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Pediatric nutrition / edited by Patricia Queen Samour, Kathy King.

Samour, Patricia Queen. (Added Author). King, Kathy, RD. (Added Author).
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Location: IAHS STACKS RJ206 .H23 2012
Barcode: 30731101096455
Status: Available

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  • ISBN: 9780763784508 (pbk.)
  • ISBN: 0763784508 (pbk.)
  • Physical Description: xxii, 538 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
  • Edition: 4th ed.
  • Publisher: Sudbury, MA : Jones & Bartlett Learning, c2012.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Rev. ed. of: Handbook of pediatric nutrition. 3rd ed. c2005.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Preconception And Prenatal Nutrition / Alyce Thomas and Maria Duarte-Gardea -- Preconception -- Diabetes -- Obesity -- Hypertension -- Polycystic ovary syndrome -- Lifestyle factors -- Smoking -- Pregnancy -- Weight issues in pregnancy -- Multiple gestation -- Gastrointestinal discomforts -- Eating disorders -- Physical activity -- Nutrient recommendations -- Comorbidities during pregnancy -- Food safety -- Post-delivery issues -- Depression -- Breastfeeding -- Lifestyle interventions -- Resources for preconception and prenatal nutrition -- Chapter 2: Physical Growth And Maturation / Wm Cameron Chumlea and Michael LaMonte -- What is growth? -- How is growth measured? -- Periods and patterns of growth -- Infancy: birth to age 2 years -- Preschool years: 3 to 6 years of age -- Middle childhood: 7 to 10 years of age -- Adolescence: 11 to 18 years of age -- Assessing growth status -- CDC 2000 growth charts -- WHO growth charts -- Using the CDC or the WHO growth charts -- BMI growth charts -- Race/ethnicity -- Comparing the CDC and WHO growth charts -- Premature growth -- Growth velocity -- Maturation -- Body composition -- Growth of muscle -- Growth of body fat -- Skeletal growth -- Special children -- Chapter 3: Nutritional Assessment / Susan Bessler -- Screening -- Nutritional assessment -- Medical history -- Anthropometric data -- Laboratory measurements -- Clinical evaluation -- Dietary evaluation -- Calculation of energy requirements -- Definition of terms -- Standardized equations -- Data evaluation and plan -- Protein-energy malnutrition -- Failure to thrive -- Standard deviation -- Conclusion -- Chapter 4: Nutrition For Premature Infants / Diane M Anderson -- Introduction -- Parenteral nutrition -- Management concerns and medical problems -- Transition to enteral feedings -- Enteral nutrition -- Breastfeeding -- Nutritional assessment -- Dietary considerations -- Anthropometric measurements -- Assessment of feeding tolerance -- Discharge concerns -- Conclusion -- Chapter 5: Normal Nutrition During Infancy / Susan Akers and Sharon Groh-Wargo -- Nutrition issues at birth -- Nutrient needs -- Breastfeeding -- Informed choice -- Human milk composition -- Maternal diet during breastfeeding -- Management of lactation -- Bottle-feeding -- Infant formula composition -- Standard formulas -- Soy formulas -- Protein hydrolysates -- Amino acid-based formulas -- Follow-up formulas -- Other products fed to infants -- Management of formula feedings -- Feeding techniques and schedules -- Supplementation -- Weaning and feeding progression -- Physical readiness for solids -- Psychological readiness for solids -- Complementary foods -- First foods -- Home preparation of baby foods -- Risk for obesity -- Dental caries in infancy -- Whole cow's milk -- Water in first year -- Juice consumption during infancy -- Feeding problems -- Food allergy in infancy -- Constipation and stool characteristics -- Acute diarrhea -- Gastroesophageal reflux -- Food refusal -- Suggested websites -- Conclusion -- Chapter 6: Normal Nutrition From Infancy Through Adolescence /Betty Lucas, Beth Ogata, and Sharon Feucht -- Progress in