Key Facts in Clinical Nutrition
Cambridge University Press, Jan 5, 2002 - Medical - 48 pages
Key Facts in Clinical Nutrition provides, in a concise, fact-filled and pocket-sized format, all of the key information required by the general physician and nutrition specialist alike and covers everything from nutrition support and assessment, through nutritional and energy requirements, micronutrients, dietary supplements, enteral and parenteral nutrition and the role of the nutrition support team. A glossary of key terms is also provided, and useful appendices cover reference values for haematological, urine and faecal analysis, weight and height conversion charts, anthropometric measurements and key nutritional values.
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