Clinical Nutrition in Gastrointestinal Disease

Alan Buchman, MD, MSPH

  • $184.95
  • ISBN 10 1-55642-697-6
  • ISBN 13 978-1-55642-697-1
  • 704 pp Hard Cover
  • Pub. Date: 2006
  • Order# 76976

Nutrition has been identified as one of the most neglected, but important aspects of gastroenterology. Clinical Nutrition in Gastrointestinal Disease covers all of the vital aspects of nutrition and serves as the definitive resource on this topic.

Dr. Alan Buchman has teamed up with more than 70 world renowned leaders in the field to provide today’s professional specializing in gastrointestinal disease with a practical guide that examines and explains the necessary elements and principles of nutrition. With more than 100 images and 180 tables, Clinical Nutrition in Gastrointestinal Disease contains essential information to optimally and successfully manage pediatric and adult patients.

Some Topics Covered Include:

  • Nutritional assessment
  • Nutrition in critical care
  • Nutritional support
  • Management of intestinal failure
  • Obesity
  • Pediatrics
  • Probiotics
  • Nutrient absorption
  • Metabolism
  • Home care

Some Gastrointestinal Diseases Covered Include:

  • Inflammatory bowel disease
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Colon cancer
  • Pancreatititis
  • Heptatic failure
  • Celiac sprue

Clinical Nutrition in Gastrointestinal Disease delivers the latest information in a comprehensive and well-organized format that is perfect for gastroenterologists, general surgeons, and general internists looking to increase their knowledge of clinical nutrition. The extensive use of images, graphs, and tables compliments the text and makes this one of the most authoritative and thorough books on gastrointestinal disease currently on the market.

  • Dedication

  • Acknowledgments

  • About The Editor

  • About the Contributors

  • Preface

  • Section I: Nutritional Assessment

  • Chapter 1: The Practical Nutritional Assessment

  • Kursheed N. Jeejeebhoy, MBBS, PhD, FRCPC

  • Chapter 2: Body Composition Analysis

  • William Cameron Chumlea, PhD; Khursheed N. Jeejeebhoy, MBBS, PhD, FRC

  • Chapter 3: Micronutrient Deficiencies

  • Clifford Lo, MD, MPH, ScD

  • Chapter 4: Clinical Consequences Of Undernutrition

  • Alice Buchanan, MS, RD; Gordon L. Jensen, MD, PhD

  • Chapter 5: The Malabsorption Syndrome

  • Robert Craig, MD

  • Section II: General Nutrition

  • Chapter 6: The Dietary Reference Intakes: What Are They And What Do They Mean?

  • Johanna T. Dwyer, DSc, RD

  • Chapter 7: Dietary Treatment Of Gastrointestinal Diseases

  • Carol Porter, PhD, RD, FADA

  • Chapter 8: Macronutrient Digestion, Absorption, And Metabolism

  • Brian M. Chung, PhD; Kelly A. Tappenden, PhD, RD

  • Chapter 9: Food Allergies

  • Stephan C. Bischoff, MD; Sheila E. Crowe, MD

  • Chapter 10: Dietary Supplements: Herbs And Vitamins

  • Timothy O. Lipman, MD

  • Chapter 11: Prebiotics, Probiotics, And Dietary Fiber

  • Martin H. Floch, MS, MD, MACG

  • Chapter 12: Food And Water Safety: Potential For Bioterrorist Attack

  • Cynthia Sears, MD

  • Chapter 13: Metabolic Bone Disease In Gastrointestinal Illness

  • Asim S. Kohkhar, MD; Douglas L. Seidner, MD, FACG

  • Chapter 14: Nutrition In The Elderly

  • Lisa M. Neff, MD; Joel B. Mason, MD

  • Chapter 15: Nutrition And Alcoholism

  • Charles S. Lieber, MD, MACP, FACG

  • Chapter 16: Nutrition And Diabetes Mellitus

  • Daniel L. Hurley, MD; M. Molly McMahon, MD; Michelle Papaconstandinou

  • Section III: Nutrition in Gastrointestinal Disease

  • Chapter 17: Nutrition And Colorectal Cancer

  • Young-In Kim, MD, FRCP(C)

