Nutritional Support in Critical Care, Issue 976
Carol E. Lang
Aspen Publishers, 1987 - Business & Economics - 456 pages
This clinical sourcebook is your guide to nutritional assessment, enteral and parenteral support, and critical care management for neonates, pediatric, and adult patients. Chapter after chapter you'll profit from the experience of noted authorities in dietetics and applied nutrition on a wide variety of nutritional regimens... research and case studies...methods of therapy...drugs...medical procedures...products...and more! Packed with practical, real-world nutritional support information, proven techniques, action plans, and expert advice, this in-depth reference will help you meet and master the clinical challenges you face every day.
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Chapter 1High Risk Neonates and Infants
Chapter 2The Pediatric Patient
Chapter 3The Adult Patient
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