A Clinical Guide to Nutrition Care in Kidney Disease

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ISBN: 9780880913447
Release Date: 2004-01-01
Number of pages: 263
Author: Laura Byham-Gray
Publisher: American Dietetic Associati

Download and read online A Clinical Guide to Nutrition Care in Kidney Disease in PDF and EPUB A complement to Guidelines for Nutrition Care of Renal Patients, 3e and Renal Care: Resources and Practical Applications Features practical and authoritative guidelines for all stages and treatments of renal disease Addresses the National Kidney Foundation's Disease Outcome Quality Initiative (NKF KDOQI) Guidelines Provides practical nutrition intervention sections Examines useful case studies Offers helpful hints to treat common patient problems Includes the latest information on Medical Nutrition Therapy Represents a consensus formed by clinical practitioners on the basis of current scientific literature and experience A Clinical Guide to Nutrition Care in Kidney Disease can also be used as a study tool for the CSR exam

Nutrition in Kidney Disease

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ISBN: 9781627036856
Release Date: 2014-01-23
Number of pages: 478
Author: Laura D. Byham-Gray
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

Download and read online Nutrition in Kidney Disease in PDF and EPUB Nutrition in Kidney Disease, Second Edition addresses the relationships between nutrition and (1) normal kidney function and disease, (2) the progressiveness of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and strategies to prevent further compromise, and (3) the treatment and management of kidney failure especially during medical crises, such as acute kidney injury and its consequent nutritional therapies (e.g., enteral and parenteral nutrition). Demographic patterns, trends and outcomes in the current health care systems are explored in the United States and abroad. Disease prevention and management are presented over the entire lifespan, beginning with pregnancy, followed by infancy, childhood, adolescence, and adulthood, concluding with the elder years. Foundations for clinical practice are established by devoting a complete section towards conducting a comprehensive nutritional assessment, comprising of anthropometric, biochemical, clinical, physical parameters and psychosocial concerns unique to the kidney disease population. Nutritional therapy is also discussed across the spectrum of kidney disease, and pertinent aspects critical to successful management of disorders and conditions, such as bone disease, obesity, and nephrotic syndrome are explored. Nutrition in Kidney Disease, Second edition highlights cutting edge research in regards to exercise and functional outcomes, malnutrition and the inflammatory response, experimental therapies, and the use of complementary and alternative medicine, with a special emphasis on relevant preventative strategies.

Nutrition Therapy for Chronic Kidney Disease

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ISBN: 9781439849507
Release Date: 2016-04-19
Number of pages: 308
Author: Lynn K. Thomas
Publisher: CRC Press

Download and read online Nutrition Therapy for Chronic Kidney Disease in PDF and EPUB Kidney disease is a global health concern that affects people of all ages and races. Based on the work of the National Kidney Foundation and the Kidney Disease: Improving Global Outcomes foundation, guidelines have been developed outlining the parameters for patient care. Nutritional Therapy for Chronic Kidney Disease builds upon the discoveries made by these institutions and expands upon their recommendations to provide a comprehensive guidebook with practice protocols for individuals with kidney disease. With chapters written by expert authors drawing on their own experiences, the book: Outlines the history of kidney disease and its treatment Details the distinctions in nutrition therapy throughout the five stages of chronic kidney disease Features precise recommendations for management of the complicated renal diet in acute kidney disease Examines dietary concerns for pregnant women, children, persons with diabetes, and post-transplant patients Discusses the common metabolic pathologies associated with kidney disease, including electrolyte and acid-based disorders, bone and mineral disorders, and chronic anemia Includes chapters on obesity and physical activity, quality of life improvement in chronic kidney disease, and dietary counseling strategies Reflecting the medical community’s emphasis on patient-centered care, this volume provides a complete primer on the importance of diet in maintaining kidney health and provides practical guidance to caregivers charged with devising nutritional strategies for kidney patients.

ADA Pocket Guide to Parenteral Nutrition

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ISBN: 9780880913690
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 159
Author: Pamela Charney
Publisher: American Dietetic Associati

Download and read online ADA Pocket Guide to Parenteral Nutrition in PDF and EPUB Research-based content provides health care professionals with a quick reference for the management of patients on enteral feedings. Information is easy to locate and includes formulas, equations and explanation of procedures. This is a valuable resource for the nutrition support team in hospitals and long-term care facilities.

Kidney Disease

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ISBN: 9781421401249
Release Date: 2011-05-06
Number of pages: 208
Author: Walter A. Hunt
Publisher: JHU Press

Download and read online Kidney Disease in PDF and EPUB By understanding kidney failure—what causes it, how it may affect their lives, and what treatment options they have—people with the disease can improve their quality of life and achieve the best possible outcome.

