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Diet therapy in advanced practice nursing : nutrition perscriptions for improved patient outcomes / Katie Ferraro, Cheryl Winter.

Ferraro, Katie. (Author). Winter, Cheryl. (Added Author).
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Robertson Library RM217.F47 2014 37348007228786 STACKS Available -
Subject: Diet therapy.

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  • ISBN: 9780071771481
  • ISBN: 0071771484
  • Physical Description: 659 p. : ills. ; 21 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Education Medical, c2014.

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Diet by design : healthy meal planning -- Face-to-face : nutrition screening, assessment, and counseling techniques -- Finding your weigh : mastering weight management -- From infants to ancients : nutrition throughout the lifecycle -- Matters of the heart : nutrition and cardiovascular disease -- A not-so-sweet metabolic disruption : diabetes mellitus -- A pain in the gut : nutrition in gastrointestinal disorders -- Blood and bones : nutrition in musculoskeletal disorders, rheumatic disease, and anemias -- Nutrition in hepatobiliary, pancreatic, and kidney disease -- Skin, surgery, and stress : nutrition in metabolic stress, cancer, and HIV/AIDS -- When food won't do : nutrition support -- Nutrition as a complementary and alternative medicine.
Summary: "The first book to cover diet nutrition therapy as it pertains to advanced practice nursing, Diet Therapy in Advanced Practice Nursing: Nutrition Prescriptions for Improved Patient Outcomes is a concise compilation of best nutrition practices for specific disease states. The authors are Registered Dietician Educators recognized as national experts on the particular diseases and illnesses covered. Features - Organized by disease states, Focuses on nutrition-related prevention and therapeutic strategies for disease states, Valuable to both students and licensed practitioners"--Provided by publisher.
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