The Vitamins: Their Role In Medical Practice by J. MarksThe Vitamins: Their Role In Medical Practice by J. Marks

The Vitamins: Their Role In Medical Practice

byJ. Marks

Paperback | March 9, 2012

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This book has been designed, as its title implies, as a practical book for medical practitioners, although it should be of interest to medical students and nutritionists. It attempts to provide essential information about this important group of substances rather than be an all embracing monograph on the subject. For this reason biochemical and physiological considera­ tions have been kept to a minimum, and aspects of animal disorders and animal husbandry have not been considered. The material is often presented in a rather dogmatic fashion and, with rare exceptions, references are not included since this makes reading more difficult. The exceptions, where references are provided, are the therapeutic claims, and the series of recent studies which have indicated that vitamin deficiencies are still widely present among certain groups of the population of many industrially developed countries. To add to this reference list there is a reading list which has been selected to give key books, reviews with extensive bibliography and important articles over the past 10 years. From this reading list it is possible to trace most of the literature on the vitamins since they were first described over half a century ago.
Title:The Vitamins: Their Role In Medical PracticeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:224 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.02 inPublished:March 9, 2012Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401173230

ISBN - 13:9789401173230

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Table of Contents

1: General Considerations.- 1 Vitamin needs.- 2 Standard recommendations for vitamin intake.- 3 The concept of optimum vitamin nutrition.- 4 Overall causes of vitamin deficiencies.- 5 Vitamin disorders in the Third World.- 6 Vitamin disorders in industrially developed countries.- 7 Clinical manifestations of vitamin deficiencies.- 8 Assessment of vitamin status.- 9 Therapeutic uses of the vitamins.- 10 Vitamin safety.- 2: Practical Aspects.- 11 Risk groups and evidence of dietary vitamin inadequacy.- 12 Marginal deficiencies.- 13 Clinical diagnosis of vitamin deficiencies.- 14 Laboratory confirmation of vitamin deficiencies.- 15 Therapeutic index.- 16 Interactions between drugs and vitamins.- 3: The Individual Vitamins.- 17 Vitamin A.- 18 Vitamin D.- 19 Vitamin E.- 20 Vitamin K.- 21 Vitamin B1.- 22 Vitamin B2.- 23 Vitamin B6.- 24 Niacin.- 25 Vitamin B12.- 26 Folic acid.- 27 Pantothenic acid.- 28 Biotin.- 29 Vitamin C.- List of Special References.- References for surveys.- Therapeutic index.- Selected further reading.