Clinical Cases In Dietetics

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Clinical Cases In Dietetics

Author : Fred Pender
ISBN : 9781444307450
Genre : Medical
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Learning how to deal with actual cases and developing the abilityto arrive at a reasoned clinical judgement are important parts of astudent's training. This unique text presents a series of clinical cases of increasingcomplexity and range. Readers are taken through a structured way ofthinking that facilitates clinical reasoning and the arrival of ajustified treatment plan. Each case includes a commentary andopportunities for reflection on practice, and identifies keylearning points.
Category: Medical

Clinical Case Studies For The Nutrition Care Process

Author : Assistant Professor Nutrition La Salle University School of Nursing and Health Sciences Elizabeth Zorzanello Emery
ISBN : 9781449675868
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Designed for graduate nutrition students, dietetic interns, and practicing dietitians, Clinical Case Studies for the Nutrition Care Process presents realistic scenarios for a variety of cases organized in the format of the Nutrition Care Process. Cases are drawn from the author s experience and collected from practitioners who are experts in their field, providing a variety of interesting scenarios. Topics such as adolescent obesity and dietary management in diabetes are explored. As a part of the American Dietetic Association s Nutrition Care Process (NCP), dietitians, educators, and students have been asked to adopt a new standardized language for nutrition diagnosis. While this process utilizes many aspects of the traditional care model, dietitians may be unsure of how to implement the completely new aspect of standardized language and Nutrition Diagnosis. Not only does this book include an introductory section on the Nutrition Care Process, but readers will learn how to use the standardized terms, develop a nutrition diagnosis, and apply the standardized language to specific clinical cases."
Category: Health & Fitness

Clinical Case Studies For Nutrition Care Process Ebook

Author : Elizabeth Zorzanello Emery
ISBN : 9781284211702
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Clinical Case Studies for the Nutrition Care Process presents realistic scenarios for a variety of cases organized in the format of the Nutrition Care Process (NCP). The ideal resource for use in the Medical Nutrition Therapy or Clinical Nutrition course, readers will find cases drawn from the author's experience and also collected from practitioners who are experts in their field, providing a variety of relevant, interesting cases. Along with providing necessary real-world content, these cases help students meet standard put forth by the Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND). In using these cases, students will learn how to utilize standardized terms, develop a nutrition diagnosis, and apply the standardized language to specific clinical cases. In addition to the cases, the text also presents a brief introduction to the Nutrition Care Process, as well as a new section focused on applying the NCP in clinical practice.
Category: Health & Fitness

Dietetic And Nutrition Case Studies

Author : Judy Lawrence
ISBN : 9781118897102
Genre : Medical
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Complemented by: Manual of dietetic practice / edited by Joan Gandy in conjunction with the British Dietetic Association. Fifth edition. 2014.
Category: Medical

Medical Nutrition And Disease

Author : Lisa Hark
ISBN : 9781118652435
Genre : Medical
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Medical Nutrition and Disease: A Case-Based Approach is an ideal way for medical students, physician assistant students, dietetic students, dietetic interns, and medical residents to advance their nutrition knowledge and skills. Dietitians in clinical practice and dietetic educators will also benefit from the updated nutrition concepts and case-based approach. The 5th edition of this best-selling text has been fully updated and includes 13 chapters and 29 cases, with 6 brand new cases. The text is a practical guide to the role that nutrition plays in disease prevention, treatment, and management and also provides 48 self-study continuing education credits (C.E.) for dietitians. Medical Nutrition and Disease: • Features learning objectives and current references in every chapter and case • Teaches you how to diagnose and manage nutritional problems, integrate nutrition into clinical practice, and answer your patients’ most common questions • Includes nutritional advice for children, teenagers, pregnant women, and older adults • Includes contributions from nationally recognized nutritionists and physicians who teach nutrition in medical schools, and undergraduate and dietetic programs Registered dietitians can earn 48 C.E. credits from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics by successfully completing the updated multiple-choice questions included in the book. Everything has been pre-approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration and there are no additional fees.
Category: Medical