ADA Pocket Guide to Pediatric Weight Management

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ISBN: 9780880914352
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 165
Author: Mary Catherine Mullen
Publisher: American Dietetic Associati

Download and read online ADA Pocket Guide to Pediatric Weight Management in PDF and EPUB This on-the-go reference blends the most current recommendations as well as evidence-based guidelines for working with children and adolescents with overweight and obesity. * Most recent recommendations from pediatric experts regarding screenings, assessment and treatment for overweight youths * Update on most current overweight prevention strategies and resources available * Handy appendixes with charts, tables and forms make for quick, easy reference

Coping with Kidney Disease

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ISBN: 1118039777
Release Date: 2010-12-22
Number of pages: 240
Author: Mackenzie Walser
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Download and read online Coping with Kidney Disease in PDF and EPUB A revolutionary program that can indefinitely postpone the need for dialysis If you've been diagnosed with kidney failure, this book could save your life. If you suffer from diabetes, hypertension, obesity, or any of a host of conditions that put you at risk for kidney disease, you owe it to yourself to read what is in this book. If you are among the 60,000 North Americans who go on dialysis each year, the information in this book could substantially improve your quality of life. In Coping with Kidney Disease, a leading expert tells you, in plain English, what you need to know to: * Understand kidney failure * Recognize early warning signs of kidney failure * Get a proper diagnosis * Talk with your doctors about it * Confidently evaluate treatment options * Take charge of your treatment * Delay dialysis or even avoid the need for it altogether The centerpiece of Coping with Kidney Disease is Dr. Walser's revolutionary 12-step program for avoiding dialysis. Based on treatments he has pioneered with his own patients at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the program calls for a supplemented low-protein diet supported by treatments to control blood pressure and correct high cholesterol. So effective has this breakthrough strategy proven to be that in many patients it actually worked to slow or arrest the progression of kidney failure to the end stage. Knowledge is power. Coping with Kidney Disease empowers you with what you need to take charge of kidney disease.

ADA Pocket Guide to Neonatal Nutrition

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ISBN: 9780880914239
Release Date: 2009-01-01
Number of pages: 208
Author: Sharon Groh-Wargo
Publisher: American Dietetic Associati

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Understanding Chronic Kidney Disease

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ISBN: 9781907830747
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 157
Author: Dr Robert Lewis
Publisher: M&K Update Ltd

Download and read online Understanding Chronic Kidney Disease in PDF and EPUB Since 2006, the management of chronic kidney disease (CKD) has become part of routine primary care practice. This book offers primary care practitioners a clinically based, practical understanding of how to diagnose and manage kidney disease (and what this means for the patient). It also fills the gap between the recent plethora of guidelines, protocols and recommendations on CKD and the questions patients ask in everyday clinical practice. Armed with this deeper understanding, healthcare professionals without specialist training in nephrology will be sufficiently informed to be able to manage renal disease with greater safety, effectiveness and efficiency. The author, Robert Lewis, has been a Consultant Renal Physician at the Wessex Regional Renal and Transplant Service, Portsmouth, UK, for 15 years. He has held executive roles in the major national renal organisations and has extensive practical experience of educating primary care practitioners on CKD. He was a founder member of the CKD Forum, which aims to improve the interface between primary and secondary care in the management of CKD

Clinical Case Studies for the Nutrition Care Process

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ISBN: 9781449675868
Release Date: 2011-11-08
Number of pages: 218
Author: Assistant Professor Nutrition La Salle University School of Nursing and Health Sciences Elizabeth Zorzanello Emery
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

Download and read online Clinical Case Studies for the Nutrition Care Process in PDF and EPUB Designed for graduate nutrition students, dietetic interns, and practicing dietitians, Clinical Case Studies for the Nutrition Care Process presents realistic scenarios for a variety of cases organized in the format of the Nutrition Care Process. Cases are drawn from the author s experience and collected from practitioners who are experts in their field, providing a variety of interesting scenarios. Topics such as adolescent obesity and dietary management in diabetes are explored. As a part of the American Dietetic Association s Nutrition Care Process (NCP), dietitians, educators, and students have been asked to adopt a new standardized language for nutrition diagnosis. While this process utilizes many aspects of the traditional care model, dietitians may be unsure of how to implement the completely new aspect of standardized language and Nutrition Diagnosis. Not only does this book include an introductory section on the Nutrition Care Process, but readers will learn how to use the standardized terms, develop a nutrition diagnosis, and apply the standardized language to specific clinical cases."