growth and development -- Nutrient needs -- Energy -- Protein -- Minerals and vitamins -- Food intake patterns and guidelines -- Factors influencing food intake -- Family -- Media -- Peers -- Body image -- Feeding the toddler and preschool child -- Feeding the school-age child -- Feeding the adolescent -- School nutrition -- School lunch programs -- Vending machines and other competing foods -- School wellness policies -- Other nutrition issues -- Diet and oral health -- Prevention of caries -- Early childhood caries -- Iron deficiency anemia -- Effect of diet on learning and behavior -- Diet and learning behavior -- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder -- Vegetarian nutrition -- Adolescent pregnancy -- Nutrition and physical activity -- Physical activity in children and teens -- Sports nutrition -- Health promotion -- Heart health -- Bone health -- Fiber -- Nutrition education -- Chapter 7: Food Hypersensitivities / Lynn Christie -- Clinical manifestations -- Pathophysiology -- IgE-mediated food hypersensitivities -- Non-IgE-mediated food hypersensitivity -- Diagnosing food hypersensitivity -- History -- Physical exam -- Skin testing and in vitro assays -- Diet diary -- Elimination diets -- Oral food challenges -- Diet therapy -- Education -- Labels -- Cross-contact -- Elimination diets -- Milk hypersensitivity -- Egg hypersensitivity -- Soybean hypersensitivity -- Wheat hypersensitivity -- Peanut hypersensitivity -- Tree nut hypersensitivity -- Fish and shellfish hypersensitivity -- Other principles of management and treatment -- Natural history and prevention -- Conclusion -- Chapter 8: Weigh Management: Obesity To Eating Disorders / Laura V Hudspeth, Bonnie A spear, and Haley W Lacey -- Introduction -- Overweight/obesity -- Prevalence and trends -- Medical complications of obesity in children and adolescents -- Assessment and diagnosis -- Nutritional factors in prevention and treatment of obesity -- Physical activity -- Motivational interviewing -- Prevention -- Treatment -- Staged approach to treating childhood obesity -- Recommended weight change goals -- Bariatric surgery -- Resources -- Eating disorders -- Diagnostic criteria -- Children and adolescents -- Healthcare team -- Prognosis -- Nutrition assessment -- Medical consequences and intervention in eating disorders -- Anorexia nervosa -- Bulimia nervosa -- Eating disorders not otherwise specified -- Eating disorders in the male population -- Conclusion -- Chapter 9: Genetic Screening And Nutrition Management / Phyllis B Acosta -- Introduction -- Newborn screening -- Principles and practical considerations in nutrition support -- Principles of nutrition support -- Practical considerations in nutrition support -- Maillard reaction -- Introduction of pureed foods -- Changes in nutrition support prescription -- Monitoring -- Inborn errors of amino acid metabolism -- Inborn errors of nitrogen metabolism -- Inborn errors of carbohydrate metabolism: galactosemias -- Inborn errors of fatty acid oxidation (mitochondrial) -- Areas needing further research -- Functions of the dietitian in nutrition support of patients with an inborn error of metabolism -- Nutrigenomics -- Chapter 10: Developmental Disabilities / Harriet H Cloud -- Definition of developmental disabilities -- Nutritional needs of the child with developmental disabilities -- Lowered energy needs -- Higher energy needs -- Protein, carbohydrates, and fats -- Vitamins, minerals, and botanicals -- Nutrition assessment -- Management of nutrition concerns -- Nutritional problems -- Obesity -- Prader-Willi syndrome -- Failure to thrive -- Constipation -- Feeding problems -- Dental disease -- Seizures -- Autism, attention deficit disorder, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder -- Autism -- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and attention deficit disorder -- Community resources and cost -- Conclusion --
