Contemporary nutrition support practice: a clinical guide
Here's the first clinical reference on nutrition support written exclusively by registered dietitians. It features comprehensive coverage of all aspects of nutrition support, from assessment and scientific principles, to nutrition support in system disorders, to professional issues. Detailed practice guidelines are supported by basic science and research data.
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Anthropometry and Body Lucinda K Lysen RD RN BSN Patricia Queen Samour MMSc
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Energy Dynamics 79 21 Early and Perioperative Nutrition
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