Guidelines for Nutrition Care of Renal Patients

Filename: guidelines-for-nutrition-care-of-renal-patients.pdf
ISBN: 9780880911894
Release Date: 2002
Number of pages: 137
Author: Kerri Lynn Wiggins
Publisher: American Dietetic Associati

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The Health Professional s Guide to Gastrointestinal Nutrition

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ISBN: 0880914505
Release Date: 2015
Number of pages: 356
Author: Laura E. Matarese

Download and read online The Health Professional s Guide to Gastrointestinal Nutrition in PDF and EPUB "This comprehensive reference work is written by prominent registered dietitian nutritionists and physicians specializing in gastrointestinal nutrition. Topics include: tests and procedures, nutrition assessment, GI tract disorders (inflammatory bowel disease, celiac disease, short bowel syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome, and more), liver and pancreatic disorders, treatments and therapeutic interventions, including oncology, surgery, enteral and parenteral nutrition, probiotics, and nutraceuticals, legal and ethical issues. Each chapter emphasizes the essential information that RDNs need to know, such as the etiologies of specific GI disorders, associated nutrition-related problems, the risks and benefits of medical and nutrition interventions, and emerging areas of research. Numerous illustrations, algorithms, and tables are provided to facilitate the reader's understanding of the complexities of GI nutrition."--Back cover.

Krause s Food the Nutrition Care Process

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ISBN: 9780323340762
Release Date: 2016-05-17
Number of pages: 1152
Author: L. Kathleen Mahan
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

Download and read online Krause s Food the Nutrition Care Process in PDF and EPUB A trusted classic for over 50 years, Krause’s Food and the Nutrition Care Process, 14th Edition presents the most cutting-edge and up-to-date dietetics content available in this ever-changing field. Nicknamed the "nutrition bible", students and practitioners alike turn to its current, comprehensive content, engaging pedagogy and design, and logical presentation of information. This new edition includes the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, more visuals, and highlighted Clinical Case Studies, Clinical Insights, and Clinical Applications boxes that help translate scientific knowledge into practical patient care. Written by nearly 50 nationally recognized writers, researchers, and practitioners, it covers nutrition assessment and intervention, the nutritional needs of individuals in different stages of the life cycle, nutrition for health and fitness, and medical nutrition therapy. Authored by clinical specialists, ensuring in-depth coverage with many practical and evidence-based recommendations. Sample Nutrition Diagnosis boxes present a problem, its etiology, and its signs and symptoms before concluding with a sample nutrition diagnosis, providing both students and practitioners with real-life scenarios they may encounter in practice. UNIQUE! Pathophysiology algorithms present the cause, pathophysiology, and medical nutrition management for a variety of disorders and conditions to help you provide optimal nutritional care. Chapters on nutrition in each of the life cycle phases, include: Nutrition in Pregnancy and Lactation Nutrition in Infancy Nutrition in Childhood Nutrition in Adolescence Nutrition in the Adult Years Nutrition in Aging Focus On boxes provide thought-provoking information on key concepts for well-rounded study and further discussion within the classroom. New Directions boxes point you toward additional research on emerging areas in nutrition therapy. Clinical Insight boxes expand on clinical information, highlight areas that may go unnoticed, and contain clinical resources for students and practitioners. Chapters on the nutritional care of the low-birth-weight and premature infant feature information on how to support their health, growth, and development. Useful websites direct you to online resources that relate to chapter topics. Key terms are defined at the beginning of each chapter and bolded within the text where they are discussed in more detail.

Renal Diet Cookbook

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ISBN: 1623156610
Release Date: 2015-10-30
Number of pages: 258
Author: Susan Zogheib, Mhs Rd Ldn
Publisher: Rockridge Press

Download and read online Renal Diet Cookbook in PDF and EPUB More Than a Kidney Cookbook: Your 28-Day Action Plan to Kick-Start a Kidney-Healthy Diet "Susan has done a masterful job in educating patients about their disease, explaining why watching your diet is important, and offering meal plans and recipes that encourage compliance and fun. - John Wigneswaran, MD, VP Clinical Affairs DaVita Healthcare Partners While a kidney disease diagnosis can be overwhelming, you're not alone. Nearly 26 million adults are affected by chronic kidney disease. But there is hope. Your diet. In the Renal Diet Cookbook, renal dietician Susan Zogheib, MHS, RD, LDN provides a 28-day plan to establish long-term dietary changes to slow the progression of kidney disease. She knows it can be confusing to figure out which foods to eat and which to avoid. In her comprehensive renal diet cookbook, she details weekly meal plans featuring recipes that keep your potassium, sodium, and phosphorous levels in check. This kidney cookbook removes the mystery and stress of figuring out what foods to eat, with: Targeted weekly meal plans to preserve your kidney health. Recipe modifications for dialysis patients. Helpful FAQs about managing chronic kidney disease. Arm yourself with all the knowledge you need with the Renal Diet Cookbook.