Chapter 11: Pulmonary Diseases / Erin Redding and Shannon Despino -- Cystic fibrosis -- Genetics/incidence --Manifestations/diagnosis -- Management -- Effects of CF on nutritional status -- Nutritional screening and assessment -- Nutritional management -- Alternative/complementary medicine -- Identification of areas needing further research -- Bronchopulmonary dysplasia -- Increased nutrient requirements -- Effects of bronchopulmonary dysplasia -- Growth of infants with BPD -- Nutritional screening and assessment -- Nutrition management -- Barriers to meeting increased needs -- Meeting nutritional needs -- Addressing feeding difficulties -- Identification of areas needing further research -- Asthma -- Food allergies and asthma -- Effects of nutrients on asthma -- Effects of asthma treatment on nutritional status -- Nutritional management -- Combating steroid side effects -- Alternative/complementary medicine -- Identification of areas for further research -- Chapter 12: Gastrointestinal Disorders / Amanda Croll, Sarah Weston, Jennifer Autodore, and Jenni Beary -- Introduction -- Acute diarrhea -- Nutrition management -- Lactose-containing products -- Fiber-- Prebiotics and probiotics -- Chronic diarrhea -- Nutrition management -- Constipation -- Gastroesophageal reflux -- Lactose intolerance -- Primary lactase deficiency -- Secondary lactase deficiency -- Developmental (neonatal) lactase deficiency -- Congenital lactase deficiency -- Celia disease -- Inflammatory bowel disease -- Nutrition assessment -- Nutrition therapy -- Pancreatitis -- Nutrition therapy for mold pancreatitis -- Nutrition therapy for severe pancreatitis -- Cholestatic liver disease -- Nutrition assessment -- Nutrition therapy -- Liver transplant -- Nutrition assessment -- Pretransplant nutrition therapy -- Post-transplant nutrition therapy -- Short bowel syndrome -- Nutrient and fluid absorption -- Nutritional adequacy -- Phases of nutrition therapy -- Other treatments -- Intestinal transplantation -- Websites -- General gastrointestinal -- Celiac -- Magazines for people with food allergies and sensitivities -- Crohn's and colitis foundation of America -- Chapter 13: Chronic Kidney Disease / Linda A Phelan -- Stages, etiology, and consequences of chronic kidney disease -- Conservative management -- Calcium and phosphorus -- Sodium, potassium, and fluid -- Protein/energy -- Vitamins and minerals -- Dialysis -- Calcium and phosphorus -- Sodium, potassium, and fluid -- Protein/energy -- Lipids -- Vitamins -- Carnitine -- Transplantation -- Conclusion -- Chapter 14: Cardiology / Melanie Savoca, Monica Nagle, and Susan Konek -- Congenital heart disease -- Factors associated with malnutrition -- Acute care -- Extracorporeal life support -- Parenteral nutrition support -- Gastrointestinal function -- Enteral nutrition support -- Pediatric cardiomyopathy -- Chylothorax -- Genetic syndromes and chromosome anomalies -- Chronic care -- Pediatric Hyperlipidemia -- Chapter 15: Diabetes / Laurie Anne Higgins -- Introduction -- Diabetes team -- Nutrition principles for the management of diabetes and related complications -- Calories -- Carbohydrate and sweeteners -- Glycemic index and glycemic load -- Sucrose -- Nutritive sweeteners -- nonnutritive sweeteners -- Fiber -- Protein -- Total fat -- Vitamins and minerals -- Alcohol -- Designing the meal plan -- Nutrition counseling -- Meal-planning approaches -- Insulin therapy -- Snacks -- CSII/pump therapy -- Long-acting insulin's -- Age-specific developmental considerations -- Birth to 12 months of age -- One to 4 years of age -- School-age children -- Adolescents -- Growth maintenance -- Weight control and disrodered eating -- Type 2 diabetes -- Pregnancy -- Breastfeeding -- Monitoring blood glucose -- Continuous glucose monitoring -- Exercise/activity -- Hypoglycemia -- Illness -- Conclusion -- Chapter 16: HIV And AIDS / Jill Rockwell -- Overview -- Immune