  • Chapter 18: Nutritional Support In Inflammatory Bowel Disease

  • Alan L. Buchman, MD, MSPH; James S. Scolapio, MD

  • Chapter 19: Celiac Disease

  • Darlene G. Kelly, MD, PhD; Vandana Nehra, MD

  • Chapter 20: Nutrition And Liver Disease

  • Marwan Ghabril, MD; Jaime Aranda-Michel, MD

  • Chapter 21: Nutrition In Chronic Pancreatitis

  • William B. Evans, MD; Stephen A. McClave, MD

  • Chapter 22: Nutritional Support In Acute Pancreatitis

  • Stephen J.D. O'Keefe, MD, MSc, FRCP

  • Chapter 23: Nutrition And Gastrointestinal Motility In Health And Disease

  • Gregg W. Van Citters, PhD; Henry C. Lin, MD

  • Chapter 24: Inborn Errors Of Metabolism For The Gastroenterologist

  • Charles P. Venditti, MD, PhD; Gerard T. Berry, MD

  • Chapter 25: Nutrition And Cystic Fibrosis

  • Elisabeth Luder, PhD

  • Chapter 26: Nutrition And Gastrointestinal Oncology

  • James S. Scolapio, MD; Alan L. Buchman, MD, MSPH

  • Section IV: Nutrition in the Critical Care Environment

  • Chapter 27: The Metabolic Response To Critical Illness

  • Stephen F. Lowry, MD; J. Martin Perez, MD

  • Chapter 28: Clinical Implications Of Oxidative Stress And Antioxidant Therapy In Gastrointestinal Disease

  • Gavin Arteel, PhD; Gerald W. Dryden Jr, MD, MSPH; Craig J. McClain, MD

  • Chapter 29: Perioperative Nutritional Support

  • Andrew Ukleja, MD

  • Section V: Management of Intestinal Failure

  • Chapter 30: Dietary Management In Short Bowel Syndrome

  • Alan L. Buchman, MD, MSPH; James S. Scolapio, MD

  • Chapter 31: Nontransplant Surgery For Short Bowel Syndrome

  • Kishore Iyer, MBBS, FRCS (Eng), FACS

  • Chapter 32: Intestinal Transplantation

  • Jonathan Fryer, MD

  • Chapter 33: The Use Of Growth Factors In Short Bowel Syndrome

  • Palle Bekker Jeppsen, MD, PhD

  • Section VI: Nutritional Support

  • Chapter 34: Indications And Contraindications To Enteral And Parenteral Nutrition

  • Ronald L. Koretz, MD

  • Chapter 35: Vascular Access For The Patient Receiving Parenteral Nutrition

  • Sandeep Gupta, MD; Ezra Steiger, MD; Mark Sands, MD

  • Chapter 36: Parenteral Nutrition Formulas

  • David F. Driscoll, PhD

  • Chapter 37: Pediatric Parenteral Nutrition

  • Adib Moukarzel, MD, FAAP, FACN, CNSP

  • Chapter 38: Complications Of Long-Term Parenteral Nutrition

  • Alan L. Buchman, MD, MSPH

  • Chapter 39: Complications Of Enteral Nutrition

  • Eduard Cabré, MD; Miguel A. Gassull, MD, PhD

  • Chapter 40: Home Parenteral Nutrition In Infants, Children, And Adults

  • David Ziring, MD; Marvin Ament, MD

  • Chapter 41: Administration Routes For Enteral Nutrition

  • Mark H. DeLegge, MD, FACG

  • Chapter 42: Adult Enteral Nutrition: Formulas And Supplements

  • Michele M. Gottschlich, PhD, RD

  • Chapter 43: Pediatric Enteral Formulas

  • Timothy Sentonogo, MD

  • Chapter 44: Home Enteral Nutrition

  • Lyn Howard, MD, FRCP; Christopher C. Ashley, MD, MPH

  • Chapter 45: Refeeding Syndrome

  • Le-Chu Su, MD, PhD; Laura E. Matarese, MS, RD, LDN, FADA, CNSD

  • Chapter 46: Medical, Legal, And Ethical Aspects Of Nutritional Support

  • Albert Barrocas, MD, FACS; Barbara B. Bivona, RN, BSN; Denise Baird Schwartz, MS, RD, FADA, CNSD

  • Chapter 47: Medical Management Of Obesity

  • Robert F. Kushner, MD

  • Chapter 48: Control Of Food Intake

  • Allen S. Levine, PhD; Pawel K. Olszewski, PhD; Charles J. Billington, MD; Catherine M. Kotz, PhD

  • Chapter 49: Surgical Management Of Obesity

  • Alexander P. Nagle, MD; Jay B. Prystowsky, MD; Brintha Enestvedt, MD; John E. Pandolfino, MD

  • Chapter 50: Gastrointestinal Complications Of Bariatric Surgery

  • Brintha Enestvedt, MD; John E. Pandolfino, MD; Alexander P. Nagle, MD; Jay B. Prystowsky, MD

  • Chapter 51: Hyperlipidemia: Genetic And Nutritional Considerations For The Gastroenterologist

  • Neil J. Stone, MD

  • Chapter 52: Management Of Childhood Obesity

  • Robert Suskind, MD

  • Chapter 53: Nutritional Support Of Obese And Bariatric Patients

  • Scott A. Shikora, MD, FACS; Pyliss Thomason, MS, RD, LDN

"Gives a complete, up-to-date view of the problem with the help of several figures, diagrams, tables, photos and many seminal references…A useful addition to gastroenterology libraries for occasional consultation by gastroenterologists, endocrinologist, surgeons, dietitians and primary care physicians."

