The focus of this revised book is to strengthen the diabetes nutritional management principles that empower dietitians to expand their roles, and to update research and techniques that describe state-of-the-art diabetes management. Pertinent information resulting from advanced glucose monitoring practices/techniques and new food ingredients such as artificial sweeteners and fat replacers are discussed. "The Handbook of Diabetes Medical Nutrition Therapy offers health care providers a complete guide to diabetes management. it is also refreshingly specific, making it a handy tool for dietitions, dietetic technicians, and diabetes educators." -- Journal of the American Dietetic Association (97:2, February 1997) "Overall the text is thorough, clear and well-written by credible RDs and MDs...The syllabus enables the reader to locate points of interest quickly rather than sifting through a large number of pages. I recommend the book to anyone providing care to patients with diabetes." -- Susan Nolan, Barrie Community Health Centre, Barrie, ON "Anyone studying For The certified diabetes educator examination would benefit from a close review of this book. I just took the exam and wish I had used Handbook of Diabetes Medical Nutrition Therapy as an adjunct To The core curriculum guide offered with the examination." -- Sari Edelstein, PhD, RD Health Maintenance Organization-Based Private Practice Miami, FL
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In most health professions, there is a clear progression from beginning practitioner to seasoned expert. While such a progression may exist in dietetics, it is not clearly articulated. This ground-breaking reference is designed for clinical dietitians with an interest in elevating their level of practice. Advanced Medical Nutrition Therapy Practice describes a model of advanced practice in medical nutrition therapy and illustrates how dietitians can become advanced-level practitioners through education and training.
Building a bridge from classroom to clinical practice, this casebook is composed of 32 realistic case studies appropriate for introductory and advanced level courses in nutrition and diet therapy. Each case study uses the medical record as its structure and you solve the case by using the information provided such as hospital admission data, laboratory test results, intake/output records, and the physician and other health care provider progress notes. The case is followed by a series of questions that focus on pathophysiology; assessment; clinical, nutritional, and behavioral outcomes; interventions; and appropriate follow-up for the patient. This real world approach prepares you for the professional setting. Objectives within each case are built around the nutrition care process and competencies for dietetic education. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
- Author : Aljaaly, Elham Abbas
- Publisher : IGI Global
- Release Date : 2020-11-06
- Genre : Medical
- Pages : 254
- ISBN : 9781799838036
Medical nutrition therapy plays a central role in the management of diseases including reducing disease risk, slowing disease progression, and monitoring nutritional status. Though a nutrition care process has been implemented in some countries, many do not have a national standard for nutrition and dietetic practices for different diseases including the scope of gastrointestinal disorders. Moreover, there is no guidance to dietetic practice by most of the governing bodies of the world. Cases on Medical Nutrition Therapy for Gastrointestinal Disorders presents real-world case studies on nutrition assessment, diagnosis, intervention, monitoring, and evaluation standards and practices. Moreover, the cases provide critical updates on the use of medical nutrition therapy for gastrointestinal disorders that include but are not limited to Celiac Disease, Crohn’s Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, constipation, and bowel obstructions and discusses strategies for the prevention and management of these disorders. Registered dietitians, dietetic interns, nutritionists, healthcare professionals, researchers, academicians, and students will benefit from the scenarios presented within this book.
- Author : Diana Noland
- Publisher : Springer Nature
- Release Date : 2020-03-27
- Genre : Medical
- Pages : 1101
- ISBN : 9783030307301
This textbook is a practical guide to the application of the philosophy and principles of Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy (IFMNT) in the practice of medicine, and the key role nutrition plays in restoring and maintaining wellness. The textbook provides an overview of recent reviews and studies of physiological and biochemical contributions to IFMNT and address nutritional influences in human heath overall, including poor nutrition, genomics, environmental toxicant exposures, fractured human interactions, limited physical movement, stress, sleep deprivation, and other lifestyle factors. Ultimately, this textbook serves to help practitioners, healthcare systems, and policy makers better understand this different and novel approach to complex chronic disorders. It provides the reader with real world examples of applications of the underlying principles and practices of integrative/functional nutrition therapies and presents the most up-to-date intervention strategies and clinical tools to help the reader keep abreast of developments in this emerging specialty field. Many chapters include comprehensive coverage of the topic and clinical applications with supplementary learning features such as case studies, take-home messages, patient and practitioner handouts, algorithms, and suggested readings. Integrative and Functional Medical Nutrition Therapy: Principles and Practices will serve as an invaluable guide for healthcare professionals in their clinical application of nutrition, lifestyle assessment, and intervention for each unique, individual patient.
