Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)

Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)

Edition

1st

File Size

11.5 MB

Format

Publisher PDF

ISBN-10

9781119809098

ISBN-13

9781119809104, 9781119809111, 9781119809128

Language

‎English

Publisher

Wiley – Blackwell

$23.00

5/5
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Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)

1.1.Description

 

This comprehensive guide, titled “Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient,” offers clinicians a thorough and evidence-based overview of nutritional and dietary therapies for patients undergoing surgical procedures. From pre-operative care to long-term recovery and survivorship, “Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)”

guides at every stage of surgery. It explores the impact of surgical procedures and their complications on nutritional status, as well as the strategies employed to manage patients’ nutritional needs in these settings. By addressing both typical and uncommon cases through insightful case studies, this text enhances clinicians’ understanding of the role of nutrition in various circumstances.

Furthermore, the book covers a range of surgical procedures, providing fundamental knowledge of the mechanisms underlying nutritional intervention.

 

Within the pages of “Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)” ” readers will find discussions on short- and long-term nutritional management, as well as considerations of potential long-term complications such as small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, bile acid diarrhea, micronutrient deficiencies, and osteoporosis.

To facilitate knowledge consolidation and promote understanding in a clinical context, the book includes thought-provoking questions. This indispensable resource is essential for surgeons, surgical dietitians, trainees, and all healthcare professionals involved in the care of surgical patients.

 

Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)

Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)

 

1.2.Key Features

The book “Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)” is a comprehensive guide that navigates clinicians through the spectrum of surgical care, encompassing pre-operative preparation, immediate post-operative care, and long-term recovery strategies. It delves into the impact of surgical procedures on nutritional status and outlines evidence-based dietary therapies for surgical patients.

Featuring case studies, it illustrates typical and uncommon scenarios, aiding clinicians in understanding the pivotal role of nutrition in various contexts. “Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)” covers a range of surgical procedures, emphasizing the connection between nutritional intervention and patient outcomes.

Additionally, it discusses both short- and long-term nutritional considerations and addresses potential complications post-surgery, making it an essential resource for surgeons, trainees, surgical dietitians, and healthcare professionals involved in surgical patient care.

 

Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)

Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)

 

1.3. About Writer

Mary E. Phillips, a distinguished figure in psychiatry and neuroscience, has made significant contributions to understanding the neurobiology of mood disorders. Dr. Phillips holds the position of Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and is the founder and director of the Program in Mood and Anxiety Disorders and the Clinical Neuroscience Research Center.

Her research focuses on elucidating the neural underpinnings of mood disorders using advanced neuroimaging techniques, aiming to bridge the gap between clinical psychiatry and neuroscience. Dr. Phillips has been extensively published in prestigious scientific journals, contributing pivotal insights into the neurocircuitry of emotion regulation and the neurobiology of mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder.

Her work has not only advanced scientific knowledge but also holds promise for developing novel treatments and interventions for these debilitating conditions.

 

Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)

Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)

 

Summary

“Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)” offers a comprehensive evidence-based guide to clinicians overseeing the dietary and nutritional needs of surgical patients. Covering all stages of surgery, from pre-operative care to long-term recovery, this book delves into the impact of surgical procedures and their complications on nutritional status.

It details various nutritional strategies employed in surgical settings, integrating case studies to illustrate typical and uncommon scenarios, aiding clinicians in understanding the pivotal role of nutrition in both contexts.

Addressing potential complications and emphasizing short- and long-term nutritional management, “Nutritional Management of the Surgical Patient (Original PDF from Publisher)” is essential for surgeons, surgical dietitians, trainees, and healthcare professionals involved in the care of surgical patients. It provides a crucial survey of this critical facet of surgical practice.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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