— G. Bianchi Porro, Digestive and Liver Disease

"Dr. Buchman deserves congratulation for his vision in putting together this book, which provides a thorough reference in how gastrointestinal disease affects nutritional status, how nutritional status affects disease processes, and how the most appropriate nutritional interventions can lead to improved outcomes. There are 53 well-chosen chapters, written by contributors who are almost all North American physicians, with a number of nutritional scientists and dieticians as co-authors. . .The various chapters seem to be appropriately balanced to meet the requirements of physicians who want to learn about, or update their knowledge of nutrition. The relevance to clinical practice is clear throughout, yet there is enough basic background to serve as a resource for teaching and intellectual inquiry. . . The book is easy to read, with frequent use of tables and black and white figures. . . It is, however, an important new resource for all gastroenterologists in training and in practice. It should find a place in the offices of all involved in luminal gastroenterology, and enable the understanding and the advancement of clinical nutrition, with benefits to our patients."

— Julian R F Walters, Gut

"Topics are logically organized so that the reader can find a specific area of interest with reasonable ease. The section on adult and pediatrc nutrition support provides practical tips on implementation and recognition of complications. Many gastrointestinal radiographs, photgraphs, comprehensive tables, and well-structured figures are included. Clinical algorithms are offered at appropriate junctures. In an age when printed information gives way to Web-based information, a text that is this easy to use and that quickly delivers an accurate answer is refreshing to find."

— Jeffrey I. Mechanick, MD, Annals of Internal Medicine

"This comprehensive text, the effort of seventy experts in nutrition, is very appropriate for the trainee, as well as for all health care professionals seeking an update in clinical nutrition. . . Each chapter contains well organized tables that summarize key points, making this text a valuable resource for the busy clinician. Excellent chapters on the management of obesity, childhood obesity, and nutritional needs following bariatric surgery provide up-to-date information useful to all gastroenterologists given the emerging epidemic of obesity. I found the chapters on probiotics, and herbal nutritional supplements to be balanced and informative. I highly recommend this textbook for both trainees, and physicians in practice."

— John D. McCracken, MD, Practical Gastroenterology

"What is needed is a book on nutrition and gastrointestinal disease that covers causes and treatments in traditional and new areas of interest and that also forges links between gastrointestinal disease and systemic disease. Clinical Nutrition in Gastrointestinal Disease meets this need. . . The chapters are clearly written, and the contributors have used evidence-based medicine to reach conclusions about the treatments discussed. . . This book covers well the broad range of topics concerning the body's largest endocrine and lymphatic organ, which contains more bacterial cells that the body has eukaryotic cells. The book is likely to be consulted frequently."

— David J.A. Jenkins, MD, PhD, DSc, The New England Journal of Medicine

"Covering all of the vital aspects of nutrition and serving as the definitive resource on this topic, this book delivers on the editor’s vision of improving knowledge on nutritional concepts in the training of gastroenterologists."

— Savannah Jones, SirReadaLot.org

Alan L. Buchman, MD, MSPH is a graduate of Northwestern University and The Chicago Medical School. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Cedars Sinai Medical Center. He began his training in nutrition and gastroenterology under his mentor Dr. Marvin Ament at UCLA, where he completed his master’s degree in nutrition and a fellowship in clinical nutrition. Following his gastroenterology fellowship at Emory University, Dr. Buchman served on the faculties of the Baylor College of Medicine and the University of Texas Houston Medical School prior to moving to Northwestern, where he is the Medical Director of the Northwestern Inflammatory Bowel Disease and the Northwestern Intestinal Rehabilitation Centers. He is recognized as an international authority on intestinal failure, inflammatory bowel disease, and nutrition in gastrointestinal disease.

Dr. Buchman’s nearly 200 contributions to the medical literature have served to advance the field in these arenas. He has served on many peer-reviewed journal editorial boards, and has had leadership positions on numerous national committees, including the American Gastroenterological Association, the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, the American Federation for Clinical Research, and the United States Food and Drug Administration.”

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