Cases On Medical Nutrition Therapy For Gastrointestinal Disorders

Author : Aljaaly, Elham Abbas
ISBN : 9781799838036
Genre : Medical
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Medical nutrition therapy plays a central role in the management of diseases including reducing disease risk, slowing disease progression, and monitoring nutritional status. Though a nutrition care process has been implemented in some countries, many do not have a national standard for nutrition and dietetic practices for different diseases including the scope of gastrointestinal disorders. Moreover, there is no guidance to dietetic practice by most of the governing bodies of the world. Cases on Medical Nutrition Therapy for Gastrointestinal Disorders presents real-world case studies on nutrition assessment, diagnosis, intervention, monitoring, and evaluation standards and practices. Moreover, the cases provide critical updates on the use of medical nutrition therapy for gastrointestinal disorders that include but are not limited to Celiac Disease, Crohn’s Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, constipation, and bowel obstructions and discusses strategies for the prevention and management of these disorders. Registered dietitians, dietetic interns, nutritionists, healthcare professionals, researchers, academicians, and students will benefit from the scenarios presented within this book.
Category: Medical

Advancing Dietetics And Clinical Nutrition E Book

Author : Anne Payne
ISBN : 9781455725243
Genre : Medical
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This book provides a comprehensive account of the relevant physiology, pathophysiology, nutritional therapy and dietetic application for each specialist dietetic area. All major specialist areas involved in the the treatment of adults are covered. The first section deals with clinical governance, for example patient-centred care, clinical decision-making and developing evidence-based practice. The second section on advanced clinical practice describes 18 clinical conditions or dietetic areas in detail. There is detailed coverage of 18 clinical conditions or dietetic areas: The control of food intake and absorption of nutrients Drug nutrient interactions Food allergy – allergy and intolerance Irritable bowel disease (IBD) and colorectal cancer Short bowel syndrome Enteral nutrition Parenteral nutrition Thermal injury Nutrition and liver disease HIV Palliative care Renal disease Diabetes Obesity Cardiovascular disease Stroke Neurological conditions Mental health. Each chapter concludes with a section on possible future developments in the specialty, providing insight into 'hot topics', making this an essential text for all working in the field of Dietetics and Clinical Nutrition. Each clinical chapter follows a standard structure: Learning objectives Key points summarise important aspects Case studies with questions and answers help link theory to practice References and further reading suggestions encourage wider research.
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Clinical Paediatric Dietetics

Author : Vanessa Shaw
ISBN : 9781118699539
Genre : Medical
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This standard work has been comprehensively revised and expanded tomeet the needs of the modern practising and studentdietitian. In tune with current trends, a greater emphasis has been placed onpublic health issues such as the treatment of childhood nutritionaldisorders in the community, including obesity and faltering growth.The book now also contains a dedicated chapter on the importantissue of allergy prevention. * Edited by leading experts at Great Ormond Street and theInstitute of Child Health * Officially supported by the British Dietetic Association * Written for dietitians, by dietitians With worked examples of dietary management given throughout,Clinical Paediatric Dietetics is an indispensable guide for allthose involved in the nutritional treatment of children.
Category: Medical

Medicine And Religion

Author : Gary B. Ferngren
ISBN : 9781421412177
Genre : Medical
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Medicine and Religion is the first book to comprehensively examine the relationship between medicine and religion in the Western tradition from ancient times to the modern era. Beginning with the earliest attempts to heal the body and account for the meaning of illness in the ancient Near East, historian Gary B. Ferngren describes how the polytheistic religions of ancient Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, and Rome and the monotheistic faiths of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have complemented medicine in the ancient, medieval, and modern periods. Ferngren paints a broad and detailed portrait of how humans throughout the ages have drawn on specific values of diverse religious traditions in caring for the body. Religious perspectives have informed both the treatment of disease and the provision of health care. And, while tensions have sometimes existed, relations between medicine and religion have often been cooperative and mutually beneficial. Religious beliefs provided a framework for explaining disease and suffering that was larger than medicine alone could offer. These beliefs furnished a theological basis for a compassionate care of the sick that led to the creation of the hospital and a long tradition of charitable medicine. Praise for Medicine and Health Care in Early Christianity, by Gary B. Ferngren "This fine work looks forward as well as backward; it invites fuller reflection of the many senses in which medicine and religion intersect and merits wide readership."—JAMA "An important book, for students of Christian theology who understand health and healing to be topics of theological interest, and for health care practitioners who seek a historical perspective on the development of the ethos of their vocation."—Journal of Religion and Health
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Medical Brief

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ISBN : UCAL:$B215925
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