Handbook of Pediatric Nutrition
Aspen Publishers, 1999 - 719 pages
Details normal pediatric nutrition and growth and therapeutic pediatric nutrition, with chapters on areas such as premature infants, vegetarianism, food hypersensitivities, obesity, developmental disability, nutrition in burned patients, and the use of herbs. This second edition contains several new
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Protein quality is determined by its essential amino acid content . Protein
synthesis and nitrogen utilization are more efficient when all essential amino
acids are present in appropriate amounts . Severe restriction of intact protein
leads to ...
PROTEIN NEEDS Thermal injury also brings about momentous changes in
protein metabolism . ... occurs as an intermediary step in the formation of
nonessential amino acids and priority proteins associated with host defense ,
wound healing ...
69,76 General recommendations for protein administration for infants and
children are given in Table 25–2 . Protein usually comprises about 10–15 % of
total energy intake . Individual protein needs can be determined from nitrogen
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Chapter 2 Nutritional Assessment
Chapter 3 Nutrition for Premature Infants
Normal Nutrition During Infancy
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