- Author : Linda G. Snetselaar
- Publisher : Jones & Bartlett Learning
- Release Date : 1997
- Genre : Medical
- Pages : 409
- ISBN : 0834207559
Health Sciences & Nutrition
- Author : Tami Ross
- Publisher : American Dietetic Associati
- Release Date : 2005
- Genre : Health & Fitness
- Pages : 304
- ISBN : 9780880913331
Medical nutrition therapy plays an integral role in the management in diabetes. This comprehensive guide is an evidence-based review of MNT and the Nutrition Care Process and a practical reference of diabetes management tools and nutrition education. Covering practice guidelines, outcomes evaluation, nutrition assessments, goal-setting, behavior change and interventions, this guide is a must-have resource for health-care professionals serving the diabetes community.
Suitable for both beginning and advanced students of clinical nutrition, [this book] is a varied collection of thirty-eight case studies that provide practical experience in working with patients who have specific nutritional needs. Each case study in this ... text is presented as a medical record, and includes a patient intake form, detailed patient history, and appropriate laboratory reports. Questions guide you through the materials in a logical sequence - from diagnosis to complications and, in some cases, the terminal stages of the patient's disease. -Back cover.
Medical Nutrition Therapy introduces the fundamentals of nutrition assessment and therapy, and revisits this concepts throughout the changing context of various disease states. The text utilize a cased based approach which incorporates problem-based learning and engages the reader in various clinically based scenarios after discussing the core science of the subject matter. Each chapter opens with a case study and details and further information from the case are woven throughout the chapter in order to reinforce the relevance of various topics. Chapter cases go on to discuss how the nutrition care process can be applied to the case.
The Medical Nutrition Therapy Simulations feature 10 decision-tree modules in which students are asked to weigh different options in treatment of a patient with conditions like diabetes, congestive heart failure, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, helping them develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills. The accompanying text incorporate prompts for 10 peer-to-peer simulation experiences that reflect the topics presented as part of the decision-tree modules. The text also includes a chapter on the nutrition-focused physical examination, a relatively new area for dietitians.
This text is designed to supplement a main text in teaching the objectives and procedures of nutritional care.Since it has potential for use in a variety of settings—including dietetics, public health nutrition, nursing, medicine and the allied health professions—its contents are organized to provide for maximum flexibility in both presentation and course length.
Diabetes Medical Nutrition Therapy provides concrete, applicable infor mation and a framework to work in for the diabetes care team. The var ious aspects of diabetes management, diabetes education, client educat ion tools, and meal planning are discussed. Case studies provide prac tical examples for choosing and implementing the appropriate meal plan for each client and the appendixes include sample forms and the datab ase for the 1995 Exchange Lists for Meal Planning.
This diet manual contains sections pertaining to the various diets are designed to be used by the Certified Dietary Manager in the facility. Dietary modifications are simplified so that the dietary manager can concentrate on serving nutritious, safe, attractive, tasty meals in a pleasant environment. The section entitled "Nutrition Support" is included to assist the facility's nutritional multi-disciplinary team in identifying patients at nutritional risk and in developing a comprehensive care plan for those residents. The diet analyses were done using the USDA Database. A single representative menu is presented and may not represent usual intakes. Several diets, including clear liquid, full liquid, and high energy/high protein are intended for short use only. It is important in menu planning to provide a variety of foods to help individuals meet current dietary recommendations.
PrescriptFit Medical Nutrition Therapy strategies, developed by Stanford A. Owen, M.D., assist with disease treatment and obesity management.
- Author : American Dietetic Association
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 1997
- Genre : Diet therapy
- Pages : 231
- ISBN : OCLC:1069425572
Answers a variety of questions related to food, diet, and nutrition, offering advice on how diet can be altered to improve metabolism, what diet changes can be helpful in treating different ailments, how different aspects of a person's diet affects specific body systems, and other related topics.
- Author : Julie Zikmund
- Publisher : Unknown
- Release Date : 2021-01-04
- Genre : Uncategorized
- Pages : 500
- ISBN : 057878016X