Handbook of Pediatric Nutrition
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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19 This individual can usually ingest this food without any reaction and can
exercise without any reaction , as long as the specific food has not been ingested
within the past 8–12 hours . Patients with exercise - induced anaphylaxis usually
Dietary phosphorus intake usually is not adequate to maintain blood levels
above 3.0 mg / dL . Finally , children may develop steroid - induced
hypoglycemia , requiring a no - concentrated - sweets diet . Occasionally , insulin
is indicated .
Total energy needs must be adjusted as the percentage of nutrition provided by
an enteral route is increased ( PN needs are usually lower than enteral needs
because energy is not required for digestion and there are no absorptive losses )
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Chapter 2 Nutritional Assessment
Chapter 3 Nutrition for Premature Infants
Normal Nutrition During Infancy
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