Table of Contents


Chapter 1 Rationale for the Multidisciplinary: Approach to Clinical Enteral Nutrition - Physiology of the Alimentary Tract

Chapter 2 Motility, digestion, absorption

Chapter 3 Barrier Function

Chapter 4 Gene expression and nutrients

Chapter 5 Nutrition Across Animal Species: Nutrient Metabolism

Chapter 6 In Pregnancy and Lactation

Chapter 7 In Children

Chapter 8 In the Elderly

Chapter 9 In response to acute and chronic illness

Chapter 10 Fluid and Electrolytes

Chapter 11 Macronutrients

Chapter 12 Vitamins

Chapter 13 Minerals and Trace Elements

Chapter 14 Non-nutritive Dietary Supplements: Fiber

Chapter 15 Wound Healing: Principles of Enteral Nutrition

Chapter 16 Nutrition Assessment/Nutrition Focused H&P

Chapter 17 Access to the GI Tract

Chapter 18 Enteral Formulations

Chapter 19 Immunonutrition

Chapter 20 Administration of Enteral Nutrition – Initiation, Progression, Transition

Chapter 21 Dietary Supplements in Nutrition Support

Chapter 22 Pre-, Pro-, and Synbiotics

Chapter 23 Monitoring for Efficacy, Complications and Toxicity

Chapter 24 Pharmacotherapeutic Issues

Chapter 25 Reimbursement Issues

Chapter 26 Pediatric Critical Illness

Chapter 27 EN in the Home (Ambulatory and Office management?: Disease Specific

Chapter 28 Burns

Chapter 29 Trauma

Chapter 30 Sepsis

Chapter 31 Head and Spinal Injury

Chapter 32 Cardiac Surgery

Chapter 33 Severe Obesity in Critically Ill Patients

Chapter 34 Neurologic Impairment

Chapter 35 Acute Pulmonary Disease

Chapter 36 Chronic Pulmonary Disease

Chapter 37 Acute Pancreatitis

Chapter 38 Chronic Pancreatitis

Chapter 39 Short Bowel Syndrome

Chapter 40 Acute Hepatic Dysfunction


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