function and HIV/AIDS -- Definitions of AIDs surveillance of children -- Diagnosis -- Clinical manifestations of HIV infection and AIDs -- Medications -- Nutritional implications -- Growth and body composition -- Bone density -- Caloric requirements -- Nutritional intervention -- Conclusion -- Chapter 17: Hematology And Oncology / Paula Charuhas Macris and Kathryn Hunt -- Introduction -- Childhood cancer and malnutrition -- Nutritional effects of cancer therapy -- Chemotherapy -- Surgery -- Radiation therapy -- Hematopoietic cell transplantation -- Nutrition assessment -- Anthropometry -- Biochemistry -- Nutrition history -- Physical assessment -- Other assessment tools -- Nutrient requirements -- Energy and protein requirements -- Vitamins, minerals, and other requirements -- Nutrition support -- Oral diet -- Enteral nutrition -- Parenteral nutrition -- Special considerations -- Long-term nutritional sequelae -- Integrative medicine -- Diet for the immunosuppressed child -- Food safety -- Special food service needs -- Feeding relationship and family-centered care -- Promoting oral intake during hospitalization -- Sickle cell disease -- Nutrition education for children with SCD -- Conclusion -- Chapter 18: Nutrition For Burned Pediatric Patients / Michele Morath Gottschlich and Theresa Mayes -- Anatomic and physiologic considerations -- Metabolic manifestations of thermal injury -- Fluid requirements -- Caloric needs -- Carbohydrate needs -- Protein requirements -- Fat needs -- Micronutrient needs -- Nutritional intervention strategies -- Small burn (less than 20%) -- Larger surface burns (more that 20%) -- Parenteral hyperalimentation -- Nutritional assessment -- Conclusion -- Chapter 19: Enteral Nutrition / Lisa Simone Sharda -- Introduction -- Patient selection -- Product selection -- Infants less than 1 year of age -- Children older than 1 year -- Adolescents -- Blenderized feedings -- Commercial adult formulas -- Product availability and cost -- Selection of specific feeding routes -- Gastric feeding -- Transpyloric feedings -- Jejunostomy feeding -- Administration of feeding -- Methods of delivery -- Pumps -- Initiation and advancement of feedings -- Prevention and treatment of complications -- Hang time -- Transition to oral intake -- Weaning -- Formula change and acceptance -- Feeding disorders -- Planning for home enteral support -- Chapter 20: Parenteral Nutrition / Janice Hovasi Cox and Ingrida Mara Melbardis -- Introduction -- Clinical indications -- Vascular access -- Peripheral venous access -- Central venous access -- Solution administration -- Cycling -- Weaning -- Fluid and electrolytes -- Energy -- Carbohydrate -- Protein -- Fat -- Vitamins -- Minerals -- Patient monitoring -- Psychosocial issues -- Reimbursement -- Resources -- Chapter 21: Botanicals In Pediatrics / John Westerdahl -- Introduction -- Growth of the herbal market -- Definitions -- Use of herbs and phytomedicines in pediatrics -- Laxatives and stimulants -- Sedatives and antidepressants -- Herbs containing alkaloids -- Traditional herbal remedies used with infants and children -- Determining proper pediatric dosage for medicinal herbs -- Conclusion -- Resources -- Appendix A: Premature infant growth charts -- Appendix B: CDC and WHO growth charts -- Appendix C: Down syndrome growth charts -- Appendix D: Arm measurements -- Appendix E: Progression of sexual development Appendix F: Nomograms -- Appendix G: Biochemical evaluation of nutritional status -- Appendix H: Recommended dietary allowances/dietary reference intakes -- Appendix I: 2010 dietary guidelines -- Appendix J: Conversion tables -- Index.
Subject: Children > Nutrition > Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Child Nutritional Physiological Phenomena.
Child Nutrition Disorders.
Child.
Diet Therapy.
Infant Nutrition Disorders.
Infant.
Needs Assessment.
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