Nutrition Support in Home Health
Mindy Hermann-Zaidins, Riva Touger-Decker
Aspen Publishers, 1989 - Health & Fitness - 273 pages
A practical guide for dietitians in nursing homes, hospices, day centers, home care, and hospitals. This resource includes everything from clinical management of home oral, enteral and parenteral nutrition, and financial issues, to administrative management, quality assurance, and the multidisciplinary approach to nutritional care. Packed with formulas, charts, sample forms and formats, position papers, and policy statements.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Chapter 1 Introduction to Home Nutrition Support
Chapter 3 Supply and Management Structures
Chapter 4 Oral Nutrition Management
17 other sections not shown
adequate administration American Dietetic Association American Journal amino acids appropriate assessment benefit calories carnitine catheter Clinical Nutrition complications cost Cost-Effectiveness criteria deficiency delivery developed diarrhea diet dietetic practitioner discharge planning disease enteral and parenteral enteral feeding Enteral Nutrition equipment essential fatty acid Ethics evaluation Exhibit feeding tube fluid formula gastrointestinal gastrostomy health care team home care agency home care company home enteral home health home nutrition support home parenteral nutrition home patient hospital hospital-based infusion intake Journal of Parenteral JPEN long-term meals Medicare metabolic monitoring nasogastric tubes needs nurse nutrient nutrition status nutrition support patient nutrition support services nutrition support team oral outcome outpatient Parenteral and Enteral patients receiving Pediatric physician procedures professional protein pump recommended dietary allowances registered dietitian reimbursement requirements role standards supplier supplies team members Total Parenteral Nutrition tube feeding vendor Vitamin weight