and Re-feeding * Enteral Nutrition in the Neurologically Impaired Child * Enteral Nutrition in Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia * Nutritional Considerations in Cystic Fibrosis * Nutrition in Liver Disease * Enteral Feeding in Short Small Bowel * Nutritional Therapy for Persistent Diarrhea * Inflammatory Bowel Disease * Nutritional Management of Chronic Renal Disease * Nutritional Considerations in Children with Congenital Heart Disease * Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome in Children: Nutritional Support * Nutritional Support for Inherited Metabolic Disorders * Nutritional Management of Pediatric Oncology Patients * The Use of Enteral Feedings in Trauma and Critical Illness * The Ethics of Initiating, Continuing, and Terminating Enteral Feedings in Children

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Contents: PRINCIPLES OF ENTERAL FEEDING * Gastrointestinal Development with Reference to Feeding the Premature Infant * Mucosal Immunity and the Development of Allergy * Gastrointestinal Benefits of Enteral Feeds * Indications and Techniques for Enteral Feeds * Nutritional Requirements * Nutritional Assessment * Radiologic Approaches ...

Format:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:568 pages, 7.5 × 4.2 × 1.75 inPublished:January 6, 1994Publisher:Chapman & Hall

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ISBN - 10:0412984512

ISBN - 13:9780412984518

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Contents: PRINCIPLES OF ENTERAL FEEDING * Gastrointestinal Development with Reference to Feeding the Premature Infant * Mucosal Immunity and the Development of Allergy * Gastrointestinal Benefits of Enteral Feeds * Indications and Techniques for Enteral Feeds * Nutritional Requirements * Nutritional Assessment * Radiologic Approaches to Tube Placement and Their Evaluation * Transitional and Combination Feeds * Home Enteral Feeding in Children * Drug-Nutrient Interactions: Definition, Risk Factors, Outcomes, Diagnosis, and Prevention * Oropharyngeal and Esophageal Complications of Enteral Tube Feeding * Preparation for Nasogastric Tube Placement: Psychological Support * SPECIAL CASES * Malnutrition and Re-feeding * Enteral Nutrition in the Neurologically Impaired Child * Enteral Nutrition in Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia * Nutritional Considerations in Cystic Fibrosis * Nutrition in Liver Disease * Enteral Feeding in Short Small Bowel * Nutritional Therapy for Persistent Diarrhea * Inflammatory Bowel Disease * Nutritional Management of Chronic Renal Disease * Nutritional Considerations in Children with Congenital Heart Disease * Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome in Children: Nutritional Support * Nutritional Support for Inherited Metabolic Disorders * Nutritional Management of Pediatric Oncology Patients * The Use of Enteral Feedings in Trauma and Critical Illness * The Ethics of Initiating, Continuing, and Terminating Enteral Feedings in Children

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This is a definitive work on pediatric enteral nutrition. Written by experts in the field, this book covers the prinicples, practices and techniques of pediatric enteral nutrition. The book is comprehensive on its scope--ranging from common general conditions to the most unique special cases. A must have for the student or practicing dietitian.