Nutrition in Pediatrics: Basic Science, Clinical Applications

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PMPH-USA, 2008 - 923 pagina's
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The field of pediatric nutrition has developed into an area essential to components of academic pediatric program throughout the world. Among the pediatric texts available, none deals with the physiologic or pathophysiologic basis of nutrition in pediatric health and disease in children of all ages. Nutrition in Pediatrics, 4e, fills this void, extending physiologic and pathophysiologic considerations to their coverage of nutritional needs with respect to disease and covers diagnosis of nutritional imbalance and management as well.

The 4th edition includes an entirely new section on pediatric obesity: epidemiology, pathophysiology, assessment and treatment. It includes new chapters on celiac disease, food allergies and iron.

This edition includes updated growth curves, including the newly released WHO growth curves for exclusively breastfed infants. Expanded and updated chapters on international nutrition, including protein energy malnutrition and community nutrition.

This edition of this textbook continues to be dedicated to establishing a comprehensive and accessible approach to pediatric nutrition. Sections include basic concepts in the development of nutritional requirements of infants and children and a pathophysiology section examining cardinal manifestations and development. These sections will augment a comprehensive approach to perinatal nutrition, nutrition of specific disease states and nutritional management.

 

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1 GENERAL CONCEPTS
1
Clinical Assessment of Nutritional Status
5
Laboratory Assessment of Nutritional Status
15
Body Composition and Growth
27
Macronutrient Requirements for Growth Carbohydrates
41
Macronutrient Requirement for Growth ProteinAmino Acid
49
Macronutrient Requirements for Growth Fats and Fatty Acids
59
Trace Elements
67
Complications of Obesity Metabolic Syndrome
455
Popular Diets for Obesity
467
V NUTRITIONAL ASPECTS OF SPECIFIC DISEASE STATES
471
Failure to Thrive Malnutrition in the Pediatric Outpatient Setting
479
Nutritional Assessment of the Hospitalized Patient
491
Developmental Disabilities
497
Inborn Errors of Fasting Adaptation
505
462 Inborn Errors of Metabolism and the Liver
513

Iron
83
Vitamins
99
Dietary Reference Intakes
115
International Nutrition
121
ProteinEnergy Malnutrition Pathophysiology Clinical Consequences and Treatment
127
Childhood Malnutrition Prevention and Control at the National Level
143
Community Nutrition and Its Impact on Children Industrialized Countries
153
Nutritional Epidemiology
167
Food Safety
179
Drug Therapy and Role of Nutrition
191
II PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
209
Nutrition and the Humoral Regulation of Growth
223
Gastrointestinal Development Implications for Infant Feeding
241
Immunophysiology and Nutrition of the Gut
251
Malnutrition and Host Defense
261
Neuropsychological Development
273
Nutrition and the Behavior of Children
283
III PERINATAL NUTRITION
295
Human Growth and Disease in Later Life
305
Development of the Fetus Carbohydrate and Lipid Metabolism
311
Amino Acid Nutrition In Utero Placental Function and Metabolism
327
Human Milk Nutritional Properties
341
Protective Properties of Human Milk
355
Approach to Breastfeeding
363
The LowBirthWeight Infant Inpatient Care
377
Nutritional Management of Preterm Infants Postdischarge
395
The Term Infant
403
Complementary Feeding
411
IV OBESITY AND ENERGY BALANCE
417
Energy and Substrate Regulation in Obesity
431
Evaluation and Management of Obesity
441
Persistent Renal Disease
523
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
537
Pediatric HIV Infection
549
Celiac Disease
561
Food Allergies
569
Exocrine Pancreatic Disease Including Cystic Fibrosis
577
Acute and Chronic Liver Disease
589
Cancer Prevention
599
Cancer Treatment
607
Diabetes Mellitus
617
Diarrheal Diseases
631
Intestinal Failure Short Bowel Syndrome and Intestinal Transplantation
641
The Critically Ill Child
663
Hyperlipidemia and Cardiovascular Disease Risk
675
Carbohydrate Absorption and Malabsorption
685
Nutritional Anemias
701
Function and Nature of the Components in the Oral Cavity
713
Adolescence Healthy and Disordered Eating
723
The Adolescent Athlete PerformanceEnhancing Drugs and Dietary Supplements
737
Adolescence Bone Disease
747
Standard and Specialized Enteral Formulas
757
Enteral Nutrition
765
Parenteral Nutrition
777
Dietary Supplements and Nutraceuticals
795
Special Diets
801
Nutritional Assessment
817
Nutritional Requirements
865
Enteral Products
875
INDEX
887
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Over de auteur (2008)

Christopher Duggan, MD, MPH Associate Professor of Pediatrics Children's Hospital, Boston Harvard Medical School, Associate Professor Dept of Nutrition Harvard School of Public Health Boston, Massachusetts.

John B. Watkins, MD Associate Professor of Pediatrics Harvard Medical School Division of Gastroenterology and Nutrition Children's Hospital, Boston Boston, Massachusetts.

W. Allan Walker, MD Conrad Taff Professor of Nutrition Professor of Pediatrics Harvard Medical School Chief Mucosal Immunology Laboratory Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition Unit Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, Massachusetts.

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