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Clinical Nutrition Case Studies 4th Edition

Wayne Billon

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 1999, 1996, 1991
  • 400 Pages

Overview

CLINICAL NUTRITION CASE STUDIES includes over 40 clinical cases, introducing students to the the broad range of clinical situations faced as a diet therapist, from alcoholic cirrhosis and insulin- and noninsulin-dependant diabetes to vegetarianism, body building, atherosclerosis, and much more. Each case includes a detailed description of patients' histories and nutritional problems, followed by a list of questions that invite students to apply their classroom and clinical lessons to the situations presented.

Wayne Billon, Western Carolina University

Preface.
Acknowledgements.
Index to Other Nutrition Textbooks.
Table of Case Studies at a Glance.
CLINICAL NUTRITION CASE STUDIES.
Case Study #1: Vegetarianism.
Case Study #2: Nutritional Screening.
Case Study #3: Nutritional Assessment.
Case Study #4: Anorexia Nervosa-Bulimia Nervosa.
Case Study #5: Polypharmacy.
Case Study #6: Obesity Treated with Diet.
Case Study #7: Obesity Treated with Surgery.
Case Study #8: Obesity Treated with VLCD.
Case Study #9: Weight Management with Cultural Concerns.
Case Study #10: Gastritis in an Elderly Woman.
Case Study #11: Chest Pain in an Elderly Woman.
Case Study #12: Pediatric GERD .
Case Study #13: Pediatric BPD.
Case Study #14: Peptic Ulcer Disease Resulting in Gastrectomy.
Part I: Peptic Ulcer Disease.
Part II: Gastrectomy.
Case Study #15: Diet and Diverticulosis Resulting in a Colostomy.
Part I: Treatment with Diet.
Part II: Treatment with Surgery.
Case Study #16: Nutrigenomics: B+-Thalassemia Minor and Iron Overload.
Case Study #17: Cystic Fibrosis.
Case Study #18: Dietary Management of Atherosclerosis Resulting in Open-Heart Surgery.
Part I: Diet and Balloon Dilatation.
Part II: Diet with Supplements.
Part III: Open-Heart Surgery.
Case Study #19: Myocardial Infarction Resulting in Congestive Heart Failure.
Part I: Myocardial Infarction without Hypercholesterolemia.
Part II: Congestive Heart Failure.
Case Study #20: Open-Heart Surgery Preceded by Cholecystectomy and Complicated by COPD.
Part I: Cholecystectomy.
Part II: Open-Heart Surgery with COPD Complications.
Part III: COPD and Home Health Care.
Case Study #21: Hypoglycemia.
Case Study #22: Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus.
Case Study #23: Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Metabolic Syndrome.
Part I: Initial Treatment.
Part II: Adjustments in Diet and Medications.
Case Study #24: Complications of Diabetes.
Case Study #25: Gestational Diabetes.
Case Study #26: Metabolic Syndrome.
Case Study #27: Low-Carbohydrate Weight Reduction Diets.
Case Study #28: Closed Head Injury and Home Health Care.
Part I: Hospital Care.
Part II: Home Health Care.
Case Study #29: Pancreatitis/Hepatitis Resulting in Alcoholic Cirrhosis.
Part I: Pancreatitis with Alcoholic Hepatitis.
Part II: Tube Feeding.
Case Study #30: Esophageal Cancer and Chemotherapy.
Part I: Chemotherapy.
Part II: TPN, Surgery and TF.
Case Study #31: Colon Cancer and Malnutrition.
Case Study #32: AIDS.
Case Study #33: Peritoneal Dialysis.
Case Study #34: Hypertension Resulting in Renal Disease, Hemodialysis and Kidney Transplant.
Part I: Hypertension and Diet.
Part II: Hemodialysis and Diet.
Part III: Kidney Transplant.
Case Study #35: Crohn''s Disease and TPN.
Part I: Ileostomy and Home TPN.
Part II: TPN to po Feedings.
BRIEF CLINICAL NUTRITION CASE STUDIES.
Introduction to Brief Case Studies.
Case Study #36: Renal Failure from NSAID Abuse.
Case Study #37: Crohn''s Disease in a Young College Female.
Case Study #38: Metabolic Syndrome.
Case Study #39: Non-Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy.
Case Study #40: Herb-Drug Interactions.
APPENDICES.
Appendix A: Commonly Used Formulas and Conversion Factors.
Appendix B: Blood, Plasma, or Serum Laboratory Values.
Appendix C: Abbreviations.
Appendix D: Multivitamin and Mineral I.V. Mixtures.
Appendix E: A Partial List of Enteral Products.
Appendix F: Electronic Resources Related to Nutrition.

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FOR INSTRUCTORS

Clinical Nutrition Case Studies

ISBN: 9780534516123
CLINICAL NUTRITION CASE STUDIES includes over 40 clinical cases, introducing students to the the broad range of clinical situations faced as a diet therapist, from alcoholic cirrhosis and insulin- and noninsulin-dependant diabetes to vegetarianism, body building, atherosclerosis, and much more. Each case includes a detailed description of patients' histories and nutritional problems, followed by a list of questions that invite students to apply their classroom and clinical lessons to the situations presented.

Answer Guide

ISBN: 9780495011224
Available to adopters only, this answer guide inudes case answers for easier course preparation and grading.

FOR STUDENTS

Clinical Nutrition Case Studies

ISBN: 9780534516123
CLINICAL NUTRITION CASE STUDIES includes over 40 clinical cases, introducing students to the the broad range of clinical situations faced as a diet therapist, from alcoholic cirrhosis and insulin- and noninsulin-dependant diabetes to vegetarianism, body building, atherosclerosis, and much more. Each case includes a detailed description of patients' histories and nutritional problems, followed by a list of questions that invite students to apply their classroom and clinical lessons to the situations presented.