2019 © F. A. Davis Company
Erin E. Mazur MSN, RN, FNP-BC; Nancy A. Litch MS, RD
ISBN-10: 0-8036-6814-7 / ISBN-13: 978-0-8036-6814-0
eISBN-10: 0-8036-9469-5 / eISBN-13: 978-0-8036-9469-9
Nutrition & Dietetics, Allied Health, Basic Sciences, Evidence Based Medicine, Nursing, Physician Assistant
An AJN Book of the Year Award Winner!
Meet the ever-changing demands of providing quality nutritional care for patients across the lifespan. This popular text provides a strong foundation in the science of nutrition and a clear understanding of how to apply that knowledge in practice, recognizing the need for nurses to work with other healthcare professionals to ensure optimal nutrition in patient care.
- • Emphasis on clinical applications.
- • Nutrient recommendations and food label data, including updated DRIs.
- • Cautions for unregulated supplements and descriptions of interactions of food, drug, and over-the-counter nutrients.
- • Life cycle approach that includes screening tools and nutritional interventions for infants, children, adolescents, and mature adults, as well as pregnant and lactating women.
- • Updated recommendations and food plans for weight control, clients with diabetes, HIV/AIDS, dysphasia, preventing heart disease, and other health concerns.
- • Useful assessment tools and tables throughout, including Food Handling Guidelines, Labeling Regulations, Research Summaries, and Wellness Tips
- • Coverage of nutria-genomics and genomics.
- • “Teamwork” exercises focusing on nutritional documentation from different care providers, including dietitians, physical therapists, and speech therapists.
- • “Dollars and Sense” feature highlighting which food costs or economic factors influence nutritional care.
New to this Edition:
- • Thoroughly updated, reviewed, and revised throughout to reflect the latest developments in research and practice.
- • The latest nutritional guidelines and information, including Dietary Guidelines for Americans 2015-2020 and the emphasis on “eating patterns” regardless of cultural background, the Institute of Medicine’s new recommendations for school meals, and references to government websites that reflect current recommendations and government programs that encourage healthy eating, as well as new food allergy guidelines.
- • “Nourishing the Multitudes” highlighting global and national hunger and malnutrition issues.
- • More alternate-format NCLEX-RN®-style questions
Quotes, Reviews or Testimonials
"While there are many basic nutrition textbook options for nursing students, this one may be attractive to some professors since it includes a test bank of over 450 questions. The update does offer the reader solid, basic information regarding nutrition in the context of health."
-- Amy Hess Fischl, MS RDN LDN BC-ADM CDE (University of Chicago Medical Center) Doody's Review
Intended for nursing students, dietetic assistants, diet technicians and "others." This is an appropriate audience since it does cover very basic topics, giving just enough information. One author is a nurse, the other is a registered dietitian nutritionist, and both are qualified to discuss the topics at hand.
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