NUTRITION & DIET THERAPY: EVIDENCE-BASED APPLICATIONS This title has been archived.

Author: Carroll Lutz, MA, RN, Karen Przytulski, MS, RD
Affiliation: Jackson Community College,Jackson MI
Publisher: F.A. Davis Company
Publication Date: 2006
ISBN 10: 0803613369
ISBN 13: 9780803613362
Edition: 4th

Description:

The fourth edition of this popular nutrition text continues to be the best on the market for introducing the beginning student to the fundamentals of nutrition. Developed jointly by a nurse and a dietitian, Nutrition and Diet Therapy, 4th Edition, effectively combines nursing care with solid nutritional information. Clearly written and visually appealing, this 4th edition is filled with updated content on a variety of contemporary issues that add to the title's continued emphasis on clinical application.

Table of Contents

Front Matter

  • ABOUT
  • DEDICATION
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments

UNIT I The Role of Nutrients in the Human Body

    Evolution and the Science of Nutrition

    • Learning Objectives
    • Evolution of the Human Body and Emergence of Health Issues
    • Current Attitudes Towards Health and Health Care
    • Nutrients
    • Diet as Therapy
    • SUMMARY
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Individualizing Client Care

    • Learning Objectives
    • Terminology
    • The Nursing Process—Assessment
    • The Nursing Process—Analysis
    • The Nursing Process—Planning
    • The Nursing Process—Implementation
    • The Nursing Process—Evaluation
    • Impact of Culture on Nutrition
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Carbohydrates

    • Learning Objectives
    • Composition of Carbohydrates
    • Classification of Carbohydrates
    • Functions of Carbohydrates
    • Health Benefits of Carbohydrates
    • Food Sources
    • Exchange List Values
    • Estimating the Fiber Content of Foods
    • Dietary Recommendations
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Fats

    • Learning Objectives
    • Composition of Fats
    • Physical Properties and Food Sources
    • Classification
    • Functions of Fats
    • Cholesterol
    • Fats in the American Diet
    • Fat Intake a World- Wide Concern
    • Dietary Recommendations Concerning Fat
    • Dietary Fat Intake and Health
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Protein

    • Learning Objectives
    • Composition of Proteins
    • Functions in the Body
    • Classification of Food Protein
    • Recommended Dietary Allowances
    • Choosing Protein Foods Wisely
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Energy Balance

    • Learning Objectives
    • Homeostasis
    • Measurement of Energy
    • Energy Nutrient Values
    • Components of Energy Expenditure
    • Energy Intake
    • Dietary Recommendations
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Vitamins

    • Learning Objectives
    • The Nature of Vitamins
    • Fat-Soluble Vitamins
    • Water-Soluble Vitamins
    • Choline
    • Vitamins as Medicine
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Minerals

    • Learning Objectives
    • Minerals in Human Nutrition
    • Major Minerals
    • Trace Minerals
    • Supplementation
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Water and Body Fluids

    • Learning Objectives
    • Interactions Between Atoms
    • Distribution of Water in the Body
    • Functions of Water
    • Absorption, Metabolism, and Storage of Water
    • Water Balance
    • Acid-Base Balance
    • Dietary Reference Intakes
    • Sources of Water
    • Losses of Water
    • Water Imbalances
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Digestion, Absorption, Metabolism, and Excretion

    • Learning Objectives
    • Overview of the Major Processes
    • Digestion
    • Absorption
    • Metabolism
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

UNIT II Family and Community Nutrition

    Life Cycle Nutrition: Pregnancy and Lactation

    • Learning Objectives
    • Nutrition During Pregnancy
    • The Breast-Feeding Mother
    • Nursing Makes a Difference
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTION
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Life Cycle Nutrition: Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence

    • Learning Objectives
    • Psychosocial Development
    • Nutrition in Infancy
    • Nutrition in Childhood
    • Nutrition in Adolescence
    • Overweight Children and Adolescents
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Life Cycle Nutrition: The Mature Adult

    • Learning Objectives
    • Young Adulthood
    • Middle Adulthood
    • Older Adulthood
    • Nutrition Education for Adults
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Food Management

    • Learning Objectives
    • Microbiologic Hazards
    • Avoiding Nutrition Hazards
    • Environmental Pollutants
    • Natural Food Intoxicants
    • Food Additives
    • Food-Handling Guidelines
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Nutrient Delivery

    • Learning Objectives
    • Food Service in Institutions
    • Nutritional Care Services
    • Importance of Nutritional Care
    • Methods of Nutrient Delivery
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Complementary Medicine: Nutritional Aspects

