Nutrition and Diagnosis-Related Care

Nutrition and Diagnosis-Related Care
9th Ed.
2022 © Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
Sylvia Escott-Stump, MA, RDN, FAND
Nutrition & Dietetics, Primary Care

Description

For over 35 years, Nutrition & Diagnosis-Related Care has been an authoritative go-to resource for students, interns, and practitioners. Written by well-known author and registered dietitian nutritionist, Sylvia Escott-Stump, MA, RDN, FAND, and reviewed by practicing and academic experts, this best-selling book provides condition-specific, evidence-based medical nutrition therapy information for nutrition throughout the life cycle, as well as more than 250 diseases and disorders divided into 16 sections.

  • • Each section provides an overview followed by essential evidence-based information on nutrition management of the featured conditions.
  • • Nutrition therapy and practical guidance for each disease or condition is presented in a unique style that follows the Nutrition Care Process and makes guidance easy to access and implement.
  • • Mini case studies throughout demonstrate the application of the Nutrition Care Process and standardized language in a practical example.
  • • Comprehensive appendix material addresses basic nutrition principles, dietary supplements, laboratory data assessment, culturally sensitive and inclusive nutrition care, dietetics practice and quality standards, and much more.

Doody's Reviews

Doody's Core Titles (DCT)
Score: 79/100
3/5 Stars
Specialty Score: 2.9 Health Sciences - Nutrition
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Quotes, Reviews or Testimonials

"While this book is essential for nutrition professionals, it also can be an invaluable tool for all other healthcare professionals in practice. This update continues to meet the needs of registered dietitian nutritionists and enhance their role in overall patient care."

-- Amy Hess Fischl, MS RDN LDN BC-ADM CDCES (University of Chicago Medical Center) Doody's Review

Audience

The author is very clear about the intended audience. First, readers must have adequate background in nutrition sciences, physiology and pathophysiology, medical terminology, biochemistry, basic pharmacotherapy, and interpretation of biochemical data. It is written primarily for registered dietitian nutritionists in practice, interns, and upper-level students, as well as other healthcare professionals involved or interested in medical nutrition therapy. The author mentions the book can be used to write protocols, establish nutrition priorities, and demonstrate cost-effective therapies. The author has been an authority on the topic through all nine editions.

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