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Dietetic and Nutrition Case Studies

Dietetic and Nutrition Case Studies

Judy Lawrence, Pauline Douglas, Joan Gandy

ISBN: 978-1-118-89824-6

Feb 2016, Wiley-Blackwell

392 pages

$42.99

Description

The ideal companion resource to ‘Manual of Dietetic Practice’, this book takes a problem-based learning approach to dietetics and nutrition with cases written and peer reviewed by registered dietitians, drawing on their own experiences and specialist knowledge

  • Each case study follows the Process for Nutrition and Dietetic Practice published by the British Dietetic Association in 2012
  • Includes case studies in public health, an increasingly important area of practice

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List of contributors, ix

Preface, xvii

Online resources, xix

PART I 1 Model and process for nutrition and dietetic practice 3

2 Nutrition care process terminology (NCPT) 8

3 Record keeping 12

4 Assessment 16

PART II Case studies

1 Veganism 25

2 Older person – ethical dilemma 28

3 Older person 31

4 Learning disabilities: Prader–Willi syndrome 34

5 Freelance practice 39

6 Public health – weight management 41

7 Public health – learning disabilities 48

8 Public health – calorie labelling on menus 52

9 Genetics and hyperlipidaemia 55

10 Intestinal failure 59

11 Irritable bowel syndrome 62

12 Liver disease 66

13 Renal disease 69

14 Renal – black and ethnic minority 72

15 Motor neurone disease/amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 75

16 Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalopathy 78

17 Refsum’s disease 81

18 Adult phenylketonuria 83

19 Osteoporosis 86

20 Eating disorder associated with obesity 90

21 Forensic mental health 92

22 Food allergy 97

23 HIV/AIDS 102

24 Type 1 diabetes mellitus 106

25 Type 2 diabetes mellitus – Kosher diet 111

26 Type 2 diabetes mellitus – private patient 114

27 Gestational diabetes mellitus 117

28 Polycystic ovary syndrome 121

29 Obesity – specialist management 125

30 Obesity – Prader–Willi syndrome 131

31 Bariatric surgery 136

32 Stroke and dysphagia 140

33 Hypertension 143

34 Coronary heart disease 146

35 Haematological cancer 150

36 Head and neck cancer 153

37 Critical care 157

38 Traumatic brain injury 160

39 Spinal cord injury 164

40 Burns 167

41 Telehealth and cystic fibrosis 170

Case studies’ answers

1 Veganism 173

2 Older person-ethical dilemma 177

3 Older person 180

4 Learning disabilities: Prader–Willi syndrome 183

5 Freelance practice 186

6 Public health – weight management 189

7 Public health – learning disabilities 193

8 Public health – calorie labelling on menus 197

9 Genetics and hyperlipidaemia 199

10 Intestinal failure 205

11 Irritable bowel syndrome 207

12 Liver disease 210

13 Renal disease 216

14 Renal – black and ethnic minority 221

15 Motor neurone disease/amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 224

16 Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalopathy 227

17 Refsum’s disease 230

18 Adult phenylketonuria 233

19 Osteoporosis 236

20 Eating disorder associated with obesity 238

21 Forensic mental health 242

22 Food allergy 245

23 HIV/AIDS 248

24 Type 1 diabetes mellitus 251

25 Type 2 diabetes mellitus – Kosher diet 254

26 Type 2 diabetes mellitus – private patient 257

27 Gestational diabetes mellitus 261

28 Polycystic ovary syndrome 266

29 Obesity – specialist management 269

30 Obesity – Prader–Willi syndrome 272

31 Bariatric surgery 276

32 Stroke and dysphagia 283

33 Hypertension 285

34 Coronary heart disease 287

35 Haematological cancer 290

36 Head and neck cancer 296

37 Critical care 302

38 Traumatic brain injury 307

39 Spinal cord injury 312

40 Burns 315

41 Telehealth and cystic fibrosis 317

Appendices

A1 Dietary reference values 323

A2 Weights and measures 328

A3 Dietary data 335

A4 Body mass index 342

A5 Anthropometric and functional data 346

A6 Predicting energy requirements 352

A7 Clinical chemistry 353

Index 361