    • Learning Objectives
    • Botanical Remedies
    • Ergogenic Aids
    • Other Possibly Beneficial Products
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

UNIT III Clinical Nutrition

    Food, Nutrient, and Drug Interactions

    • Learning Objectives
    • The Effects of Drugs on Nutritional Status
    • The Effects of Drugs on Foods and Nutrients
    • The Effects of Foods and Nutrients on Drugs
    • The Body’s Homeostatic Mechanisms Affect Drug Levels
    • Responsibilities of Health-Care Professionals
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Weight Control

    • Learning Objectives
    • Terminology and Classification
    • Prevalence and Incidence of Overweight and Obesity
    • Basic Science of Energy Imbalance
    • Consequences of Obesity
    • Theories About Obesity
    • Screening
    • Federal Guidelines on the Identification of Overweight and Obesity in Adults
    • Federal Guidelines on the Evaluation and Treatment of Overweight and Obesity
    • The Client With Reduced Body Mass
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Diet in Diabetes Mellitus and Hypoglycemia

    • Learning Objectives
    • Definition and Classification
    • Normal Nutrient Metabolism
    • Causes of Diabetes
    • Signs and Symptoms of Diabetes
    • Complications
    • Treatment
    • Special Considerations
    • Teaching Self-Care
    • Hypoglycemia
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Diet in Cardiovascular Disease Learning Objectives

    • Learning Objectives
    • Occurrence of Cardiovascular Disease
    • Underlying Pathology
    • Risk Factors in Cardiovascular Disease
    • Dietary Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Disease
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Diet in Renal Disease

    • Learning Objectives
    • Anatomy and Physiology of the Kidneys
    • Kidney Disease
    • Treatment of Renal Disease
    • Nutritional Care of the Renal Client
    • Renal Disease in Children
    • Kidney Stones
    • Urinary Tract Infections
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Diet in Gastrointestinal Disease

    • Learning Objectives
    • Dietary Considerations With Surgical Clients
    • Disorders of the Mouth and Throat
    • Disorders of the Esophagus
    • Disorders of the Stomach
    • Disorders of the Intestines
    • Diseases of the Liver
    • Gallbladder Disease
    • Diseases of the Pancreas
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Diet and Cancer

    • Learning Objectives
    • Definitions and Statistics
    • Dietary Components Associated With Cancer
    • Nutrition for Cancer Clients
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Nutrition During Stress

    • Learning Objectives
    • Nutrition and Mental Stress
    • The Stress of Starvation
    • The Stress Response
    • Nutrition and Metabolic Stress From Illness, Trauma, and Infection
    • Nutrition and Respiration
    • Refeeding Syndrome
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Diet in HIV and AIDS

    • Learning Objectives
    • Human Immunodeficiency Virus
    • Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
    • The Epidemic
    • AIDS: You Can Protect Yourself
    • Test Screening
    • Complications of HIV Infection
    • Treatment
    • Prevention and Counseling
    • Nutrition and HIV Infection
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

    Nutritional Care of the Terminally Ill

    • Learning Objectives
    • Dealing With Death
    • The Dying Process
    • Palliative Versus Curative Care
    • Nutrition Screening
    • Assessment
    • Ethical and Legal Considerations
    • General Considerations
    • SUMMARY
    • CRITICAL THINKING QUESTIONS
    • CHAPTER REVIEW
    • CLINICAL ANALYSIS
    • REFERENCES

APPENDIX A Exchange Lists of the American Dietetic and American Diabetes Associations

APPENDIX B Caffeine and Nutritive Values of Foods (Abridged)

APPENDIX C Nutritional Assessment Tools

APPENDIX D Growth Charts for Boys and Girls Birth to 20 Years

APPENDIX E To Convert Skinfold Measurements Into Percent of Body Fat

APPENDIX F Dietary Reference Intakes for Individuals: Vitamins and Minerals, RDAs, and AIs

APPENDIX G Dietary Reference Intakes: Tolerable Upper Intake Levels for Vitamins and Minerals

APPENDIX H Dietary Reference Intakes: Recommended Intakes for Individuals, Macronutrients

APPENDIX I Dietary Reference Intakes for Water, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, and Sulfate

APPENDIX J Reference Intake Values for Energy for Active Individuals

APPENDIX K Medical Nutritional Formulas

APPENDIX L Client Teaching Aids

APPENDIX M Answers to Questions

APPENDIX N Glossary