The Clinical Guide to Oncology Nutrition

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American Dietetic Associati, 2006 - Cooking - 270 pages
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Representing the most current oncology nutrition research, this new edition is the clinician's guide to understanding the nutritional needs and risks of cancer patients and to anticipating and responding with appropriate nutrition care. This guide explores the fundamentals -- from nutrition screening to therapy protocols to pharmacological management -- with new chapters devoted to ACS survivor guidelines, reimbursement guidelines and outcomes research.
 

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Contents

Pediatric Oncology
10
Changes in Carbohydrate Lipid and Protein Metabolism
17
Diet Cancer Risk and Cancer Prevention
28
Medical Nutrition Therapy in Oncology
37
Nutrition Screening and Assessment in Oncology
44
Energy Macronutrient Micronutrient
54
Nutritional Implications of Chemotherapy
72
Nutritional Implications of Radiation Therapy
88
Pharmacological Management of Nutrition Impact Symptoms Associated With Cancer
165
Complementary and Alternative Medicine
180
Nutrition in Palliative Care
201
Nutrition and the Cancer Survivor
208
Clinical Nutrition Management in the Oncology Setting
219
Reimbursement for Medical Nutrition Therapy
221
Incorporating Research Into Oncology Practice
228
Appendixes
239

Nutritional Implications of Surgical Oncology
94
Medical Nutrition Therapy in Pediatric Oncology
110
Medical Nutrition Therapy in Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation
126
Enteral Nutrition in Adult Oncology
138
Parenteral Nutrition in Medical or Surgical Oncology
156
Appendix A Tips for Managing Nutrition Impact Symptoms
241
Appendix B Resources
246
Index
259
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