Treatment of the Obese Patient by Robert F. KushnerTreatment of the Obese Patient by Robert F. Kushner

Treatment of the Obese Patient

byRobert F. KushnerEditorDaniel H. Bessesen

Paperback | November 9, 2010

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Treatment of the Obese Patient is a timely and informative text for all health care providers challenged with helping patients manage weight.  This volume includes insight into recent scientific advances in obesity research and provides the most up-to-date reviews of current treatment issues and strategies.

The volume is divided into two parts. Part I covers new discoveries in the physiological control of body weight, as well as the pathophysiology of obesity. Expert authors discuss pathways that control food intake, energy expenditure, and peripheral nutrient metabolism, including a look at the emerging evidence of the role of adipose tissue as an endocrine organ. Part 2 covers issues central to clinical management. Authors in this section discuss polycystic ovarian syndrome, diabetes, energy density, glycemic index, low-carbohydrate diets, the role of physical activity, and novel approaches to pharmacotherapy, surgery, and management of micronutrient deficiencies in the postbariatric patient. An essential, practical text that sorts, synthesizes, and interprets the latest information on obesity-related topics, Treatment of the Obese Patient is an essential volume for clinical endocrinologists and other health care providers.

Title:Treatment of the Obese PatientFormat:PaperbackDimensions:444 pagesPublished:November 9, 2010Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:161737749X

ISBN - 13:9781617377495

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Table of Contents

Treatment of the Obese Patient Contemporary Endocrinology Table of Contents Section One: Physiology & Pathophysiology Chapter 1 Neuroregulation of appetite Ofer Reizes Stephen C. Benoit Deborah J. Clegg Chapter 2 Gut peptides Vian Amber Steve Bloom Chapter 3 New biology of endocannabanoids Stephen C. Woods PhD Daniela Cota Chapter 4 Obesity and adipokines Nicole H. Rogers, MS Martin S. Obin, PhD Andrew Greenberg, MD Chapter 5 Free fatty acids, insulin resistance and ectopic fat David E. Kelley MD Chapter 6 Critical Importance of the Perinatal Period in the Development of Obesity Barry E. Levin, MD Chapter 7 Body composition in obesity Jennifer L. Kuk, MSc Robert Ross, PhD Chapter 8 Energy expenditure and obesity Eric Ravussin, PhD Leanne M. Redman, Ph.D. Section Two: Clinical management Chapter 9 Socioeconomics of obesity Roland Sturm, PhD Yuhua Bao, PhD Chapter 10 Assessment of the obese patient Daniel H. Bessesen, MD Chapter 11 Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome Richard Legro, MD Romana Dmitrovic, M.D. Chapter 12 Weight management in diabetes prevention: Translating DPP into clinical practice F. Xavier Pi-Sunyer, M.D. Chapter 13 Energy Density and weight regulation Jenny H. Ledikwe, PhD Heidi M. Blanck, PhD Mary K Serdula, PhD Jennifer D. Seymour, PhD Beth C. Tohill, PhD Barbara J. Rolls, Ph.D. Chapter 14 Glycemic index, diabetes and obesity David S. Ludwig, MD, PhD Cara B. Ebbeling, PhD Chapter 15 Update on low carbohydrate diets Gary D. Foster, Ph.D. Angela P. Makris, Ph.D., R.D. Chapter 16 Physical activity and obesity John M. Jakicic, Ph.D. Amy D. Otto, PhD, LDN Kristen Polzien, PhD Kelli Ann Davis, MS Chapter 17 Strategies for behavior change: motivational interviewing Ken Resnicow, PhD Abdul R. Shaikh, MHSc. Chapter 18 Weight loss drugs: current and on the horizon George A. Bray, M.D. Frank L. Greenway, M.D. Chapter 19 Surgical approaches and outcomes George L. Blackburn, M.D., Ph.D. Vivian Sanchez Chapter 20 Management of the post-bariatric surgical patient Robert F. Kushner, MD Chapter 21 Lessons from the National Weight control registry James O. Hill, PhD Holly R. Wyatt, MD Suzanne Phelan, PhD Rena R. Wing, PhD Chapter 22 Pediatric obesity Lawrence D. Hammer, M. D.

Editorial Reviews

From the reviews:"...provides a timely and excellent overview of obesity, it's determinants, and the future trends in its epidemiology and treatment." -Irish Journal of Medical Science"Part of the Series Contemporary Endocrinology, this volume written by US scientists reviews recent advances in obesity. . Although addressed to adult patients, the basic chapters also apply to the pediatric population." (Pediatric Endocrinology Reviews, Vol. 5 (2), December, 2007)"Treatment of the Obese Patient, a well-referenced book, is a detailed review of the various systems that regulate eating behavior and body weight. It includes discussions of neurobiology, gut peptides, adipokines, and ectopic fat. . In summary, this book provides new tools for immediate application in clinical practice." (Margo A. Denke, The New England Journal of Medicine, December, 2007)"A comprehensive, multiauthored review of the physiological factors that contribute to weight, pathophysiology of obesity, and treatment options for the obese patient. ... Recommended Readership: Any student or health care professional with a specific interest in learning more about the physiology and pathophysiology of bogy weight as well as current treatment options for obesity." (Helen Karakelides, Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Vol. 82 (11), November, 2007)