9780763783563

Handbook of Pediatric Nutrition

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    9780763783563

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    0763783560

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-05-06
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett
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Handbook of Pediatric Nutrition, Third Edition, provides cutting edge research and resources on the most important pediatric issues and therapies, such as prenatal nutrition, weight management, vegetarian diets, diabetes guidelines, and transplant nutrition concerns. Commonly used by dietetic practitioners studying for their Pediatric Specialty exams, registered dietitians, dietetic technicians, nutritionists, pediatricians, nurses, and dietetic students, this book is considered the last word in pediatric nutrition.

Table of Contents

Contributorsp. xi
Prefacep. xv
Normal Pediatric Nutrition and Growthp. 1
Physical Growth and Developmentp. 3
What is Growth?p. 3
How is Growth Measured?p. 3
General Periods and Patterns of Growthp. 3
Growth of Body Tissuesp. 7
Growth of Lean Body Massp. 8
Growth of Total Body Fatp. 9
Skeletal Growthp. 9
How to Assess Growth Statusp. 12
Growth Velocityp. 13
Special Childrenp. 14
Conclusionsp. 14
Nutritional Assessmentp. 17
Screeningp. 17
Nutritional Assessmentp. 18
Data Evaluation and Planp. 35
Conclusionsp. 38
Nutrition for Premature Infantsp. 43
Parenteral Nutritionp. 46
Enteral Nutritionp. 49
Nutritional Assessmentp. 57
Discharge Concernsp. 60
Conclusionsp. 60
Normal Nutrition During Infancyp. 65
Breastfeedingp. 65
Bottle Feedingp. 70
Supplementation of Vitamins and Minerals for All Infantsp. 82
Weaning and Feeding Progressionp. 84
Dental Caries in Infancyp. 86
Whole Cow's Milkp. 89
Juice Consumption During Infancyp. 89
Feeding Problemsp. 90
Conclusionsp. 94
Normal Nutrition from Infancy through Adolescencep. 99
Progress in Growth and Developmentp. 99
Food Intake Patterns and Guidelinesp. 102
Nutrition Issuesp. 109
Diet and Dental Healthp. 109
Effect of Diet on Learning and Behaviorp. 113
Adolescent Pregnancyp. 114
Substance Abusep. 115
Health Promotionp. 116
Nutrition Educationp. 117
Nutrition Counselingp. 121
Counseling Children versus Adults-What is the Difference?p. 121
How Children Learnp. 121
Developmental Stagesp. 122
Creating a Learning Environmentp. 125
The Counseling Experiencep. 126
Providing Developmentally Appropriate Experiencesp. 128
Role of the Parentp. 129
Counseling the Child with Special Needsp. 130
Summaryp. 131
Vegetarianism in Childrenp. 133
Reasons for Choosing a Vegetarian Dietp. 133
Counseling the Vegetarian Clientp. 133
Alternative Medical Beliefs and the Vegetarian Dietp. 142
Vegetarian Diets Throughout Childhoodp. 143
Summaryp. 146
Food Hypersensitivitiesp. 149
Pathophysiologyp. 151
Clinical Manifestationsp. 154
Non-IgE-Mediated Food Hypersensitivityp. 155
Diagnosing Food Hypersensitivityp. 155
Therapyp. 162
Cross-Contaminationp. 165
Milk Hypersensitivityp. 165
Egg Hypersensitivityp. 165
Soybean Hypersensitivityp. 166
Wheat Hypersensitivityp. 166
Fish Hypersensitivityp. 166
Peanut Hypersensitivityp. 166
Other Principles of Management and Treatmentp. 167
Accidental Ingestionp. 167
Natural History and Preventionp. 168
Childhood Obesityp. 173
Risks Associated with Childhood Obesityp. 173
Definition and Measurementp. 173
Etiologyp. 174
Longitudinal Perspective on Child and Adolescent Obesityp. 174
Assessment and Diagnosisp. 177
Treatmentp. 180
Conclusionp. 183
Eating Disordersp. 191
Definitionsp. 191
Etiologyp. 192
Incidence and Prevalencep. 192
Medical, Psychologic, and Behavioral Changesp. 194
Prognosisp. 195
Treatmentp. 195
Case Study: Anorexia Nervosap. 200
Case Study: Bulimia Nervosap. 201
Sports Nutrition for Children and Adolescentsp. 205
Physical Activityp. 205
Physiologic Effects of Exercisep. 205
Nutritional Concernsp. 210
Exercise Recommendations in Specific Groupsp. 211
Recognition and Treatment of Nutrition Disorders Related to Sportsp. 219
Ergogenic Aids and Drugsp. 219
Exercise Program Recommendationsp. 222
Community Nutritionp. 225
Community Nutrition Services and Programs for Childrenp. 225
Federal Food and Nutrition Education Resourcesp. 225
Other Food Resources in the Communityp. 229
Nutrition Components and Services in Federal Programsp. 229
State and Local Nutrition Servicesp. 231
Other Nutrition Education Resourcesp. 232
The Role of Community Nutritionists in Public Health Programsp. 232
Providing Community Nutrition Services in a Changing Environmentp. 233
Therapeutic Pediatric Nutritionp. 241
