296 pages | 19 B/W Illus.
Nutritional status is recognized as a major determinant in health and disease. Effective treatment of chronic conditions such as obesity or of diseases of the skin requires the integration of clinical and nutritional management. Nutritional and Clinical Management of Chronic Conditions and Diseases, like its predecessor, Nutritional Aspects and Clinical Management of Chronic Disorders and Diseases, is a comprehensive reference that helps clinicians successfully integrate nutritional management with clinical care.
The book begins by discussing childhood obesity, adult obesity, and bariatric surgery. It then addresses nutritional concerns for the elderly, food allergies, and the nutritional and clinical management of pregnancy and lactation. A chapter also guides the clinician in facilitating and reinforcing patient behavior as well as behavioral changes with regard to food intake and diet.
The second part of the book explains the nutritional management of specific disease conditions. Descriptions of genetic diseases and the management of errors of metabolism are followed by chapters on the immune system, chronic oral diseases, dermatology, upper gastrointestinal cancer, and of the cachexia of chronic illness. These chapters are characterized by detailed analyses of mechanisms.
Written by experts that treat patients in a clinical setting, Nutritional and Clinical Management of Chronic Conditions and Diseases translates research results into practical approaches that allow the clinician to correlate nutrition with health.
"…a very useful supplementary text in a graduate or medical school course on clinical nutrition."
-Food and Nutrition Bulletin, Vol. 27, No. 2
"It contains several excellent chapters and, in general, provides much practical information for general clinicians. …the book provides a good overview of the application of nutrition by clinicians for treating chronic diseases and has the advantage of being short, focused, and easy to read."
-Khursheed N. Jeejeebhoy, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2006
". . . an excellent book. It contains a number of texts that are not often found elsewhere, like the clearly written overviews about nutrition and allergy and nutrition and dermatology."
–E. Muls, in Tijdschrift voor Geneeskunde, June 2007, Vol. 63, No. 11
CHILDHOOD OBESITY, Rebecka Peebles and Lawrence D. Hammer
MEDICAL WEIGHT CONTROL IN THE ADULT PATIENT,
Jeanette Newton Keith and Lori Rowell
ADULT OBESITY, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BARIATRIC SURGERY, Nitya Srinivasan Sharma, Annamaria Calleo-Cross, and Louis J. Aronne
NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT OF THE ELDERLY, Lorraine S. Young and Caroline M. Apovian
FOOD ALLERGY, Abba I. Terr
NUTRITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PREGNANCY AND LACTATION, Michelle G. Brenner and Jatinder Bhatia
FACILITATING PATIENT BEHAVIOR CHANGE IN CLINICAL NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT, Richard K. Fleming, Carol Curtin, and Linda Bandini
SPECIFIC DISEASE CONDITONS:
GENETIC DISEASES AND ERRORS OF METABOLISM, Kimberlee Michals Matalon and Reuben Matalon
MALNUTRITION AND THE IMMUNE SYSTEM, R. K. Chandra
NUTRITIONAL AND DIETARY CONSIDERATIONS IN MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC ORAL DISEASES, Jason M. Tanzer and Jill Livingston
DERMATOLOGY AND NUTRITION, Meagen M. McCusker, Constance J. Marcy, Marti J. Rothe, and Jane M. Grant-Kels
NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT IN THE PATIENT AND WITH AN UPPER GASTROINTESTINAL CANCER, Marcus Ferrone and James S. Scolapio
NUTRITIONAL MANAGEMENT OF CACHEXIA OF CHRONIC ILLNESS, David Frankenfield and J. Stanley Smith