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Pediatric nutrition : policy of the American Academy of Pediatrics / Ronald E. Kleinman, editor ; Frank R. Greer, associate editor.

American Academy of Pediatrics, (author,, issuing body.). Kleinman, Ronald E., (editor.). Greer, Frank R., (editor.).
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Subject: Children > Nutrition > Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Children > Nutrition > Psychological aspects.
Diet therapy for children > Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Infant Nutritional Physiological Phenomena.
Child Nutritional Physiological Phenomena.
Nutrition Disorders.
Nutritional Requirements.
Nutritional Status.
Genre: Electronic books.

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  • ISBN: 9781581108194
  • ISBN: 1581108192
  • ISBN: 9781581108606
  • ISBN: 1581108605
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (xxvi, 1477 pages) : illustrations
  • Edition: Seventh edition.
  • Publisher: Elk Grove Village, Illinois : American Academy of Pediatrics, [2014]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Nutrient-gene interactions -- Feeding the infant -- Development of gastrointestinal function -- Breastfeeding -- Formula feeding of term infants -- Nutritional needs of the preterm infant -- Complementary feeding -- Feding the child and adolescent -- Feeding the child -- Adolescent nutrition -- Nutrition in school, preschool, and child care -- Cultural considerations in feeding children -- Nutritional aspects of vegetarian diets -- Sports nutrition -- Nutrition during pregnancy -- Fast foods, organic foods, fad diets, and herbs, herbals, and botanicals -- Micornutrients and macronutrients -- Energy -- Protein -- Carbohydrate and dietary fiber -- Fats and fatty acids -- Calcium, phosphorous, and magnesium -- Iron -- Trace elements -- Vitamins -- Fat-soluble vitamins -- Water-soluble vitamins -- Federal regulation of food and infant formulas, including addition of new ingredients: fodo additive and substances generally recognized as safe (GRAS) -- Nutrient delivery systems -- Parenteral nutrition -- Enteral nutrition -- Nutrition in acute and chronic illness -- Assessment of nutritional status -- Pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders -- Failure to thrive -- Chronic diarrheal disease -- Oral therapy for acute diarrhea -- Inborn errors of metabolism -- Nutrition therapy for children and adolescents with type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus -- Hypoglycemia in infants and children -- Hyperlipidemia -- Pediatric obesity -- Food allergy -- Nutrition and immunity -- Nutritional support for children with developmental disabilities -- Nutrition of children who are critically ill -- Nutritional support of pediatric patients with eating disorders -- HIV infection -- Nutrition for children with sickle cell disease and thalassemia -- Nutritional management of children with kidney disease -- Nutritional management of children with cancer -- The nutritional aspects of inflammatory bowel disease in pediatric patients -- Liver disease -- Cardiac disease -- Nutrition in children with short bowel syndrome -- Nutrition in cystic fibrosis -- The ketogenic diet -- Nutrition and oral health -- Nutrition and public health -- Community nutrition services -- Food labeling -- Food safety: infectious disease -- Food safety: pesticides, industrial chemicals, toxins, antimicrobial preservatives, irradiation, and food contact substances -- Growth chart -- Recommend nutrient levels of infant formula -- Increasing the caloric density of infant formula -- Formula for preterm and low birth weight infants -- Human milk fortifiers -- DRI recommended intakes -- DRI tolerable upper intakes -- MyPlate -- MyPyramid -- Simplified MyPyramid -- Advanced My Pyramid -- Drugs for which absorption is increased by food -- Drugs for which absorption may be delayed by food -- Drugs that should be administered on an empty stomach -- Drugs that should be administered with food -- Miscellaneous food-nutrient effects -- Drug-grapefruit juice interactions -- Calories and electrolytes in beverages -- Selected food sources ranked by amount of dietary fiber and calories per standard portion -- Available over-the-counter fiber preparations -- Good sources of calcium -- Calcium contents of foods -- Iron content of selected foods -- Zinc content of selected foods -- Parenteral nutrition solutions -- Selected enteral products for special indications -- Enteral producs grouped by usage indication -- Sources of medical food modules and modified low-protein foods for treatment of inborn errors of metabolism -- Sports/nutrition bars -- Sodium content of foods -- Saturated and polyunsaturated fat and cholesterol content of common foods -- Representative values for constitutents of human milk.
Summary: "The new 7th edition provides the latest information about nutrient metabolism and nutrition to support the normal development and health of infants and children who are well, those born with congenital anomalies or disorders of metabolism, and those with acute and chronic illnesses."-- Publisher.
Source of Description Note: Print version record.

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