Nutrition Support of Inborn Errors of Metabolismp. 243
Principles and Practical Considerations in Nutrition Supportp. 243
Inborn Errors of Amino Acid Metabolismp. 246
Inborn Errors of Nitrogen Metabolismp. 271
Inborn Errors of Carbohydrate Metabolismp. 284
Inborn Errors of Lipoprotein Metabolismp. 285
Inborn Errors of Mineral Metabolismp. 285
Areas Requiring Further Researchp. 285
Functions of the Dietitian in Nutrition Support of Patients With an Inborn Error of Metabolismp. 286
Developmental Disabilitiesp. 293
Definition of Developmental Disabilitiesp. 293
Nutritional Needs of the Child with Developmental Disabilitiesp. 293
Nutritional Assessmentp. 298
Management of Nutrition Concernsp. 304
Management of Nutritional Problemsp. 308
Other Nutritional Considerationsp. 312
Conclusionp. 312
Pulmonary Diseasesp. 315
Cystic Fibrosisp. 315
Bronchopulmonary Dysplasiap. 332
Asthmap. 343
Gastrointestinal Disordersp. 355
Diagnostic Testsp. 355
Acute Diarrheap. 355
Chronic Diarrhea of Infancyp. 355
Celiac Diseasep. 365
Inflammatory Bowel Diseasep. 366
Lactose Intolerancep. 369
Constipationp. 370
Pancreatic Insufficiency and Cholestatic Liver Diseasep. 370
Short Bowel Syndromep. 373
Liver Transplantationp. 377
Chronic Renal Diseasep. 385
Conservative Managementp. 387
Dialysisp. 390
Transplantationp. 391
Conclusionp. 393
Failure to Thrivep. 395
Introductionp. 395
Diagnostic Criteria and Evaluation of Growthp. 395
Classification of Severity of Undernutritionp. 398
Medical Evaluationp. 399
Psychosocial Evaluationp. 399
Parent-Child Interactionsp. 402
Nutrition Evaluationp. 403
Assessment of the Dietp. 404
Prognosisp. 407
Cardiologyp. 413
Congenital Heart Diseasep. 413
Acute Carep. 414
Extracorporeal Life Supportp. 416
Parenteral Nutrition Supportp. 417
Enteral Nutrition Supportp. 417
Chronic Carep. 419
Nutrition Management of Pediatric Hyperlipidemiap. 420
Diabetesp. 425
Medical Nutrition Therapy for the Child With Diabetesp. 425
The Diabetes Teamp. 425
Nutrition Principles for the Management of Diabetes and Related Complicationsp. 427
Designing the Meal Planp. 433
Age-Specific Developmental Considerationsp. 439
Pregnancyp. 445
Monitoring Toolsp. 446
Organizations and Publicationsp. 449
Conclusionp. 450
Pediatric Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndromep. 453
Definitions for AIDS Surveillance of Childrenp. 453
Diagnosisp. 455
Epidemiologyp. 455
Clinical Manifestationsp. 455
Medicationsp. 456
Nutritional Implicationsp. 458
Growth and Body Compositionp. 458
Nutritional Assessmentp. 459
Caloric Requirementsp. 460
Nutritional Interventionp. 460
Conclusionp. 462
Oncology and Marrow Transplantationp. 465
Nutritional Effects of Cancerp. 465
Nutritional Effects of Cancer Therapyp. 469
Nutritional Assessmentp. 477
Nutrient Requirementsp. 480
Nutritional Supportp. 480
Special Considerationsp. 485
Additional Resourcesp. 488
Nutrition in the Burned Pediatric Patientp. 493
Anatomic and Physiologic Considerationsp. 493
Metabolic Manifestations of Thermal Injuryp. 494
Fluid Requirementsp. 495
Caloric Needsp. 496
Carbohydrate Needsp. 498
Protein Needsp. 500
Fat Needsp. 500
Micronutrient Needsp. 501
Nutritional Intervention Strategiesp. 502
Parenteral Hyperalimentationp. 507
Nutritional Assessmentp. 508
Conclusionp. 508
Enteral Nutritionp. 513
Patient Selectionp. 513
Product Selectionp. 515
Product Availability and Costp. 524
Administration of Feedingp. 530
Prevention and Treatment of Complicationsp. 535
Weaningp. 538
Planning for Home Enteral Supportp. 540
Parenteral Nutritionp. 551
Clinical Indicationsp. 551
Vascular Accessp. 553
Solution Administration Methods and Equipmentp. 555
Cyclingp. 561
Fluid and Electrolytesp. 561
Energyp. 563
Carbohydratep. 563
Proteinp. 566
Fatp. 572
Vitaminsp. 574
Mineralsp. 574
Patient Monitoringp. 578
Psychosocial Issuesp. 579
Reimbursementp. 582
Botanicals in Pediatricsp. 589
Growth of the Herbal Marketp. 590
Definitionsp. 590
The Use of Herbs and Phytomedicines in Pediatricsp. 592
Conclusionp. 599
Premature Infant Growth Chartsp. 601
Incremental Growth Chartsp. 605
Down Syndrome Growth Chartsp. 627
BMI and Weight Gain Chartsp. 633
Body Mass Index for Selected Weights and Staturesp. 639
Percentiles for Body Mass Index in US Children 5 to 17 Years of Agep. 645
Nomogramsp. 653
Arm and Skinfold Measurementsp. 657
Progression of Sexual Developmentp. 667
Biochemical Evaluation of Nutrition Statusp. 669
Dietary References Intakes and Recommended Dietary Allowancesp. 681
General Guidelines, Daily Values, Food Guide Pyramid, and Conversion Tablesp. 689
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